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The first thing to know about David Duchovny the novelist is that he’s serious about being David Duchovny the novelist.David Duchovny wants to be taken seriously as a novelist. His new book makes a good case.|Mark Athitakis|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
He studied film, become an avid gamer and was an aspiring graphic novelist.Science Might Finally Have a Fix for This Rare Blood Disorder|Nick Fouriezos|December 15, 2020|Ozy
I now think that what I was really moving toward was the use of scientific research to answer some of the questions raised by the novelists I’d read as a younger person.Catherine Dulac Finds Brain Circuitry Behind Sex-Specific Behaviors|Claudia Dreifus|December 14, 2020|Quanta Magazine
With the skill of a novelist, she illuminates Rich’s life from her birth in Baltimore in 1929 to her death in Santa Cruz, Calif, in 2012.
Absent any satisfying explanation of why the country is Krak’d out, we turned to the “prince of paleo-fiction,” a novelist named Max Hawthorne, who wrote a trilogy of Kraken-centric books.
A young novelist dies, the American military is betrayed and James Patterson is profiled.The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Dec 29-Jan 4, 2014|William Boot|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
“You have to be slightly innocent to be a novelist,” Martin Amis has observed.
Mailer would argue, for example, that timidity does more harm to the novelist than donning a mask of extreme self-confidence.
She is a novelist and former journalist who has reported from Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Russia.
Like any good suspense novelist, Shields is a master of evasion and sleight-of-hand.
Richard Cumberland died; eminent as a British poet, essayist, novelist and dramatic writer.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Near at hand is the home where Anthony Trollope, the novelist, lived for many years, and his sister is buried in the churchyard.
"That is exactly my object in asking you to meet me here, Enid," said the novelist, his countenance still thoughtful and serious.
One wonders why the great novelist and preacher spent so many years of his life here.
"I hardly know," was the novelist's reply, as in a navy serge suit he leaned near the window which overlooked the Thames.