This category is for listings of websites on or related to author Edward Abbey.
Contains sites concerning the author, Chinua Achebe, and his works.
British author of criticism, historical fiction, biographies and other works. Born 1949.
Contains sites related to the author Douglas Adams and his works.
Contains sites related to the author and historian Henry Adams and his works. Adams (1838-1918) is best known for his autobiography "The Education of Henry Adams."
Category for works by and on American poet Léonie Adams (1899-1988).
Contains sites related to the author Robert Adams and his works.
Contains sites related to the English author Joseph Addison and his works.
James Agee, American writer and poet, 1909-1955. Born in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Agee is probably best known for his journalistic 1941 book Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, in which he and photographer Walker Evans documented the hardships of sharecroppers during the Great Depression. Agee's father died in an automobile accident when Agee was a child. His fictionalized account of that event, A Death in the Family (1957), was published posthumously and won the Pulitzer Prize. Agee wrote in several other genres including short fiction, poetry, screenplays, and film criticism.
Contains sites related to the Nobel Prize winning author Shmuel Yosef Agnon and his works.
Category for works by and on Uruguayan modernist poet Delmira Agustini (1886-1914).
This category is for sites devoted to the Dublin born
author "Cecelia Ahern".
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Cecelia Ahern, the daughter of Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, was born on September 30, 1981 in Dublin, Ireland. She is an author and has experienced success with her first three published novels and various short stories. She has a degree in journalism and media communications.
Her first novel PS, I Love You was a number one bestseller in Ireland, the United Kingdom, USA, Germany and Holland. She has also contributed to a charity book of short stories, Irish Girls are Back in Town. Her second book, Where Rainbows End (U.S. Rosie Dunne) won the German CORINE Award.
This category is for web sites or pages about the 20th-century American poet and critic.
Contains sites related to Science Fiction author Brian Dana Akers and his works.
Contains sites related to the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova and her works.
Contains sites concerning the life and works of author Ryunosuke Akutagawa.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of poet Rafael Alberti.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of poet Sandra Alcosser.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of American 19th century author Louisa May Alcott.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Brian W. Aldiss.
Contain sites related to the life and works of writer Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
This category is for works by and about Nicaraguan / American author Claribel Alegría (*1924).
Contains sites relating to the life and work of Spanish poet Vicente Aleixandre.
Please feel free to submit sites concerning Sherman Alexie and/or his works. Please note that "profit sites" - sites that exist solely to sell merchandise relating to the author - will not be listed. Your site must contain information about Sherman Alexie in order to be considered.
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All about Native American author Sherman Alexie.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of poet Pierre Alferi.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of 19th century American writer Horatio Alger.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Nelson Algren.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Isabel Allende.
Only sites relating directly to David Almond or his books should be submitted to this category.
David Almond is a British children's author, whose books focus mainly on young people.
Category for English-language pages on Austrian writer Peter Altenberg (1859-1919).
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Kingsley Amis.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Martin Amis.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of poet A. R. Ammons.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875). He is mostly known for his fairy tales, which are among the most frequently translated works in all literary history, but has also written many plays, novels, poems, travel books, and several autobiographies.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of poet Catherine Anderson.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of writer Kevin J. Anderson.
Category for pages about Scottish children's book author Scoular Anderson.
Contains sites relating to the life and work of American author Sherwood Anderson.
Contains sites relating to the life and works of German writer Stefan Andres.
Contains sites relating to the life and works of V. C. Andrews.
Contains sites relating to the life and works of poet Ralph Angel.
Jeannette Angell is the author of several historical novels, including The Illusionist, Wings, Flight, and Légende. She lives and writes in Boston, Massachusetts, with her family: Paul, Jacob and Anastasia; and her cats: Spike and Kirsipuu. Her interests include research, traveling, reading, and walking in Mount Auburn Cemetery with her husband.
Contains sites relating to the life and works of American poet and author Maya Angelou.
This category is dedicated to links having to do with Piers Anthony, the author. They can include books, pictures, inside information, or anything else that has to do with Piers Anthony and his works.
Fred Archer was born on a farm in 1915 in the Vale of Evesham in Worcester, England. He was a farmer for half a century before being asked by his local guild to give a talk as a replacement speaker. Embarrassed, but undeterred, Fred wrote a humorous story and read it out - word for word. He received laughter and applause from his friends and neighbors and that was motivation to continue writing.
In 1967 Fred's first book, The Distant Scene, was published. Over the next three decades, Fred wrote almost a book a year, eventually settling with local publishers Sutton. Within his pages are fun and folly, the blue skies of hope and storm clouds of war, cider and village sweethearts, and characters so real that even an Archer pseudonym didn't always disguise their origin.
Please only submit sites relating to Jeffrey Archer.
Lord Jeffrey Howard Archer was born in 1940, and in 1969 become the youngest member of the House of Commons. In 1985 he became chairman of the Conservative party and was made a Lord in 1992. He recently ran for Mayor of London, but was forced to withdraw over allegations of lying in court. He is now serving a four-year prison sentence for purgery and perverting the course of justice.
He has written several novels and is currently writing his memoirs.
Contains sites related to the life and works of American writer Harriet Arnow.
Please include links only about the author, his works, and his fans. Sites about the Thieves'' World series, or individual books in the series, should be suggested to the appropriate category.
Robert Lynn Asprin is a science fiction and fantasy author, filksinger, and cost accountant. As the latter makes him shunned across all civilized worlds and dimensions, he's hard to find. His series include the Myth Adventures
series, Phule's Company
and the shared world series Thieves' World
W.H. Auden (1907-73), British-American poet, renowned for his skill with a range of poetic forms. Auden is best known as a political poet, but his vast output is by no means limited to political poetry. His most famous poems are "Funeral Blues", "September 1, 1939", "In Memory of W.B. Yeats" and "Musee des Beaux Arts".
Please submit only sites dealing with Jane Austen in this category.
English author of classic novels, Jane Austen lived from 1775 to 1817. She was one of the first writers to elevate the novel into an art form through her use of wit, humor, detail, insight, and social satire. Her books are as widely read today as they have ever been.