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Authors and writers in Massachusetts: Browse by state / province

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Troy Smith  
yes, I\\\'m published. Wrote a killer biography on the band, Nirvana (St Martins Press, April 2004). Yes, I love to write. Especially about life. And yes, the ink flows freely at the drop of a dime. There\\\'s not an assignment I can\\\'t complete without passion & integrity. I was a young b...
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Yanitzia Canetti Andover, Massachusetts 
Yanitzia Canetti, author, editor and translator (Havana, 1967). Bachelorís in Journalism, Master in Linguistic and Ph.D. in Latin American Literature. She has published over 60 books (novel, poetry, story, theatre, children literature). For the bilingual educational system, she has written ficti...
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Andrea Riggillo Newbury, Massachusetts 
Writing...I am finally pursuing a lifelong dream, taking on-line classes to enhance my skills and rising daily to write. With the support of family the long captive thoughts and ideas are flowing through my fingers to pen and keyboard. I am currently working on a children's story. Incorporating ...
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Adam Emery Somerville, Massachusetts 
Writing books is what I do best, but newspapers and magazine articles are not out of the question. Currently I'm finishing up a fantasy novel that I hope to have on the market sometime in 2005. Published in the Summer 2003 issue of MacDirectory Magazine.
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Kathleen Regan Hingham, Massachusetts 
writing a book about the work I have done in implementing major change in the was psychiatric care is provided to hospitalized children/ Provision of humane care that is non-coercive, non-traumatizing and humane. Model is based on collaboration and child and family centered care. Published sho...
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Emily Bryan Boston, Massachusetts 
Writers start as readers. I discovered early that a book was a whole world. As a child, I sneaked books into bed. I nearly ruined my eyes reading by the thin strip of light shafting in the crack of my bedroom door. When I was in middle school, even though I didnít like our creepy basement, I v...
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Julia Stavris  
While bored in my father\'s car, having been dragged to his job on the weekend at the useless age of seven, I picked up a scrap of paper and a story came out. It was in crayon, and it was about the destruction of the Earth. Looking back, I think I had some anger issues. I went on to short story af...
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Shel Horowitz Hadley, Massachusetts photo
Which would you rather read? "Electronic Privacy Expert Releases New Book" (snore!) or "It's 10 O'Clock-Do You Know Where Your Credit History Is?" Press releases, sellsheets, web pages...copywriting that tells "the story behind the story"- from the award-winning author of Grassroots Marketing f...
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James Chester Boston, Massachusetts 
When I was a teenager, I found a passion for philosophy and then found the work done by Nietzsche and my passion became a love, which, in turn, has become a curse (poverty) and a blessing (extraordinary learning and development). I have written a reiteration of Nietzsche's metaphysica, which pres...
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Chris Gordon Owen Boston, Massachusetts 
What does a biography really reveal? I have degrees in music and literature, I've played the cello and written book reviews and "feature" articles in New Jersey and Washington State. I walk and I read. I go to plays. I take care of a grandson. And I burrow into my own and other people's psychol...
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