Ohio authors and their books
Book critic Michael Dirda talks about his favorite Ohio writersAs we move into the holiday gift giving season, no gift is more elusive than that for the tweener or teenager in your life. You want to get them something cool, something thoughtful, something that hints you might even understand them. While you could just go the lazy route and get them an iTunes gift card, you could also get them a book written by one of the many young adult authors living and working in Northeast Ohio. Identifying characteristics: All of my books so far have been fantasy fiction; my first series was set in Ohio; the new series in a high fantasy world called The Seven Realms. All of my books are about transformation, since that is the business of adolescents. Habitat: Currently living in Strongsville.
'Ohio' author Stephen Markley on his favorite writers from Ohio & more
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Please note: Some links for authors are not yet active. We apologize for the inconvenience and continuously work to provide biographies of all those listed. Skip to content. Main Main. Criteria for the Ohio Center for the Book Ohio authors list: were born in Ohio or have resided in Ohio for 5 or more years.
Michael Dirda is a prominent book critic for the Washington Post but he can be counted as a local writer, too. Dirda also teaches, and to go along with his Oberlin degree, has two advanced degrees in literature from Cornell, including a Ph. Dirda has won several several major awards for his works, including a Pulitzer Prize for criticism. Unlike many literary critics, he loves science fiction, and popular fiction in general. When I asked for an interview, he readily agreed, but asked me to give him a few days, as he was busy attending a science fiction convention in Washington, D.
African American Authors Book List
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We will only use your email address to notify you of new titles in the subject area s you follow. We will never share your information with third parties. Presents four Dunbar novels under one cover for the first time, allowing readers to assess why he was such a seminal influence on the twentieth century African American writers who followed him into the American canon. The son of former slaves, Paul Laurence Dunbar was one of the most prominent figures in American literature at the turn of the twentieth century. Thirty-three years old at the time of his death in , he had published four novels, four collections of short stories, and fourteen books of poetry, as well as numerous songs, plays, and essays in newspapers and magazines around the world. Chesnutt By Charles Duncan. As the first African-American fiction writer to achieve a national reputation, Ohio native Charles W.