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Gabaldon, Diana Gillespie, Hollis Graham, Tom
Gabbard, Dr. Glen Gilman, Susan Jane Grandin, Greg
Gabbay, Tom Gilstrap, John Grandin, Temple
Gabe, Grace Giovanni, Nikki Grant, Donna
Gaddy, C. Welton Girls, Guerrilla Gray, John
Galambush, Julie Gitlin, Todd Gray, Robert
Gallenkamp, Charles Glakas-Tenet, Stephanie Greeley, Andrew
Gansler, Laura Leedy Gleick, James Green, Tim
Gardiner, Kay Glezer, Maggie Greenberg, David
Garner, Joe Godwin, Gail Greenberg, Mike
Garreau, Joel Goldberg, Bernard Greenberg, Sandy
Gartner, John Goldberg, Danny Greenberg, Stanley
Gaston, Dr. Marilyn Hughes Goldberg, Myla Greene, Brian
Gavaler, Chris Golden, Marita Greene, Jeffrey
Gavin, William Goldman, Jami Greenhouse, Linda
Gehlek Rinpoche, Nawang Goldsmith, Martin Greenlaw, Linda
Gelb, Arthur Goldstein, Brandt Griffin, W.E.B.
Gelb, Michael Golway, Terry Griggs, Vanessa Davis
George, Bill Gonnerman, Jennifer Grimes, Martha
George, Elizabeth Goodman, Allegra Grippando, James
George, Nelson Goodman, Amy Grossman, David
Gerber, Robin Goodman, Ellen Grove, Andrew
Gerhart, Ann Goodwin, Doris Kearns Gruber, Michael
Gericke, Shane Goodwin, Jason Grushin, Olga
Germond, Jack Gopnik, Adam Guber, Peter
Getler, Warren Gordon, Barry Guiliano, Mireille
Gibbons, Kaye Gordon, Jon Guinn, Jeff
Gibson, John Gordon, Linda Perlman Guralnick, Peter
Gibson, William Gordon, Michael Gurganus, Allan
Gien, Pamela Gore, Kristin Guterson, David
Gilder, Anne-Lee Grafton, Sue
Gilder, Joshua Graham, Lawrence Otis


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It's historical fiction with a kind of weird, surreal, postmodern twist, in that the whole novel is a flashback from the point of view of a narrator who happens to be a book. This is a story being told by a book - Isaac Newton's master work of science called the "Principia Mathematica."

- James Morrow
The Last Witchfinder


Featuring 1,841 interviews with 1,590 authors, including:

"The Dirty Girls Social Club" by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez

"The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas" by Stan & Jan Berenstain

"Pardonable Lies" by Jacqueline Winspear

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