Authors

  • Aaron Goldstein

    Aaron Goldstein may refer to: Aaron Goldstein (entrepreneur) from Leerom Segal Aaron Goldstein (musician) (born 1983), Canadian musician ...
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  • Aaron James

    Aaron James may refer to: Aaron James (basketball) (born 1952), American basketball player Aaron James (footballer) (born 1976), Australian rules footballer ...
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  • Aaron Karo

    Aaron Karo (born June 18, 1979) is an American stand-up comedian and author best known for his Ruminations email column and series of books, his young adult novel Lexapros and Cons, and his Comedy Central special Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History. ...
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  • Aaron Latham

    Aaron Latham (born October 3, 1943) is an American journalist who wrote the article that inspired the movie Urban Cowboy and co-wrote its script with director James Bridges. He also co-wrote the book for the short-lived 2003 Broadway musical version. Latham is a regular contributor to such publications as Rolling Stone, Esquire, Talk, and The New York Times. Latham has written a few novels and co-wrote the screenplays Perfect, also with Bridges, another film inspired by his articles, and The Program. ...
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  • Aaron Smith

    Aaron Smith may refer to: ...
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  • Aaron Stern

    Aaron Stern is the former drummer of Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows and Matchbook Romance. ...
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  • Abbas Milani

    Abbas Malekzadeh Milani (Persian: عباس ملک‌زاده میلانی‎; born 1949) is an Iranian-American historian and author. Milani is a visiting professor of Political Science and the director of the Iranian Studies program at Stanford University. He is also a research fellow and co-director of the Iran Democracy Project at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Milani has found evidence that Persian modernism dates back to more than 1000 years ago. ...
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  • Abbie Farwell Brown

    Abbie Farwell Brown (August 21, 1871 – March 5, 1927) was an American author. Brown was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the first of two daughters of Benjamin F. Brown, a descendant of Isaac Allerton, and Clara Neal Brown, who contributed to The Youth's Companion. Her sister Ethel became an author and illustrator under the name Ann Underhill. Her family, for ten generations, had only resided in New England, and Brown herself spent her entire life in her family's Beacon Hill home. Brown was valedictorian of the Bowdoin School in 1886. She then attended the Girls' Latin School, where she was friends with Josephine Preston Peabody. She was the driving force behind the newly created school newspaper, The Jabberwock, named by Brown after the poem by Lewis Carroll. They wrote to Carroll for permission to use the name and Carroll wrote back, wishing them "all success to the forthcoming magazine". The ...
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  • Abby Johnson

    Abby, Abbie or Abigail Johnson may refer to: Abigail Johnson (born 1961), commonly known as Abby, American businesswoman and president and CEO of Fidelity Investments Abby Johnson (activist) (born 1980), American anti-abortion activist Abbie Johnson (1871-1960), Canadian-born Major League Baseball player ...
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  • Abby McDonald

    Abby McDonald is the pen-name for British author Abigail Haas. She has written twelve novels. She was born in England but now lives in Los Angeles. Abby grew up in Sussex and went on to study Politics, Philosophy & Economics at Oxford University. She has written under her real name, pen name Abbey McDonald, and has as Melody Grace, self-published her Beachwood Bay series. The series became a USA Today and international bestseller series before she revealed she was the author. ...
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