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Moheen Reeyad
I am published author of the book named Abhiyatree Tin Gantabya Ek (Original: অভিযাত্রী তিন গন্তব্য এক), which was written collaboratively with two other authors and was published in Ekushey Book Fair 2010. My writings have uniquely identified by Researcher ID E-3219-2015 and ORCID reference number 0000-0001-9275-486X.
Michael Reed
My book, "Songs From Richmond Avenue," is a literary satire set in Houston, Texas. It has been available since November 2016 and just gone into its second edition.
Isham Cook
American novelist and essayist based in China since 1994. Writing philosophy: downmarket, big concept, provocative, discriminating, outrageous. Influences: Ballard, Beckett, Borges, Dick, Kafka, Hesse, Melville, Mishima, Sade.
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Alison Armstrong
A writer of dark fiction, I explore realms of dream and memory, the undying muses and terrors of nocturnal imagination.
Writer/Artist/Fflâneuse (a female observer-wanderer), Evy has always been fascinated with words and seduced by beautiful prose. She loves Jane Austen and invokes her spirit every time she spins tales of love, loss, and finding one’s way–stories she interweaves with mystery or intrigue and sets in various locales. ...
Yorker Keith
Yorker Keith lives in Manhattan, New York City. He loves literature, theatre, classical music, opera, and art. He holds an MFA in creative writing from The New School. His literary works have been recognized four times in the William Faulkner – William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition as a finalist or...
Graeme Neale
ARCHIPELAGO is a metaphorical fugue of dissonance that conflates, and confronts, supra-realities with the ineffable nature of language. Saying less, and eschewing the egotistical notional worries of directly writing about the novel, I would wish to direct you to a fulsome review of its contents: Herewith the...
Muhammad Nasrullah Khan
Do you love literature? Here, then, are strange and wonderful literary short stories from my collection. This book will make you feel weird and wonderful at the same time.
John H. Paddison
John H. Paddison is Emeritus Professor of English at Central Arizona College, where he is still employed on a part-time basis as the Director of International Studies. Prior to his service at Central Arizona College, he had teaching assignments at Northern Arizona University, Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona, and...
Gloria Zachgo
After raising two children and selling her home-based business, Gloria Zachgo discovered her artistic talents. When the walls of her home grew heavy with her eclectic drawings and paintings she found she also had a flair for writing fictional stories. One of those stories developed into her debut novel, "The...
Gloria Smith
Gloria (Glo) Smith has been writing poetry all of her life. She has been published in anthologies, and her local newspaper many times. Here is a collection of some of her best work. It is thought provoking and poignant, and speaks not only of the pain that...
Bradley Wind
Bradley Wind was born and raised in Pennsylvania. A prolific visual artist whose work has exhibited in the 20th century wing of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He worked as a toy designer for K'nex Industries, a manager of IT for Pearl S. Buck International and is...
Jackson Adams
A sinner. I've done some of my sinning in North America and some in Europe. A one-time teacher - where I tried to stop the young from sinning, an investigative journalist - where I discovered the sins of others, specifically government officials. Now I write fiction for video games and...
Richard Cubitt
I reside in England and in August 2013 I graduated from the Open University with a First Class BA (with Honours) degree in English Literature. I'm a fan of all genres of literature. Some of my favourite authors are as follows: ...
David I. Aboulafia
David I. Aboulafia is an attorney with a practice in New York City. He is also the author of “Snapshots from my Uneventful Life,” an irreverant collection of comedic essays.
R.K. Gold
R.K. Gold is an internationally published poet and author. Born in Buffalo, NY he eventually graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelors degree in English. An avid fan of commercial fiction he will often state his two literary heroes are Kurt Vonnegut and Stephen King. ...
Artist|Author: Rivenrod stands for integrity & humanity against the shameless excesses of the 21st Century. Immersed in Realpolitik he is carelessly un-PC yet diplomatically forthright: shabby yet chic: a liver of many lives. He is also an Advocate of the SpeakOut Organisation and supporter of War on Want...
Audrey Murphy
No villains here—a charmingly ordinary novel that follows decent people over several decades. Debut novelist Murphy introduces Ty “Bird” Partridge, a young man growing up in Greenstone, Missouri, in roughly the present time. The Irish-American Partridges have lived in Greenstone for several generations, and it is...
Frank Parker
Frank is an Englishman living in Ireland. He is the Author of 4 novels, 2 of which are historical. Character driven works about the human condition. A former Engineer whose past life included a brief foray into local politics, he moved to Ireland on retirement in the autumn of...
Lynn Steward
Lynn Steward is a successful business woman who spent many years in New York City’s fashion industry in marketing and merchandising, including the development of the first women’s department at a famous men’s clothing store. Through extensive research, and an intimate knowledge of the period, Steward created the characters and...
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