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America's  Authors
Page Four

Ray Bradbury [1920-2012]         F. Scott Fitzgerald [1896-1940]         Ernest Hemingway [1899-1961]         playwright Arthur Miller [1915-2005] in 1967


on Page One-A:  Anthologies & Literary History  •  on Page One-B:  Early American Authors

on Page Two:  Early XXth Century Authors - A thru M

on Page Three:  Early XXth Century Authors - N thru Z

here on Page Four:  Latter XXth Century Authors - A thru L

on Page Five:  Latter XXth Century Authors - M thru Z

on Spirit of America's main page:  XXIst Century Authors

Ethnic-American Authors Page

New Mexico Authors Page

Authors of Britain Pages • Authors of France Page

American Poets Pages including The Beats

American Literature of The XIXth Century
American Literature of The XXth Century


Latter XXth Century
American Authors

A thru L {just below}  ••  M thru Z {on Page 5}

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eco-activist Edward Abbey [1927-89] Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

Edward Abbey Quotations Page at Working Minds Philosophy website

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Isaac Asimov [1920-92]
browse books • browse audio • browse DVDs • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

'Foundation' series at Amazon

Isaac Asimov Mysteries Page at BlackHat Mystery Bookstore
Isaac Asimov Robot Mysteries Page at BlackHat Mystery Bookstore

official Isaac Asimov website
ES's Isaac Asimov fansite
JHJ's Isaac Asimov fansite
Isaac Asimov entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

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Louis Auchincloss [1917-2010]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Auchincloss

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James Baldwin [1924-87]
browse books • browse audio • IMDb listing • Broadway credits • Wikipedia

Random House/Vintage James Baldwin pages
WB's James Baldwin page

James Baldwin reads from "Another Country" [audio 15:32] on YouTube

Library of America James Baldwin   Baldwin: Collected Essays [1998] Edited by Toni Morrison
Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [2/98] for $23.10
includes essays from "Notes of A Native Son" [1955], "Nobody Knows My Name" [1961], "The Fire Next Time" [1963], "No Name In The Street" [1972] & "The Devil Finds Work" [1976], plus 36 more
Baldwin: Early Novels & Stories [1998] Edited by Toni Morrison
Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [2/98] for $23.10
includes novels "Go Tell It On The Mountain" [1953], "Giovanni's Room" [1956] & "Another Country" [1962], and stories from "Going To Meet The Man" [1965]

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Ann Bannon [b. 1932]
revered as the author of the five 'Beebo Brinker Chronicles' novels [1957-62]
browse books • official website • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

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Saul Bellow [1915-2005]
"There's as much perception in [Bellow's] prose per square inch as there is thought in Henry James."
— William Deresiewicz
"[Bellow] has always understood that even if you are on your way from Becoming to Being,
you still have to catch the train at Randolph Street." — Allan Bloom

browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

1976 Nobel Prize in Literature
Saul Bellow Society & Journal [est. 1981]

Saul Bellow reads from "Henderson The Rain King" [video 30:02] on YouTube

Library of America Saul Bellow  Bellow: Novels, 1944–1953 [2003] Edited by James Wood
Library of America 8¼x5¼ hardcover [9/2003] for $23.10
includes "Dangling Man" [1944], "The Victim" [1947] & "The Adventures
of Augie March" [1953]

Bellow: Novels, 1956–1964 [2007] Edited by James Wood
Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [1/2007] for $23.10
includes "Seize The Day" [1956], "Henderson The Rain King" [1959]
& "Herzog" [1964]

"Bellow: Novels, 1970-1982: Mr. Sammler's Planet / Humboldt's Gift / The Dean's December" (Library of America) [2010]
http://www.amazon.com/Bellow-1970-1982-Sammlers-Humboldts-December/dp/1598530798/

"The Adventures of Augie March" [1953]
"Henderson The Rain King" [1959]
"Herzog" [1964]
"Mr. Sammler's Planet" [1970]
"Humboldt's Gift' [1975] {MMastroiani tried to buy movie rights} won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

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playwright & critic Eric Bentley [b. 1916]
browse books • IMDb listing • 2016 bio at American Theatre website • Wikipedia

"A Century of Hero Worship" [1944]

Playwright as Thinker book by Eric Bentley  "The Playwright As Thinker: A Study of Drama In Modern Times - Wagner, Ibsen, Strindberg, Brecht" [1946] by Eric Bentley
Univ Minnesota Press 4th edition 8x5½ pb [9/2010] for $20.00
Univ Minnesota Press 4th edition pb [9/2010] out of print/used
Harcourt Notations 7¾x5 pb [10/67] out of print/used
"Bernard Shaw" [1947]
http://www.amazon.com/Bernard-Bentley-Author-Donald-Introduction/dp/B003MAFVDG/
"In Search of Theater" [1953]
"What Is Theatre?, 1944-1967" [1956]
http://www.amazon.com/What-Theatre-Incorporating-Dramatic-1944-1967/dp/0809096951/
"The Life of The Drama" [1964]
http://www.amazon.com/Life-Drama-Eric-Bentley/dp/1557831106/
"A Time To Live & A Time To Die" stageplay [1967] published by Broadway Play Publishing, Inc.

Thirty Years of Treason book edited by Eric Bentley  "Thirty Years of Treason: Excerpts From Hearings Before The House Committee On Un-American Activities, 1938-1968" [orig 1971]
Selected & edited by Eric Bentley, Introduction by Frank Rich

Thunder's Mouth Press 8¼x5½ pb [1/2002] out of print/used
Viking hardcover [11/71] out of print/used
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been? 1972 stage play by Eric Bentley  "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?: The Investigation of Show Business By The Un-American Activities Committee, 1947-1958" [1972] stageplay by Eric Bentley
Harper & Row pb [1972] out of print/used
L.A. Theatre Works dramatic performance audio CD [1998] for $19.72
Broadway credits (1979) at IBDb
"Rallying Cries: 3 Plays by Eric Bentley" [2009]
contains "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" [1972], "The Recantation of Galileo Galilei" [1972] and "From The Memoirs of Pontius Pilate" [1976]
Northwestern Univ Press 8½x5½ pb [1/2009] for $14.82

"Theater of War: Comments On 32 Occasions" [1972]
http://www.amazon.com/THEATRE-WAR-COMMENTS-32-OCCASIONS/dp/B00507KMRY/
"Brecht Commentaries" [1981]
"Monstrous Martyrdoms" [1985] containing stageplays "H For Hamlet", "German Requiem", and "Lord Alfred's Lover" [1979]
http://www.amazon.com/Monstrous-Martyrdoms-Three-Bentley-2004-01-01/dp/B01FEPGVSA/
http://www.amazon.com/Monstrous-Martyrdoms-Alfreds-Hamlet-Requiem/dp/B001UDL9N8/
"Thinking About The Playwright" [1987]
"Round One" stageplay [12/2008] adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde"
http://www.amazon.com/Round-One-Arthur-Schnitzler/dp/0881454095/
"Round Two" stageplay [8/2008] gay-male adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde"
http://www.amazon.com/Round-Two-Eric-Bentley/dp/0881453641/
"The Sternheim Trilogy" [2012] containing stageplays "The Underpants", "The Snob", and "1913"
http://www.amazon.com/Sternheim-Trilogy-Carl/dp/0881455458/

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children's authors Stan & Jan Berenstain
Stanley 'Stan' Berenstain [1923-2005]: credits at IMDb
Janice 'Jan' Grant Berenstain [1923-2012]: credits at IMDb
official website • team entry at Wikipedia

son/illustrator Mike Berenstain

cartoon feature "It's All In The Family" in McCall's Magazine, 1956-89

The Berenstain Bears     The Berenstain Bears books [est. 1962] from Random House
official website • Wikipedia
browse Berenstain bookstore at Amazon
search for Berenstain Bears on DVD at Amazon

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Spirit of America Bookstore's
poet & novelist Richard Brautigan [1935-84] Page

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Larry Brown [1951-2004]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

Ole Miss bio page
2002 docu film >

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sci-fi author Octavia E. Butler [1947-2006]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

Octavia E. Butler biography by Gerry Canavan  "Octavia E. Butler (Modern Masters of Science Fiction)" [2016]
by Gerry Canavan

Kindle Edition from Univ Illinois Press [11/2016] for $11.99
Univ Illinois Press 9x6 pb [11/2016] for $22.00
Univ Illinois Press hardcover [11/2016] for $95.00 {sic}
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Joseph Campbell [1904-87] Page
at Maison d'Κtre Philosophy Bookstore

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Truman Capote [1924-84]
browse books • browse DVDs • movie credits • Broadway credits • Wikipedia

GB's Truman Capote fansite
Truman Capote: His Life & Work {New York Times Sponsored Archive}

Truman Capote reads from "Breakfast At Tiffany’s" [April 1963 audio 16:59] on YouTube

Capote 2005 poster  "Capote" bio-film [United Artists Sept 2005]
Directed by Bennett Miller; written by Dan Futterman, based on Gerald Clarke's biography; starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, Chris Cooper & Bob Balaban
video not yet available; full credits from IMDb
official moviesite
bio by Gerald Clarke [S&S 1988]
Carroll & Graf 9x6 pb [11/2005] for $12.21

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Don Carpenter [1931-95]
browse books • credits at IMDb • Wikipedia

Chris's Don Carpenter fansite
Don Carpenter Papers at Online Archive of California

True Life Story of Jody McKeegan novel by Don Carpenter  
"The True Life Story of Jody McKeegan: A Novel" [1975]
by Don Carpenter

E.P. Dutton hardcover [1975] out of print/used
A Couple of Comedians novel by Don Carpenter  "A Couple of Comedians: A Novel" [1979] by Don Carpenter
A comedian nearly breaks down from the pressures at the end of filming a movie, but is rescued when he and his partner get a gig in Las Vegas, Nevada.
North Point Press 8¼x5½ pb [6/88] out of print/used
S&S 8½x5½ hardcover [1/79] out of print/used
Turnaround novel by Don Carpenter  "Turnaround: A Novel" [1981] by Don Carpenter
The hard-boiled (but not bitter) tale of a struggling screenwriter living in a seedy motel off the Sunset Strip, against the background of three generations of a Hollywood dynasty.
S&S 8¾x6¼ hardcover [6/81] out of print/used
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Raymond Carver [1938-88] of Oregon
browse books • browse audio • credits at IMDb • Wikipedia

PC's Raymond Carver fansite
PR's 'Carversite' fansite

http://www.amazon.com/Short-Cuts-Collection-Andie-MacDowell/dp/B000305ZXO/
http://www.amazon.com/Raymond-Carver-Collected-Stories-Library/dp/1598530461/
new Carver bio by Carol Sklenicka
Library of America

'Cathedral' stories collection by Raymond Carver  "Cathedral: Stories" [12 stories; 1983] by Raymond Carver [1938-88]
The twelve stories are: the title story, "A Small, Good Thing", "The Bridle", "Careful", "Chef's House", "The Compartment", "Feathers", "Fever", "Preservation", "The Train", "Vitamins", and "Where I'm Calling From"
Kindle Edition from Vintage/Random House [5/2015] for $11.99
Vintage 8x5¼ pb [6/89] for $13.18
Vintage 9x6 pb [8/84] out of print/50+ used
The Harvill Press 9x6½ hardcover [1984] out of print/used

"Birdman" [in production for 2014? release]
Announced 3/2013: Alejando Gonzalez Innaritu’s next film will be a dark comedy starring Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts, Zach Galifianakis & Emma Stone; Keaton plays a washed-up movie star struggling to restart his career by mounting a stageplay based on a Raymond Carver story and confronted with problems that include a daughter just out of rehab, the egotistical male lead, and the conniving producer • latest info at IMDb

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Paddy Chayefsky [1923-81]
browse books • Broadway credits • browse DVDs • movie credits • Wikipedia

Collected Screenplays • Collected Teleplays • Collected Stageplays

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Spirit of America Bookstore's
children's author Beverly Cleary [b. 1916] Page

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Evan S. Connell [b. 1924]
movie & TV credits • Wikipedia

"Mrs. Bridge" [1958 novel]
"The Patriot" [1960 novel]
"Mr. Bridge" (1969 novel]
bestseller "Son of The Morning Star: Custer and The Little Bighorn" [1985] ISBN 0883940884)
"Mr. and Mrs. Bridge" movie [Merchant-Ivory 1990] starring Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward
"Son of The Morning Star" NBC-TV mini-series [1991]

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Pat Conroy

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investigative journalist Fred J. Cook [1911-2003]
browse books • Wikipedia

"The Warfare State" [Macmillan 1962]
”The F.B.I. Nobody Knows” [Macmillan 1964]
”The Secret Rulers: Criminal Syndicates and How They Control The U.S. Underworld” [Duell, Sloan & Pearce 1966]
”The Plot Against The Patient” [Prentice-Hall 1967]
”The Great Energy Scam: Private Billions vs. Public Good” [Macmillan 1982]

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Norman Corwin  [1910-2011]
browse books • browse DVDs • movie/TV credits • Wikipedia

official Norman Corwin website

Corwin  
"13 For Corwin: A Paean of Praise for Norman Corwin" [1993]
Edited by Ray Bradbury

Barricade pb [3/93] for $7.95
Corwin TV documentary  "Corwin" TV documentary [indep June 1996]
Written & directed by Les Guthman
CustomFlix color DVD [8/2006] for $24.95
A Note of Triumph / Golden Age of Norman Corwin Oscar-winning docu short  "A Note of Triumph: The Golden Age of Norman Corwin" [indep Aug 2005]
40-minute documentary film about Norman Corwin's radio braodcast on VE-Day of World War II (8 May 1945); Co-produced by Corinne Marrinan, co-produced & directed by Eric Simonson; won Oscar for Best Documentary Short
Direct Cinema Ltd. color DVD [12/2008] for $29.95
full credits at IMDb
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Spencer Crump [1919?-??]
specialized in books about Western USA railroads & trolley lines, 1970-98
browse books • no entry at Wikipedia

"The Stylebook For Newswriting" [1979]

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Dr. Vine Deloria, Jr. [1933-2005]: browse books

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Spirit of America Bookstore's
Philip K. Dick [1928-82] Page

Library of America Philip K. Dick: Four Novels  
"Philip K. Dick: Four Novels of The 1960s" [2007]
Edited by Jonathan Lethem

Library of America 8x5 hardcover [5/2007] for $23.10
includes "The Man In The High Castle" [1962], "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch" [1965], "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" [1968], and "Ubik" [1969] which was listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Novels (10/2005)
Library of America Philip K. Dick: Five Novels  "Philip K. Dick: Five Novels of The 1960s & 70s" [2008]
Edited by Jonathan Lethem

Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [7/2008] for $26.40
includes "Martian Time-Slip" [1964]; "Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After The Bomb" [1965]; "Now Wait For Last Year" [1966]; "Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said" [1974]; and "A Scanner Darkly" [1977]
Philip K. Dick  Festival [Sept 2012 = #1] in San Francisco, California

"Blade Runner" 1982 Movie Page at Magic Lantern Video & Book Store

browse all 160+ Kindle titles at Amazon's Philip K. Dick Kindle Store

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comedy writer Jack Douglas [1908-89]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

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Stanley Elkin [1930-1995]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Elkin

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Ralph Ellison [1913-94]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

PBS documentary
AALBC's Ralph Ellison webpage

Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man  
"Invisible Man" [1952]
by Ralph Ellison; won the National Book Award in 1953

Vintage 8x5¼ pb [3/95] for $10.17
Modern Library 7¼x5 hardcover [6/94] for $13.57
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Spirit of America Bookstore's
John Fante [1909-83] Page

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Philip Josι Farmer [1918-2009]
browse books • official P.J.F. website • IMDb listing [1967-70] • Wikipedia

Tarzan Alive - tan cover 1972  "Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke (His Outrageous & Magnificent Life)" [Doubleday 1972] by Philip Josι Farmer
Farmer’s 1972 volume separates the 'fact' from the 'fiction' in Edgar Rice Burroughs's tales of Tarzan and adds to the legend by tracing Tarzan’s family tree – which includes Sherlock & Mycroft Holmes, the Scarlet Pimpernel, Doc Savage, Nero Wolfe & Bulldog Drummond – and reporting his later exploits as a group captain in the R.A.F. during World War II; the Bison edition includes the text of Farmer's 'interview' with Lord Greystoke.
Bison Books 7¾x5½ pb [4/2006] for $13.57
Berkeley pb [7/81] out of print/used
Popular Library pb [1/72] out of print/used
Dark Heart   "The Dark Heart of Time: A Tarzan Novel" [1999] by Philip Josι Farmer
Announced late 1997 as "Tarzan's Greatest Secret"; a trio of white hunters kidnap Tarzan's mate, Jane, as bait for capturing the elusive Jungle Lord. As the sinister safari closes in, Tarzan's trail leads to a long-forgotten land whose dangers include the Crystal Tree of Time.
Del Rey mass pb [6/99] out of print/used
EconoClad hardcover [6/99] for $15.00
"Escape From Loki" Doc Savage novel [Aug 1991] by Philip Josι Farmer

"Riverworld" TV series pilot [SciFi Channel 2003] /tt0310952/

"Riverworld" two-night TV mini-series [SyFy Channel 2010] /tt1419950/

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historian James Thomas Flexner [1908-2003]
won a Special Pulitzer Prize Citation, a National Book Award, and a Christopher's Award for his four-volume biography of Washington
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

"America's Old Masters: First Artists of The New World" [Viking Press, 1939]
"A Short History of American Painting" [Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1950]
"The Traitor and The Spy: Benedict Arnold and John Andre" [Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1953]
"The Pocket History of American Painting" [Pocket Library, 1957]
"George Washington, The Forge of Experience, 1732–1775" [Little, Brown and Company, 1965]
"George Washington In The American Revolution, 1775–1783" [Little, Brown and Company, 1968]
"George Washington and The New Nation, 1783–1793" [Little, Brown and Company, 1970]
"George Washington, Anguish and Farewell, 1793–1799" [Little, Brown and Company, 1972]
"Washington: The Indispensable Man" [Little, Brown and Company, 1974]
"The Face of Liberty: Founders of The United States" [Clarkson N. Potter, 1975]
"The Young Hamilton: A Biography" [Little, Brown and Company, 1978]

"George Washington" TV mini-series
[MGMUA-TV/CBS-TV April 1984]
'George Washington' 1984 TV mini-series starring Barry Bostwick  8-hour 3-part mini-series about the early life of George Washington, thru victory in the Revolutionary War • Co-produced & directed by Buzz Kulik; co-produced & co-written by Richard Fielder; co-written by Jon Boothe & James Thomas Flexner, based on Flexner's 1974 biography; narrated by Terrence Beasor; starring Barry Bostwick, Patty Duke, David Dukes, Jaclyn Smith, Lloyd Bridges, Josι Ferrer, Hal Holbrook, Trevor Howard, Jeremy Kemp, Richard Kiley, Stephen Macht, James Mason, Rosemary Murphy, Clive Revill, Robert Stack, Anthony Zerbe, Leo Burmester, J. Kenneth Campbell, Philip Casnoff, Robert Schenkkan {as Alexander Hamilton}, Kevin Conroy, Peter Evans, Megan Gallagher, John Glover, Harry Groener, Patrick Horgan, John Horton, Scott Hylands, Barrie Ingham, Will Lyman, Tom Mason, William Prince
T.G.G. Direct remastered color DVD [8/2014] 3 disks for $14.79
M.G.M. Home Video color VHS [7/95] 3 tapes - out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb • mini-series entry at Wikipedia

sequel "George Washington II: The Forging of A Nation" TV movie
[MGMUA-TV/CBS-TV April 1986]
'George Washington II' 1986 TV mini-series starring Barry Bostwick  3-hour 10-minute TV movie sequel about the later life of George Washington, thru both terms as the first President of the United States • Directed by William A. Graham; co-produced & written by Richard Fielder, based on the 1974 biography by James Thomas Flexner; starring Barry Bostwick, Patty Duke, Jeffrey Jones {as Thomas Jefferson}, Richard Bekins {as Alexander Hamilton}, Penny Fuller, Marcia Cross, Guy Paul, Norman Snow, Lise Hilboldt, Robert Kelly, Haviland Morris, Daniel Davis, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Farnham Scott, Leo Burmester, Nicholas Kepros, Paul Collins, Richard Fancy, Clayton Prince, Erika Alexander, Timothy Landfield, Gregory Abels, Eve Gordon, Christopher Goutman
M.G.M. Home Video color VHS [9/98] 2 tapes - out of prodn/used
DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb
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children's author Franklin Folsom [1907-95]
Folsom also wrote under the pseudonyms Benjamin Brewster, Chase Elwell, Michael Gorham, Lyman Hopkins, Horatio D. Jones, Troy Nesbit & Philip Stander;
he was a Rhodes Scholar and graduated from the University of Colorado; he wrote over 80 books, and also worked as a guide in the Rocky Mountains.

Franklin Folsom was active in labor politics during the 1930s & 1940s (a possible reason for his later use of pseudonyms). Folsom was executive
secretary of The League of American Writers for five of its seven years in existence; the League was openly backed by the American Communist Party.

Spirit of America Bookstore's Franklin Folsom [1907-95] Page  6/2017

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novelist William Gaddis [1922-98]
called "one of the dazzling virtuosi" by Saul Bellow
browse books • IMDb listing [1967-70] • Wikipedia

VH's 'The Gaddis Annotations' fangroup site
Modern Word / Scriptorium 1999 article

"The Recognitions" [1955 first novel]
book entry at Wikipedia
"A Reader's Guide To William Gaddis's The Recognitions" [1982] by Steven Moore

"J.R." [1975 second novel] won the National Book Award for Fiction
book entry at Wikipedia

"Carpenter's Gothic" [1985]
book entry at Wikipedia

"A Frolic of His Own" [1994] won second National Book Award
book entry at Wikipedia

"Agapι Agape" [2002 novella] his final work
book entry at Wikipedia

"The Rush For Second Place: Essays & Occasional Writings" [2002]
collection of his previously published nonfiction
book entry at Wikipedia

"Swallow Hard" [1991 autobiographical novel] by his daughter Sarah Gaddis
http://www.amazon.com/Swallow-Hard-Sarah-Gaddis/dp/0689121067/

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Edward Gorey [1925-2000]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

Elephant House Edward Gorey Museum in Cape Cod, MA
Goreyography fansite
Gorey Details fansite

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Winston Francis Groom, Jr.
http://www.amazon.com/Winston-Groom/e/B000AP7VRA/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Groom

"As Summers Die" [1980]

"Only" [Simon & Schuster 1984] ISBN 978-0-671-52267-4

Forrest Gump novel by Winston Groom  "Forrest Gump" bestseller novel [1986] by Winston Groom
The hilarious and profound epic story of a dim-wit nobody. The 1994 movie directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks, Robin Wright & Gary Sinise won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Script, Best Actor (Hanks), Best Effects & Best Editing, nominated for 7 more.
Washington Square Press 8x5¼ pb [10/2002] for $10.80
Pocket mass pb [8/94] out of print/used
Pocket 8x5¾ hardcover [11/94] out of print/used
"Gone The Sun [1988] ISBN 9780671535162

"Better Times Than These" [Simon & Schuster 12/1994] ISBN 978-0-671-52266-7

"Gump and Co." sequel [1995] ISBN 0671521705

"Such A Pretty, Pretty Girl" [1998] ISBN 0375501614

"Kearny's March" [2011] by Winston Groom

El Paso Western historical novel by Winston Groom  "El Paso: A Novel" [2016] by Winston Groom
A sweeping 6-part saga taking place circa 1913-14 in Texas and in Chihuahua, Mexico; the fading fortunes of a Bostonian railroad tycoon become critical when revolutionary Pancho Villa steals two million dollars worth of cattle from the tycoon's ranch in Old Mexico.
Kindle Edition from Liveright [10/2016] for $14.87
Liveright 9½x6¾ hardcover [10/2016] for $21.09
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Barry Hannah [1942-2010]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

story collections "Airships" & "High Lonesome", novel "Geronimo Rex"

Long, Last, Happy stories collection by Barry Hannah  
"Long, Last, Happy: New and Collected Stories, 1964-2010"
[31 stories; 2010] by Barry Hannah

Grove Press 9x6 hardcover [12/2010] for $15.49
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gay black author E. Lynn Harris [1955-2009]
wrote ten consecutive New York Times bestsellers
browse books • official website • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

"What Becomes of The Brokenhearted: A Memoir" [2004]

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Spirit of America Bookstore's
Robert A. Heinlein [1907-88] Page

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Zenna Henderson [1917-83] + The People
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

PH's 'Zenna & Her People' fansite
Zenna Henderson entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Complete People Stories of Zenna Henderson  
"Ingathering: The Complete People Stories of Zenna Henderson"
[28 stories, 1952-75; 1995]

Nesfa Press hardcover [3/95] for $25.00
"The People" [Zoetrope/A.B.C. tv movie Jan 1972]
Starring William Shatner, Kim Darby & Diane Varsi; full credits at IMDb

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Patricia Highsmith [1921-95]
browse books • browse DVDs • movie credits • Wikipedia

Highsmith Papers at the Swiss Literary Archives

Strangers On A Train novel   "Strangers On A Train" [1950]
Two men meet on a train and discuss swapping murders: the police will find no connection and each murder will remain unsolved. One man dismisses the conversation as idle banter. But when he travels to Mexico, and is notified by police that his estranged wife has indeed died under suspicious circumstances, he feels trapped. And then the stranger makes demands for the reciprocal murder . . .
W.W. Norton pb [8/2001] for $11.16
Penguin mass pb [6/79] out of print/many used
Strangers On A Train movie  "Strangers On A Train" [Warner Bros. July 1951]
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock; script by Raymond Chandler & others from the Highsmith novel; starring Farley Granger & Robert Walker
Warner b&w widescreen DVD [9/98] for $10.99
Warner b&w British version VHS [6/2001] for $14.95
Warner b&w Hollywood version VHS [8/2000] for $14.95
full credits on IMDb
Beautiful Shadow / Highsmith  
"Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith" [2003]
by Andrew Wilson

Bloomsbury USA 7½x4¾ pb [4/2004] for $14.78
Bloomsbury USA 9½x6¼ hardcover [7/2003] for $26.60
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mystery author Tony Hillerman [1925-2008] Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

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Chester B. Himes [1909-84]
browse books • IMDb listing • Wikipedia

SWW's Chester B. Himes fansite
Friends of Chester Himes fansite

2-volume Autobiography of Chester Himes  The Autobiography of Chester Himes
Volume 1: "The Quality of Hurt: The Early Years" [1972]
Thunder's Mouth Press 8x5½ pb [11/95] out of print/many used
Doubleday hardcover [3/72] out of print/used
Volume 2: "My Life of Absurdity: The Later Years" [1976]
Thunder's Mouth Press 8½x5½ pb [11/95] out of print/many used
Doubleday hardcover [1/72] out of print/used
Chester Himes / Long Climb docu video  
"Chester Himes: The Long Climb" documentary [2000]
Tell Me Why / History On Video color 30-min. VHS [11/2000] for $29.95

"Chester Himes: A Writer's Turbulent Journey" documentary [2000]
Kultur Video color 30-min. VHS [2/2000] out of prodn/used

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playwright Wm. Inge [1913-73]
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"Picnic" won the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
William Inge Center For The Arts in Independence, Kansas

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David Karp [1922-99]
Emmy-winning Hollywood TV writer, plus three of his novels were highly acclaimed and 'compared favorably
with Orwell for their protests against totalitarianism' (per Los Angeles Times obituary)
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"One (aka Escape To Nowhere)" [1953]
http://www.amazon.com/Escape-Nowhere-aka-David-Karp/dp/B00C6PACJ6/
http://www.amazon.com/One-America-Reads-Rediscovered-Nonfiction/dp/1594161283/
http://www.amazon.com/One-David-Karp/dp/B0007E148Q/
"The Day of The Monkey" [1955]
http://www.amazon.com/Day-Monkey-David-Karp/dp/B00B9EBDWK/ = scarce
"All Honorable Men: A Novel" [1956]
http://www.amazon.com/All-Honorable-Men-David-Karp/dp/B0000CJFOP/

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Bill Kennedy [19??-??]
wrote the daily "Mr. L.A." newspaper column during the 1950s to 1970s in the morning Los Angeles Examiner,
then switched to the afternoon Herald-Examiner; largely forgotten today, info sparse on the internet

fansite for the 'wrong' Bill Kennedy [1908-97] of Detroit, Michigan TV fame

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Frederick Kohner [1905-86] author of "Gidget"

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Ursula K. Le Guin has lived in Portland, Oregon since 1959
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animated banner for Ursula K. LeGuin's 'Earthsea' reissues in 2012
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"Ursula K. Le Guin Beyond Genre: Fiction for Children and Adults" [Routledge 2004] by Mike Cadden
http://www.amazon.com/Ursula-Guin-Beyond-Genre-Literature-ebook/dp/B000OI0YKY/
http://www.amazon.com/Ursula-Guin-Beyond-Genre-Literature/dp/0415995272/
http://www.amazon.com/Ursula-Guin-Beyond-Genre-Literature/dp/0415972183/

The Unreal and the Real / Selected Stories of Ursula K. Le Guin in 2 volumes  "The Unreal and The Real: Selected Stories of Ursula K. Le Guin" [2012]
Volume One: "Where On Earth" - 18 stories
Kindle Edition from Small Beer Press [11/2012] for $9.99
Small Beer Press 9x6¼ hardcover [11/2012] for $13.56
Volume Two: "Outer Space, Inner Lands" - 20 stories
Kindle Edition from Small Beer Press [11/2012] for $9.99
Small Beer Press 9x6¼ hardcover [11/2012] for $13.56
Ursula K. Le Guin Complete Orsinia book edited by Brian Attebery  "Ursula K. Le Guin: The Complete Orsinia - Malafrena / Stories and Songs" [2016]
Edited by Brian Attebery

The historical fiction stories and novel were published before Le Guin turned to science fiction; the nation of Orsinia achieved independence in the XIIth Century and but by the XIXth Century was ruled by Austria; the 1976 story collection contains 11 tales; the 1979 novel tells of the struggles (circa 1825-1830) of a young man whose family owns an estate on Lake Malafrena; this book also contains two unpublished songs in the imaginary Orsinian language and two later stories
Kindle Edition from Library of America/Penguin Random House [9/2016] for $16.99
Library of America #281 8x5¼ hardcover [9/2016] for $23.71
Library of America author page

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(Nelle) Harper Lee [1926-2016]
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 listed by Amazon Editors on '100 Young Adult Books to Read in  a Lifetime' (9/2015)  BLUE CHECK: listed #99 on U.K. Telegraph Best 100 Novels (8/2014)  RED CHECK: listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Novels (10/2005)  GREEN CHECK: listed #1 on Goodread Readers Picks '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  BLACK CHECK: listed on Amazon's '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  GOLD STAR: listed on Business Insider's The 35 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime, 9/2013  
To Kill A Mockingbird novel by Harper Lee  
"To Kill A Mockingbird" novel [1960 bestseller] by Harper Lee
As described by his tomboy daughter, an idealistic lawyer in 1932 Alabama agrees
to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman, revealing the depths of
local bigotry & racism; won 1961 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Kindle Edition from HarperCollins Publrs [7/2014] for $4.73
Grand Central Publng mass pb [10/88] for $4.98
Harper Perennial 7¾x5¼ pb [7/2005] for $8.46
Harper Perennial 8x5½ pb [5/2006] for $13.43
Heinemann 8x5¾ hardcover [11/99] out of prodn/100+ used
HarperCollins slipcover edition [10/2006] out of print/many used
HarperCollins 8½x5½ hardcover [9/95] out of print/70+ used
Caedmon UNABR audio CD read by Sissy Spacek [8/2006] out of prodn/40+ used
Mockingbird bio of Harper Lee  
"Mockingbird: A Portrait of Harper Lee" [2006]
New York Times bestseller by Charles J. Shields

Holt 8¼x5½ pb [4/2007] for $10.20
Henry Holt & Co. 9¼x6½ hardcover [5/2006] for $16.50
more details (synopsis, history, author, movies, other media) are on
Spirit of America Bookstore's "To Kill A Mockingbird" 1960 Novel & 1962 Movie Page

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