Writers from New York City

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    Writers from Brooklyn

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  1. A.M. Homes

    A.M. Homes

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    Novelist, memoirist

  2. Aaron Elkins

    Aaron Elkins

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    Novelist

  3. Aaron S. Rosenberg

    Aaron S. Rosenberg

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    American writer and game designer

  4. Abe Burrows

    Abe Burrows

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    Dramatist, playwright

  5. Adam Baer

    Adam Baer

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    Adam Baer (born 1977) is an essayist, journalist and music/culture critic whose writing appears regularly in top publications, and who is an outspoken voice for young adult cancer.


  6. Adam Clymer

    Adam Clymer

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    US journalist and author

  7. Adam Niswander

    Adam Niswander

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    Adam Niswander (February 2, 1946 - August 12, 2012) was an American short story writer and novelist. He was a former president of the Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society and a member of the Horror Writers Association and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. His first novel, The Charm, which is the first book of his Shaman Cycle was published by Integra Press in 1993. He died on 12 August 2012.


  8. Addison Brown

    Addison Brown

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    United States federal judge

  9. Adeline Lobdell Atwater

    Adeline Lobdell Atwater

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    Adeline Lobdell was born 1887 in Chicago, Illinois. Lobdell married Henry Atwater, and the couple had two daughters. The family moved to Washington DC, where Adeline became active in the National Women's Party as the representative for Illinois. Following World War I, Lobdell was granted a divorce in Reno, Nevada and moved to New York City, New York, where she became the art director of the New Gallery. She then became a writer, composing both fiction such as The Marriage of Don Quixote and non-fiction such as Autobiography of an Extrovert. In 1932, Lobdell remarried to Harold C. Pynchon. Her writing career flourished and she garnered attention for her short stories in New York Magazine, New York Herald Tribune, and The Midwest Review of Literature. Adeline Atwater Pynchon died in 1975.


  10. Adrienne Shelly

    Adrienne Shelly

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    American actor

  11. Agnes Bushell

    Agnes Bushell

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    American, Writer

  12. Aja Monet

    Aja Monet

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    Aja Monet Bacquie (born August 21, 1987) is an American contemporary poet, writer, lyricist and activist of Cuban-Jamaican decent from Brooklyn, New York. She is known to be the youngest poet to have ever become the Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam Champion at the age of 19 in 2007 and is the last woman to have won this title since.


  13. Akiva Goldsman

    Akiva Goldsman

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    American, Film/TV Producer

  14. Alan Dugan

    Alan Dugan

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    American poet and Pulitzer Prize for Poetry winner

  15. Albert Sidney Fleischman

    Albert Sidney Fleischman

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    Children's author, novelist, screenwriter

  16. Alessandra Farkas

    Alessandra Farkas

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    Italian journalist and writer

  17. Alex Dimitrov

    Alex Dimitrov

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    Alex Dimitrov (born November 30, 1984) is an American poet and the founder of Wilde Boys, a queer poetry salon in New York City.


  18. Alexander Imich

    Alexander Imich

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    Polish academic

  19. Alexi Worth

    Alexi Worth

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    American painter and critic

  20. Alice Bach

    Alice Bach

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    Alice Bach (born 6 April 1942 in New York City) is a feminist biblical scholar. She is currently Archbishop Hallinan Professor of Religious Studies at Case Western Reserve University.


  21. Alice Beck Kehoe

    Alice Beck Kehoe

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    American, Anthropologist

  22. Alice Davis Menken

    Alice Davis Menken

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    Alice Davis Marks Menken (August 4, 1870 – March 23, 1936) was a Jewish American known for her social work, particularly with female Jewish immigrant juvenile delinquency.


  23. Aline Bernstein

    Aline Bernstein

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    American, Philanthropist

  24. Alison Pace

    Alison Pace

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    Writer

  25. Alla Nazimova

    Alla Nazimova

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    Actress, screenwriter and producer

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