List of Simon & Schuster authors

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List of authors published by Simon & Schuster and its various imprints including Atria Publishing Group, Doubleday, Free Press, Scribner, Simon & Schuster for Young Readers, Touchstone and Washington Square Press.



  • Megan Abbott, American writer of crime fiction[1]
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, American basketball player[2]
  • Leslie Abramson, criminal defense lawyer[3][4]


  • Joel Achenbach, American journalist and author[5]




  • Fouad Ajami, professor[10]


  • Fadhil Al Azzawi, Iraqi writer[11]
  • Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, American author and tech entrepreneur[12]
  • Manal al-Sharif, Saudi Arabian activist[13]
  • Elisa Albert, American author[14]
  • Naomi Alderman, author, novelist[15]
  • Malin Alegria, author of young adult novels[16]
  • Rochelle Alers, romance author[17]
  • Eben Alexander, American neurosurgeon[18]
  • Shana Alexander, American journalist[19]
  • Henry Alford, American humorist[20]
  • Miguel Algarín, Puerto Rican poet and writer[21]
  • Monica Ali, Bangladeshi-born British writer and novelist[22]
  • Muhammad Ali, American boxer and activist[23]
  • Rosie Alison, British documentarian[24]
  • Isabel Allende, Chilean writer[25]
  • Kirstie Alley, American actress[26]
  • Will Allison, American author[27]
  • Sophie Allsopp, British television presenter[28]
  • Hollis Alpert, American film critic[29]
  • Jonathan Alter, American journalist[30]


  • Akhil Reed Amar, American legal scholar[31]
  • Marc Ambinder, American editor and journalist[32]
  • David Ambrose, English novelist and screenwriter[33]
  • Stephen E. Ambrose, American historian[34]
  • Daniel Amen, American psychiatrist and self-help author[35]
  • Jonathan Ames, American novelist, memoirist[36]
  • Wally Amos, American author[37]
  • Megan Amram, American comedian and writer[38]


  • Lou Anders, American editor, author and journalist[39]
  • Christopher Andersen, American journalist and author[40]
  • Gillian Anderson, American-British actress, activist and writer[41]
  • Laurie Halse Anderson, American children's writer[42]
  • M.T. Anderson, American children's writer[43]
  • Martin Anderson, American economist[44]
  • Poul Anderson, American science fiction and fantasy author[45]
  • R. J. Anderson, Canadian author of speculative and fantasy fiction for children and young adults[46]
  • Sherwood Anderson, writer[47]
  • Douglas L. Anderton, American sociologist[48]
  • V. C. Andrews, American horror novelist[49]
  • Carol Anshaw, American novelist[50]
  • Stephen Ansolabehere, American political scientist[51]


  • Anne Milano Appel, American translator of Italian literature
  • Benjamin Appel, American crime-fiction novelist
  • Jacob M. Appel, American novelist
  • Marty Appel, American public relations and sports management executive
  • Kathi Appelt, American children's author
  • Sam Apple, American non-fiction author
  • Matt Apuzzo, American journalist


  • Thomas Aquinas, Italian philosopher


  • John Archambault, American writer, storyteller
  • Gustavo Arellano, American publisher, editor and author
  • James Argent, English television personality
  • Sherry Argov, American writer
  • José Argüelles, American artist and author
  • Adrienne Arieff, businessman and writer
  • Dan Ariely, Israeli American professor of psychology and behavioral economics
  • Aristophanes, Athenian playwright
  • Aristotle, Classical Greek philosopher
  • Victoria Arlen, American paralympic swimmer
  • Jennifer L. Armentrout, American author of young adult novels
  • Heather Armstrong, American author and blogger
  • Jennifer Armstrong, children's book author
  • Kelley Armstrong, author of young adult novels
  • Lance Armstrong, American cyclist
  • Taylor Armstrong, American television personality
  • Edwin Arnold, British poet and journalist
  • Eric Arnold, American journalist and author
  • Matthew Arnold, English poet and social critic
  • Lou Aronica, publisher, editor of science fiction
  • Marc Aronson, American historian and writer
  • María Celeste Arrarás, Puerto Rican journalist
  • Guillermo Arriaga, Mexican screenwriter and film director
  • Raymond Arroyo, American journalist
  • Isabelle Arsenault, Canadian illustrator
  • Raymond Arsenault, American historian
  • W. Brian Arthur, economist
  • Jose Aruego, Filipino children's book author and illustrator


  • Sylvia Ashton-Warner, New Zealand writer
  • Frank Asch, American children's book author
  • Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, British occult author and psychic
  • Jay Asher, American author of young adult novels
  • Isaac Asimov, American science fiction writer
  • Pierce Askegren, American writer
  • Ed Asner American actor
  • St. Francis of Assisi, Catholic saint
  • John Jacob Astor, American businessman


  • Philip Athans, American writer
  • Mike Atherton, broadcaster and journalist
  • Robert C. Atkins, American cardiologist
  • William Walker Atkinson American author and pioneer of the New Thought movement
  • P. M. H. Atwater, American writer and researcher[citation needed]


  • Berthold Auerbach, German author
  • Paul Auerbach, American physician
  • Saint Augustine, early Christian theologian
  • Rachel Aukes, American writer
  • Michael Ausiello, American journalist
  • Jane Austen, English novelist
  • Isaiah Austin, American basketball player
  • Steve Austin, American actor and professional wrestler
  • Kenny Ausubel, social entrepreneur and author
  • Tony Auth, American cartoonist


  • John Avlon, American journalist


  • Alan Axelrod, American historian
  • Robert Axelrod, American political scientist


  • Russell Ayto



  • Eve Babitz, American author
  • Morena Baccarin, Brazilian American actress
  • David Bach, finance and investment speaker and author
  • James Marcus Bach, software tester and author
  • Richard Bach, American spiritual writer
  • Shelby Bach, American writer
  • Richard Bachman, pen name used by Stephen King
  • Paolo Bacigalupi, American science fiction and fantasy author
  • Fredrik Backman, Swedish writer
  • Francis Bacon, English philosopher, statesman and author
  • John U. Bacon, American non-fiction writer
  • Michael Baden, American pathologist
  • Gerry Badger, English writer, curator, and photographer
  • James Baen, American publisher and editor
  • Joan Baez, American singer
  • Zak Bagans, television personality
  • Walter Bagehot, British journalist, businessman and essayist
  • Brod Bagert, American children's book author
  • Julianna Baggott, American novelist, essayist and poet
  • Iris Bahr, Israeli American actress and author
  • Jim Baikie, British comics artist
  • Alice A. Bailey, British-American author
  • Beth Bailey, American historian
  • Frank Bailey, American political writer
  • Peter Bailey, American journalist
  • Robin Wayne Bailey, American speculative fiction author
  • Ronald Bailey, American libertarian science writer
  • Deirdre Bair, American biographer
  • Sheila Baire, former Chairman of the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
  • Calvin Baker, American novelist
  • Carlos Baker, American writer and academic
  • Mishell Baker, American writer of urban fantasy
  • Nicholson Baker, American novelist, essayist, and non-fiction writer
  • Peter Baker, American political writer
  • Robert T. Bakker, American paleontologist
  • Kurdo Baksi, Swedish writer and journalist
  • David Baldacci. American author
  • Letitia Baldrige, American etiquette expert
  • Alec Baldwin, American actor
  • David Baldwin, British historian
  • James Baldwin, American writer
  • Stephen Baldwin, American actor
  • Edward Ball, American history writer
  • R. M. Ballantyne, Scottish author of juvenile fiction
  • Tony Ballantyne, British science fiction writer
  • Chris Ballard, American sportswriter
  • J. G. Ballard, British writer
  • Liz Balmaseda, Cuban-American writer and journalist
  • Honore Balzac, French writer
  • Toni Cade Bambara, Author activist
  • Michael Bamberger, Sports writer
  • Sarah Ban Breathnach, Author philanthropist
  • Jim Bandrowski, writer and speaker
  • Edward C. Banfield, American political scientist
  • Molly Bang, American illustrator of children's books
  • John Kendrick Bangs, American author and satirist
  • Lester Bangs, American music critic and journalist
  • Iain Banks, Scottish writer
  • L.A. Banks, American writer
  • Lynne Reid Banks, British writer
  • Helen Bannerman, British writer
  • Ann Bannon, American author
  • Edward E. Baptist, American historian
  • Janette Barber, American comedian
  • Jenni Barber, children's book author
  • Nicola Barber, English novelist
  • Ronde Barber, American football player
  • Tiki Barber, American football player
  • A. Maynard Barbour, novelist
  • Henri Barbusse, French novelist
  • Florence L. Barclay, British novelist
  • Linwood Barclay American-Canadian author
  • Ann Louise Bardach, American academic
  • Sara Bareilles, American pop rock pianist
  • John Bargh, American social psychologist
  • Sabine Baring-Gould, English writer and scholar
  • Clive Barker, author
  • Elsa Barker, American writer
  • Robert L. Barker, American politician
  • Susan Barker, British novelist
  • Charles Barkley, American basketball player
  • Al Barkow, Journalist
  • Coleman Barks, American poet
  • Donald L. Barlett, American journalist and writer
  • Neal D. Barnard, American physician and author
  • Robert Barnard, English writer
  • Arthur K. Barnes, American writer
  • Simon Barnes, British journalist
  • Steven Barnes, American writer
  • Jill Barnett, Romance novelist
  • Mac Barnett, American children's author
  • Lauren Barnholdt, American novelist
  • Neil Barofsky, American lawyer
  • Mike W. Barr, American writer
  • Roseanne Barr, American actress
  • Gina Barreca, American academic
  • Andrea Barrett, American novelist
  • Judi Barrett, American children's author
  • Justin L. Barrett, American academic
  • Majel Barrett, American actress and producer
  • Mary Ellin Barrett, American writer
  • Ron Barrett, cartoonist
  • Wayne Barrett, American journalist
  • Barbara Barrie, actress author
  • J. M. Barrie, Scottish writer
  • Chuck Barris, American producer
  • David J. Barron, U.S. judge
  • Laird Barron, writer, dogsledder
  • Carole E. Barrowman, British-American writer
  • Dave Barry, American writer
  • John M. Barry, American historian
  • Lynda Barry, cartoonist
  • Marion Barry, Jr., American politician
  • Donald Barthelme, American writer and editor
  • Bruce Bartlett, American historian
  • Susan Campbell Bartoletti, American children's writer
  • Bethany Barton, American author and illustrator
  • Emily Barton, American novelist
  • Omer Bartov, American academic
  • P. T. Barum, American showman
  • Luigi Barzini, Jr., Italian journalist and writer
  • Ghillie Basan, British writer
  • Samiya Bashir, American writer
  • Nora Raleigh Baskin, American writer
  • Lance Bass, American singer and actor
  • Jeremy Bastian, comics artist
  • Mario Batali, American chef
  • Martine Batchelor, Buddhist monk
  • Stephen Batchelor, British Buddhist philosopher
  • Robert Bateman, Canadian artist
  • Harry Bates, American writer
  • Katharine Lee Bates, American poet and songwriter
  • Laura Bates, British writer
  • Ravi Batra, Indian-American economist and author
  • Dawn Michelle Baude, American writer
  • Alain Bauer, French criminologist
  • Ann Bauer, American essayist and novelist
  • Belinda Bauer, British writer
  • Marion Dane Bauer, American author
  • L. Frank Baum, children's book writer and journalist
  • Christian Bauman, American novelist
  • Roy Baumeister, social psychologist
  • Gene Baur, American activist and writer
  • Robert Bauval, Egyptian writer
  • Bruce Bawer, American writer
  • Stephen Baxter, British science fiction writer
  • Pierre Bayle, French philosopher and writer
  • Rick Bayless, American chef
  • Byrd Baylor, American children's book author
  • Brandon Bays, self-help author
  • Jan Chozen Bays, American Buddhist abbess
  • Max H. Bazerman, Harvard professor


  • Melba Pattillo Beals, American journalist
  • Joe Beam, American writer
  • Carl Bean, clergy
  • Elizabeth Bear, American writer
  • Greg Bear, American writer best known for speculative or science fiction
  • Charles A. Beard, American historian
  • Henry Beard, American writer
  • James Beard, American chef
  • Romare Bearden, American visual artist
  • Doug Beason, American writer
  • Ann Beattie, American novelist
  • Melody Beattie, American writer
  • Scott Beatty, American author
  • Francesca Beauman, British historian
  • Margaret Bechard, American writer
  • Charlotte Joko Beck, American zen teacher
  • Glenn Beck, American media personality and political commentator
  • Jerry Beck, American animation historian
  • Joko Beck, American zen teacher
  • Lewis White Beck, American philosopher
  • Martha Beck, American sociologist
  • Elizabeth Becker, American journalist
  • Ernest Becker, American anthropologist
  • Ethan Becker, American cookbook writer
  • Howard S. Becker, American sociologist
  • Marty Beckerman, American writer
  • Jasmine Becket-Griffith, American artist
  • Fiona Beckett, English food writer
  • William Beckford, English novelist
  • Michael Bernard Beckwith, American new thought writer
  • Barbara Becnel, American political activist
  • Rexanne Becnel, American writer
  • Michael Bedard, Canadian children's writer
  • Samantha Bee, Canadian comedic actress and author
  • Steve Beebee, British journalist
  • Sarah Beeny, English property developer and author
  • Mark H. Beers, American physician
  • Paul Begala, American political consultant
  • Eve Beglarian, American composer and musician
  • Sharon Begley, American journalist
  • Michael J. Behe, American biochemist
  • Aphra Behn, British playwright
  • Ira Steven Behr, television producer
  • Genevieve Behrend, French writer
  • Greg Behrendt, American comedian
  • Sian Beilock, psychology professor
  • Marc Bekoff, American biologist
  • Nicole Belanger, Canadian novelist
  • Jordan Belfort, American motivational speaker
  • Acton Bell, British novelist
  • Anthea Bell, English translator
  • Art Bell, American broadcaster
  • E.T. Bell, Scottish-American mathematician and writer
  • Hilari Bell, American writer
  • Ted Bell, American writer
  • Robert N. Bellah, American sociologist
  • Jordie Bellaire, American cartoonist
  • Matt Bellassai, American comedian
  • David Bellavia, American veteran of the Iraqi war
  • Hilaire Belloc, Anglo-French writer and historian
  • Alex Bellos, British writer and broadcaster
  • Saul Bellow, Canadian-American writer
  • Claire Belton, American illustrator
  • Richard Belzer, American actor and comedian
  • Marsha Bemko, American television producer
  • Doron Ben-Ami, Israeli archaeologist
  • Peter Benchley, American author and screenwriter
  • Aimee Bender, American novelist and short-story writer
  • Jessica Bendinger, American writer
  • Elsie Lincoln Benedict, American psychologist
  • Gregory Benford, American science-fiction writer
  • Sandra Benitez, American writer
  • Medea Benjamin, American political activist
  • Arnold Bennett, English novelist
  • Christopher L. Bennett, American science-fiction writer
  • Jenn Bennett, American young-adult fiction writer
  • Joe Bennett, New Zealand writer
  • Marguerite Bennett, American comic-book writer
  • Ronan Bennett, British writer
  • Tony Bennett, American singer
  • William J. Bennett, American politician
  • Warren Bennis, American leadership expert
  • Hubert Benoit, Canadian politician
  • Herbert Benson, American medical doctor
  • Robert Hugh Benson, British writer and priest
  • E. C. Bentley, British writer
  • Peter J. Bentley, British writer and computer scientist
  • Peter Bently, British writer
  • Jim Benton, American illustrator
  • Itzhak Bentov, Israeli-American scientist and writer
  • Janine M. Benyus, American writer
  • A. J. Benza, American television personality
  • Rose Levy Beranbaum, American writer
  • Viken Berberian, American writer
  • Joachim-Ernst Berendt, German writer
  • A. Scott Berg, American biographer
  • Elizabeth Berg, American novelist
  • Candice Bergen, American model and actress
  • Peter L. Bergen, American journalist
  • Glen Berger, American writer
  • Jonah Berger, American marketer
  • Joseph Berger, American writer
  • Thomas Berger, American novelist
  • Jacques Bergier, French writer and scientist
  • Mara Bergman, American writer
  • Ronen Bergman, Israeli writer
  • Laurence Bergreen, American biographer and historian
  • Ari Berk, American writer
  • George Berkeley, Anglo-Irish philosopher
  • Carol Berkin, American historian
  • Laurie Berkner, American singer and songwriter
  • Bob Berkowitz, American journalist
  • Leslie Berlin, American historian
  • David Berlinski, American educator
  • Lyle Berman, American poker player
  • Rachael Bermingham, Australian television personality
  • A. R. Bernard, American clergyman
  • Jeremy Bernard, former American White House Social Secretary
  • Jessie Bernard, American sociologist
  • Michelle Bernard, American political analyst
  • Anne Bernays, American novelist
  • Catherine H. Berndt, Australian anthropologist
  • Ronald M. Berndt, Australian anthropologist
  • Suzanne Berne, American novelist
  • Andrew Bernstein, American philosopher
  • Carl Bernstein, American journalist
  • Gabrielle Bernstein, American motivational speaker
  • J. B. Bernstein, American sports agent
  • Theodore M. Bernstein, American newspaper editor
  • Yogi Berra, American baseball player
  • Don Berry, American artist and author
  • Jason Berry, American writer and film director
  • Jo Berry, British activist
  • Leonard L. Berry, American marketing professor
  • Lynne Berry, American writer
  • Steve Berry, American writer
  • Valerie Bertinelli, American actress
  • Adam Bertocci, American filmmaker
  • Nick Bertozzi, American comic writer
  • Alexander Berzin, American scholar
  • Annie Besant, British writer and scholar
  • Michael R. Beschloss, American historian
  • Alfred Bester, American science-fiction writer
  • John Gregory Betancourt, American writer
  • Matthew Betley, American writer
  • Bruno Bettelheim, Austrian-American psychiatrist
  • Frank Bettger, American self-help writer
  • Doris Betts, American writer
  • Uli Beutter Cohen, German-American writer and documentarian[52]
  • Scott Bevan, Australian journalist
  • Jo Beverley, British-Canadian author
  • Kirsten Beyer, American science-fiction writer


  • Monica Bhide, Indian-American chef and writer


  • Jello Biafra, American singer and songwriter
  • Mayim Bialik, American actress and neuroscientist
  • Jill Bialosky, American writer
  • Deborah Biancotti, Australian writer
  • David Bianculli, American television critic
  • Jake Bible, American science-fiction writer
  • Ilsa J. Bick, American writer
  • George Parker Bidder, British engineer
  • Jill Biden, American educator
  • Ambrose Bierce, American satirist
  • Big Freedia, American musician
  • Brian Biggs, American illustrator
  • Maxim Biller, German fiction writer
  • George Athan Billias, American historian
  • Brian Billick, American football player and coach
  • Andrew Billingsley, American sociologist
  • Franny Billingsley, American children's writer
  • ReShonda Tate Billingsley, American journalist
  • Randall N. Bills, American game designer
  • Maeve Binchy, Irish writer
  • Eando Binder, American duo of science-fiction writers
  • Howard Bingham, American photographer and businessman
  • John Bingham, English novelist
  • Mike Birbiglia, American comedian
  • Kai Bird, American journalist
  • Matt Birkbeck, American journalist and writer
  • William J Birnes, American author, editor and publisher
  • James E. Birren, American gerontologist
  • David Bischoff, American writer
  • Eric Bischoff, American wrestler
  • Paul Bishop, American detective and writer
  • Peter Biskind, American journalist
  • Simon Bisley, Graphic novelist
  • Marzia Bisognin, Italian youtuber
  • Tom Bissell, American journalist
  • Buzz Bissinger, American journalist
  • Neil Bissoondath, Canadian writer
  • Mark Bittman, American journalist and food writer
  • Livia Bitton-Jackson, American writer
  • Jerome Bixby, American short-story writer


  • Earl Black, American political scientist
  • Ethan Black, pseudonym for Bob Reiss, American writer
  • Holly Black, American writer of young adult and children's fantasy
  • Jack Black, professional burglar and author
  • Jenna Black, American author of paranormal romance novels, urban fantasy and young adult fantasy novels
  • Lewis Black, American stand-up comedian and social critic
  • Merle Black, American political scientist
  • Michael Ian Black, American comedian, writer and director
  • Ann Blackman, American author and biographer
  • Malorie Blackman, British author
  • R.D. Blackmore, English novelist
  • Ken Blackwell, American politician and activist
  • Algernon Blackwood, English short-story writer and novelist
  • Geoffrey Blainey, Australian historian
  • Gwenda Blair, American biographer
  • Peggy Blair, Canadian lawyer and author
  • Daniel Blake, pseudonym for Boris Starling, British novelist
  • William Blake, English poet
  • Lesley Blanch, British writer and historian
  • Francoise Blanchard, inventor and aviation pioneer
  • Kenneth Blanchard, American business writer
  • Peter Blau, American sociologist
  • R. O. Blechman, American artist
  • Erik Blegvad, British illustrator
  • David W. Blight, American historian
  • James Blish, American author
  • Barry Blitt, American political cartoonist
  • Robert Bloch, American novelist and short story writer
  • Joel Block, American psychologist
  • Lawrence Block, American writer
  • John Blofeld, British writer
  • Allan Bloom, American philosopher
  • Harold Bloom, American literary critic and writer
  • Joan W. Blos, American children's writer
  • Arlene Blum, American mountaineer
  • Kenneth Blum, American researcher
  • Judy Blume, American children's writer
  • Sidney Blumenthal, American political writer
  • Robert W. Bly, American writer


  • David Boaz, American libertarian, author and editor
  • Darrell L. Bock, American theologian
  • Emil Bock, German theologian
  • Alfie Boe, English actor and singer
  • Eric Boehlert, American writer
  • Donald Bogle, American film critic
  • Paul Bohannan, American anthropologist
  • Chris Bohjalian, American novelist
  • James Boice, American novelist
  • Derek Bok, American academic administrator and lawyer
  • Tonya Bolden, American author
  • Zhang Boli, Chinese author
  • Clint Bolick, American attorney and activist
  • Brian Bolland, British comics artist
  • Vanessa Bolosier, French Caribbean food writer
  • John Bolton, American lawyer and diplomat and National Security Advisor to United States President
  • Margaret Wander Bonanno, American science-fiction writer
  • Jay Bonansinga, American author
  • Nancy Bond, American author of children's literature
  • Nelson S. Bond, American writer
  • Matt Bondurant, American novelist
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German Lutheran pastor
  • Chris Bonington, British mountaineer
  • David Bonior, American politician
  • Fergus Bordewich, American historian
  • Deneen Borelli, American conservative writer
  • Gabor Boritt, American historian
  • Robert Bork, American legal scholar
  • Andy Borowitz, comedian and writer
  • Barbara Bottner, American author
  • Anthony Boucher, American writer
  • Pierre Boulle, French novelist
  • E. M. Bounds, American clergyman
  • Anthony Bourdain, American chef
  • Ben Bova, American science-fiction writer
  • Mark Bowden, American writer
  • B. M. Bower, American writer
  • Tamara Bower, American illustrator and author
  • C. J. Box, American writer
  • Rosie Boycott, British editor
  • Sandra Boynton, American humorist and illustrator
  • Anthony Bozza, American journalist


  • Leigh Brackett, American novelist and screenwriter
  • Ray Bradbury, American science fiction writer
  • Paige Braddock, American cartoonist
  • William Bradford, Plymouth Colony governor
  • Charles Bradlaugh, British freethinker and radical politician
  • Ben Bradlee, Executive Editor of the Washington Post
  • Quinn Bradlee, American writer
  • Adam Bradley, American literary critic
  • Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, American writer
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley, novelist and editor
  • Terry Bradshaw, American football quarterback
  • Joan Brady, American-British author
  • Joan Brady, Christian novelist
  • Tom Brady, American football quarterback
  • Claude Fayette Bragdon, American architect
  • George Brager, American social worker
  • Rick Bragg, American writer and journalist
  • Ajahn Brahm, Buddhist monk
  • Laurel Braitman, American writer
  • Gloria G. Brame, American sexologist
  • Steven J. Brams, American mathematician
  • Taylor Branch, American historian and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History
  • Max Brand, American novelist and short-story writer
  • Gary Brandner, American writer
  • Gyles Brandreth, British writer and broadcaster
  • H. W. Brands, American historian
  • Peter Brandvold, American writer
  • Richard Branson, English business magnate
  • Guy Branum, American actor and comedian
  • Liz Braswell, English-American writer of young adult novels
  • Rachel Brathen, Swedish yoga instructor
  • Susan Braudy, American journalist and author
  • Eddie Bravo, American martial artist
  • Donna Brazile, American author educator and political activist
  • David Breashears, American mountaineer
  • Berkeley Breathed, American cartoonist
  • Kate Brian, American writer
  • Scott Brick, American writer
  • Todd Bridges, American actor
  • Bill Bright, American evangelist
  • Susie Bright, American writer and feminist
  • Steven Brill, American writer and publisher
  • Carol Ryrie Brink, American children's writer
  • Douglas Brinkley, American historian
  • Daniel Garrison Brinton, American archaeologist and ethnologist
  • Jill Briscoe, British-American author, editor and speaker
  • Stuart Briscoe, American evangelist
  • Poppy Z. Brite, novelist, short-story and food writer
  • Romero Britto, Brazilian artist
  • Elise Broach, American writer
  • William Broad, American science and technology writer
  • David Brock, American journalist
  • John Brockman, American literary agent and author
  • Connie Brockway, American romance author
  • David S Broder, American journalist
  • Carlfred Broderick, American psychologist
  • David Brog, American writer
  • Tom Brokaw, American broadcast journalist
  • Urie Bronfenbrenner, American psychologist
  • Johannes Bronkhorst, Dutch Indologist
  • Po Bronson, American writer
  • Anne Brontë, British novelist and poet
  • Charlotte Brontë, British novelist and poet
  • Emily Brontë, British novelist and poet
  • Peter Brook, English theater and film director
  • Keith Brooke, British writer
  • Richard Brookhiser, American historian
  • Anita Brookner, British novelist and art historian
  • David Brooks, American journalist and commentator
  • Joanna Brooks, literary and religious scholar
  • Rosa Brooks, American legal academic
  • Allie Brosh, author of Hyperbole and a Half
  • Dr. Joyce Brothers, American psychologist and media personality
  • Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code and other thrillers
  • Abbie Farwell Brown, American writer
  • Brene Brown, American writer and professor
  • Claude Brown, American writer
  • Fredric Brown, American novelist
  • Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  • Marcia Brown, American children's illustrator and author
  • Margaret Wise Brown, American children's writer and editor
  • Sandra Brown, American novelist
  • Willie L. Brown, Jr., American politician
  • Honey Brown, Australian novelist
  • Sylvia Browne, American author
  • Dominique Browning, American magazine editor
  • Ashley Bryan, American children's writer and illustrator
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, Polish-American political scientist


  • Martin Buber, German-Jewish philosopher
  • Michael Bublé, Canadian singer, songwriter and actor
  • Kevin Bubriski, American photographer
  • Dan Bucatinsky, American actor
  • Edna Buchanan, American writer
  • Joan Juliet Buck, American actress and writer
  • Pearl Buck, American writer
  • Rinker Buck, American journalist and author
  • Robert N. Buck, American aviator
  • Tobias S. Buckell, Grenadian writer
  • Marcus Buckingham, British writer
  • Christopher Buckley, American novelist
  • Fiona Buckley, pseudonym for Valerie Anand, historical fiction author
  • Reid Buckley, speaker, writer, educator
  • Linda Buckley-Archer, British writer
  • Robert Buderi, journalist, author, and editor
  • Stephen Budiansky, American author
  • Algis Budrys, American writer
  • Robert Buettner, American writer
  • Howard Graham Buffett, American philanthropist
  • Warren Buffett, American business magnate
  • Vincent Bugliosi, American lawyer and true crime writer
  • Lois McMaster Bujold, American science-fiction writer
  • James Lee Burke, novelist
  • Shay Butler, vlogger also known as Shay Carl


  • Rhonda Byrne, Australian writer and author of The Secret


  • Scott Campbell, American artist known as Scott C.
  • Dale Carnegie, American writer and lecturer[53]
  • Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States
  • Carlos Castaneda, Peruvian-American author
  • Rebecca Chace, American novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and actor
  • Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States
  • Farai Chideya, African-American novelist, journalist and radio host
  • Robert Chrichton, American writer
  • Cassandra Clare, author of young adult novels and the Mortal Instruments series of books
  • Mary Higgins Clark, American suspense novelist
  • Bill Clegg, American author and literary agent
  • Pat Cleveland, American model
  • Hillary Clinton, American politician
  • Kresley Cole, American writer
  • Jackie Collins, British romance writer
  • Joan Collins, British actress
  • Larry Collins, American journalist[53]
  • Lisa Congdon, American illustrator and author
  • Shirley Conran, British writer[53]
  • John Connolly, Irish writer of Charlie Parker novels
  • Doreen Cronin, American children's book writer
  • Karen Crouse, American journalist and author[54]
  • Margery Cuyler, American children's book author


  • James Dashner, American writer of speculative fiction for young adults
  • Shane Dawson, American YouTube personality and comedian
  • Len Deighton, English writer[53]
  • Don DeLillo, American novelist and playwright
  • Nelson DeMille, American writer
  • Tony DiTerlizzi, American fantasy artist and children's book creator
  • Anthony Doerr, American writer
  • Hilary Duff, American actress and singer
  • Brian Dunning (born 1965), American writer, podcaster and producer who focuses on science and skepticism
  • Frederic S. Durbin, American author of fantasy and horror
  • Bob Dylan, American singer-songwriter and artist


  • Richard Engel, American media journalist
  • Justine Ezarik, American YouTube personality known as iJustine
  • Janet Evanovich, American mystery novelist of the Stephanie Plum series
  • Richard Paul Evans, American writer


  • Ian Falconer, American illustrator and children's book author
  • Warren Farrell, American writer, feminist and men's rights activist
  • Becca Fitpatrick, young adult novelist
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald, American novelist
  • Denise Fleming, American children's book illustrator and author
  • Vince Flynn, American author
  • Connor Franta, American YouTube personality
  • Marla Frazee, American author and illustrator and winner of Caldecott Honors
  • Bruce Jay Friedman, American novelist[53]


  • Mark Gatis, English actor, comedian, screenwriter and novelist
  • Lisa Genova, literary fiction author
  • Todd Glass, American comedian
  • Arun Gandhi, Indian activist
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin, American biographer and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History
  • Joey Graceffa, American YouTube personality
  • Philippa Gregory, British novelist
  • Holly Goddard Jones, American novelist
  • Graham Greene, English writer and novelist[53]


  • Tiffany Haddish, American comedian and actor
  • Margaret Peterson Haddix, American children's author
  • Gabbie Hanna, American Author & Musician
  • Jim Harrison, American novelist
  • Todd Hasak-Lowey, American writer
  • Louise Hawes, American author
  • Joseph Heller, American author
  • Ernest Hemingway, American novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize in literature
  • James Leo Herlihy, American writer[53]
  • Taraji P. Henson, American actress
  • Laura Z. Hobson, American novelist
  • Colleen Hoover, American young adult novelist
  • Ellen Hopkins, American young adult novelist
  • Deborah Hopkinson, American writer of historical fiction for children
  • Susan Howatch, British author[53]


  • Joseph Iannuzzi, American mob informant and cookbook author[53]
  • John Irving, American novelist and Academy-Award-winning screenwriter
  • Walter Isaacson, American journalist and editor



  • Garson Kanin, American writer and director of plays[53]
  • Joseph Kanon, novelist and publisher
  • Kitty Kelley, American biographer and journalist[53]
  • Walt Kelly, American cartoonist and writer, Pogo
  • Thomas Keneally, Australian novelist
  • Beth Kephart, American writer
  • Stephen King, American author of horror and fantasy
  • Karen Kingsbury, American Christian novelist
  • Uma Krishnaswami, Indian-American author of picture books and novels for children
  • William Kent Krueger, Minnesota author of police novels including 20 years of Cork O'Connor mysteries.


  • Wally Lamb, American novelist
  • Dominique LaPierre, French author[53]
  • Ursula K. Le Guin, American author of speculative fiction and winner of numerous awards
  • Jean-Yves Leloup, French theologian writer[55]
  • Doris Lessing, British novelist[53]
  • Meyer Levin, American novelist
  • Rush Limbaugh, American media personality
  • Joanna Lindsay, American romance writer
  • Ken Liu, American science-fiction writer
  • Mark Levin, American author and media personality
  • John Lescroart, American novelist and screenwriter
  • Robert Lindsey, American journalist and screenwriter[53]
  • Loren Long, American children's book author and illustrator


  • Richard Madeley, British media personality, journalist, and novelist
  • Lisa Marklund, Swedish journalist and crime writer
  • Isaac Marion, American novelist
  • Bill Martin, Jr., American educator, publisher and author of over 300 children's books
  • Lisa Matchev, American author of fantasy
  • Chris Matthews, American news anchor
  • Susan R. Matthews, American science fiction writer
  • Geraldine McCaughrean, British children's novelist
  • David McCullough, American historian and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book award
  • Frank McCourt, Irish-American writer and winner of the Pulitzer Prize
  • Patrick McGrath, British novelist living in the U.S.
  • Sophie McKenzie, British author of Young Adult Novels
  • Lisa McMann, American writer
  • Larry McMurtry, American novelist and Pulitzer prize winner for Lonesome Dove[53]
  • Shannon Messenger, American writer
  • Jessica Mitford, British writer and activist
  • Kate Morton, Australian novelist
  • Walter Mosely, African-American novelist of crime fiction.
  • Siddhartha Mukherjee, Indian American physician, author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer


  • Sylvia Nasar, German-American journalist
  • Andrew Neiderman, American novelist and also ghost writer for deceased author V. C. Andrews
  • Laurel Neme, American environmentalist and author
  • Audrey Niffenegger, author of bestselling novels including the Time Traveler's Wife
  • Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States



  • Anne Marie Pace, American writer
  • Jodi Picoult, American novelist
  • Chaim Potok, American rabbi and novelist
  • Michael Portillo, British journalist
  • Charles Portis, American actor[53]
  • Annie Proulx, novelist and winner of the Pulitzer Prize
  • Jodi Picoult, American novelist


  • Mark Radcliffe, English media personality, musician and writer
  • Gilda Radner, American comedian and actress
  • Issa Rae, American actress and writer
  • Dave Ramsey, American financial advisor, media personality and motivational speaker
  • James Wesley Rawles, American novelist and survivalist
  • Rachael Ray, chef and cookbook author
  • Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States
  • Eliza Reid, Canadian-Icelandic writer and First Lady of Iceland.[56]
  • Adam Rex, American illustrator and writer of children's books
  • Richard Rhodes, American historian and winner of the Pulitzer Prize
  • Mordechi Richler, Canadian author, screenwriter and essayist[53]
  • James Riley, American novelist
  • Harold Robbins, American novelist
  • Jeff Rovin, American writer and novelist
  • Ann Rule, true crime writer
  • Rachel Renee Russell, American author of the children's series, Dork Diaries
  • Cornelius Ryan, Irish journalist and military history author[53]


  • Dan Santat, American author and Caldecott winner
  • Adam Savage, television host and maker
  • Liz Garton Scanlon, American children's book author
  • Ke$ha Sebert, American singer and songwriter
  • Amy Schumer, American actress and comedian
  • Shel Silverstein, American poet and author of children's books
  • Nikki Sixx, American musician
  • Sister Soujah, American author and activist
  • Andrew A. Smith, author of young adult novels and series
  • J.J. Smith, American author and nutritionist
  • Tom Rob Smith, English novelist
  • Andrew Solomon, journalist and winner of the National Book Award
  • Sonya Sones, American poet and author
  • Bruce Springsteen, American rock singer-songwriter
  • Doug Stanton, American writer
  • Howard Stern, American radio personality
  • R.L. Stine, American novelist of children's fiction
  • Vickie Stringer, American novelist
  • Jacqueline Susann, American novelist and actress[53]
  • Kevin Sylvester, Canadian writer and cartoonist


  • Hunter S. Thompson, American journalist and author
  • Kay Thompson, American actress and creator of the Eliose children's books
  • Brad Thor, thriller novelist
  • Maggie Thrash, American young adult fiction writer
  • Anna Todd, author of fanfiction
  • Donald Trump, American businessman and 45th President of the United States
  • Tina Turner, American-born Swiss singer, dancer and actress


  • Blair Underwood, American actor


  • Catherynne M. Valente, American author
  • Genevieve Valentine, American science-fiction and fantasy author
  • Hendrik Willem van Loon, Dutch-American historian and author


  • Jeannette Walls, American journalist and author
  • Ruth Ware, British author of crime thrillers
  • Jesmyn Ward, American writer
  • Andrew Weil, American doctor and author
  • Jennifer Weiner, American novelist
  • Lauren Weisberger, American novelist
  • William H. Whyte, American sociologist[53]
  • Eric Wight, American comics artist
  • Sloan Wilson, American novelist[53]
  • Ellen Wittlinger, American young adult novelist
  • Richard B. Wright, Canadian novelist
  • P. G. Wodehouse, British-American novelist
  • Maryse Wolinski, French writer and journalist
  • Bob Woodward, American journalist and non-fiction author
  • Thomas Wolfe, American novelist


  • Jane Yolen, American speculative fiction and children's writer


  • Zane, erotic fiction novelist


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