Sites by, or about, authors of literature whose last names begin with C.
Only sites that are of interest to people looking for information about specific authors of literature will be accepted for inclusion into this category.
Contains sites related to the life and works of American writer George Washington Cable.
Abraham Cahan (1860-1951) was born to an Orthodox Jewish family near Vilna. An ardent socialist, he emigrated to the United States in 1882, settling on New York City's Lower East Side. He was the influential editor of the Yiddish-language newspaper the Jewish Daily Forward. He also was a novelist and short story writer, writing his fiction in the English language.
Sites about Tim Cahill. Best known for his humorous accounts of his adventurous travels, he has also authored screenplays, is an editor at large for Outside Magazine and a contributing editor to Rolling Stone, Sports Afield and Outdoor Life. He also writes for National Geographic Adventure magazine.
Sir Hall Caine (1853-1931) was born in England, and moved to the Isle of Man in 1894. He was a novelist, editor, playwright, and biographer with a long and successful career. He was also a literary critic.
French writer, photographer, installation artist, and conceptual artist
Information related to Charles Stuart Calverley (1831-1884), an English poet and translator.
Ada Cambridge Cross (1844-1926) was a novelist, hymn writer, and poet. Born in Norfolk, England, she married the Anglican clergyman George Cross. He served in several posts in Australia, and she is buried in Melbourne.
Sites related to Charles Wadsworth Camp, 1879-1936, the father of author Madeleine L'Engle. Camp served in World War I, and afterwards suffered from respiratory problems due to exposure to mustard gas. He wrote mystery and horror fiction, and was a drama critic and journalist.
Category for pages on American poet John Canaday.
Sites related to Richard Carew of Anthony, 1555-1620, a poet, translator, essayist, and antiquary.
Australian author born in Bacchus Marsh in Victoria in 1943. Winner of the Booker prize with Oscar and Lucinda in 1988 and True History of the Kelly Gang in 2001.
All sites pertaining to Thomas Carlyle.
Category for pages about American poet William Carpenter.
Category for works by and on C. (Craig) E. Chaffin, *1954.
Category for pages on French writer Marie Chaix (* 1942).
Geoffrey Chaucer is generally considered the greatest English writer of the Middle Ages.
Please submit to this category secondary materials such as articles, biographies, bibliographies, and web sites devoted to Chaucer. Please submit works by Chaucer to the Works subcategory and its subcategories.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936) was a prolific English writer, journalist, and poet especially well known for his keen wit and clever turn of phrase. An outspoken Christian apologist, he converted to Roman Catholicism in 1922 and wrote a popular series of detective novels featuring a fictional priest, Father Brown, who thought his way through solving many a murder mystery while serving as voice for Chesterton's own observations of life and the human condition.
For sites dealing specifically with G. K. Chesterton and his life. A sub-category contains works by Chesterton.
Tracy Chevalier - historical novelist, born October 1962 Washington, DC. After getting a BA in English from Oberlin College (Ohio), she moved to London, England in 1984, where she has remained ever since. Novels include 'The Virgin Blue', 'Girl With a Pearl Earring' and 'Fallen Angels'.
Lee Child - author of crime fiction. Born in Born in Coventry, England, in 1954, he spent 18 years working for Granada television, writing links, trailers, commercials and news stories. He then decided to write a crime novel 'Killing Floor' featuring the character Jack Reacher. He moved to America in 1998, and several more 'Rebus' novels followed.
Category for pages on American poet John Ciardi (*1916).
Tom Clancy was an insurance broker with a passion for naval history who dreamed of writing a novel. In 1984, his first effort, The Hunt for Red October -- about a Russian submarine captain who defects, along with his sub, to the United States -- catapulted onto the New York Times best-seller list after U.S. President Reagan pronounced it "non-put-downable." Clancy, who originated the literary genre known as the techo-thriller, has since established himself as a master at building realistic fictional scenarios by "turning up the volume" on current events. Thomas L. Clancy, Jr. was born the 12th of April 1947 in Baltimore, Maryland and was educated at Baltimore's Loyola College. He currently lives Maryland, USA.
Category for sites dealing with the work of Welsh poet, playwright, editor and translator Gillian Clarke.
This category contains sites pertaining to the South African author J.M. Coetzee.
Eoin Colfer (b. ) is an author and schoolteacher, and lives in Wexford, Ireland.
Please submit sites relating to Eoin Colfer and his works. If there is a specific subcategory for the book your site is about, please submit it there.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (1930-) is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, and poet, and a member of the Crow Creek Sioux tribe.
Susan Cooper is a British Science Fiction and Fantasy writer. She is very popular, especially with her books for young adults.
Only sites relating directly to Susan Cooper or her books should be submitted to this category.
This category contains Web sites dedicated to Patricia Cornwell.
Category for American poet and performance artist Jayne Cortez (born 1936).
Category for British author Diney Costeloe.
William Cowper, 1731-1800, was distinguished for his original poetry and hymns, and translations of classical and modern authors. He was a forerunner of the English Romantic movement, and strongly influenced Wordsworth. His hymns "O For a Closer Walk With God," "There is a Fountain Filled With Blood" and "God Moves in a Mysterious Way" will be found in nearly all English-language hymnals. Although although kept from society or public activity by severe depression, throughout his life he maintained a circle of close friends (including the slave-trader turned curate, John Newton) by whom he was greatly loved and respected.
The scope and purpose of this category is to provide links to sites dedicated to the 17th century British poet Richard Crashaw. The content of the site you are submitting should include at least one of the following: Crashaw's poetry, biographical information on Crashaw, or scholarly articles on Crashaw.
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Contains sites concerned with the works of contemporary American writer Jerry Craven.
Author of many books such as Jurassic Park (1990) and Sphere (1987). He also wrote the screenplay for Twister (1996) and directed ER (1994).
Category for pages on Australian writer Alison Croggon.
Category for pages on Australian poet MTC (Margie) Cronin, born 1963.
Category for pages on Puerto Rico-born American poet Victor Hernandez Cruz.
E. E. Cummings (1894 - 1962) Edward Estlin Cummings was an American poet who experimented radically with form, punctuation, spelling and syntax and produced over 900 poems, as well as two works of fiction.
Submissions to this category should be concerned with the literary work of Cummings only. Specific texts should be submitted to the ''Online Text Archives'' category and Critical essays on his work should be submitted to ''Essays and Criticism''.
Michael Cunningham - author, born 6 November 1952, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction (Novel) for "The Hours."
Clive Cussler is acclaimed as the Grandmaster of Adventure, with over 70,000,000 copies of his best-selling Dirk Pitt novels in print. He got his start in advertising, first as a copy writer, and then as creative director for two of the nation's largest agencies. His initial foray into fiction was in 1973, when he wrote his first Dirk Pitt novel.