Authors

This page provides a list of books, poems, essays, and short stories that have been reviewed on this site, grouped by author’s name. Authors are alphabetized by last name, and then include a list of the author’s reviewed works with links to the respective posts. Read on…

A:

Abbey, Edward

Adams, Douglas

  • Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GalaxyView Post

Aguirre-Sacasa, Roberto

  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 1View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 2View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 3View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 4View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 5View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 6View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 7View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 8View Post
  • Afterlife with Archie: Issue 9View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 1View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 2View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 3 View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 4View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 5View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 6View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 7View Post
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Issue 8 View Post

Alderman, Naomi

Aman, Nissim

  • Catching the Lizard by the TailView Post

Anderson, Ian

Aslan, Reza

Auden, W. H.

  • Lady, Weeping at the CrossroadsView Post

B:

Ballard, Byron

Barnhill, Kelly

Barris, Chuck

Baudelaire, Charles

Bellamy, Francis

Blake, William

Blavatsky, H. P.

Bloom, Harold

Brautigan, Richard

Brown, Dan

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

  • Sonnet 43 – How do I love thee? Let me count the waysView Post

Burau, Caroline

  • Answering 911: Life in the Hot SeatView Post

Bush, George W.

Byron, Lord (George Gordon)

C:

Cervantes

  • Don Quixote:
    • Part 1: On the Addictive Power of Books — View Post
    • Part 2: At the Crossroads — View Post
    • Part 3: Saintly Sancho Panza, a Christ Symbol — View Post
    • Part 4: The Portrayal of Women — View Post
    • Part 5: A Sonnet on Sancho Panza — View Post
    • Part 6: The Symbolism of the Cave — View Post
    • Part 7: The Stream of the Subconscious — View Post
    • Part 8: Anti-Government Sentiment — View Post
    • Part 9: Final Thoughts — View Post

Chbosky, Stephen

Christie, Agatha

Ciesco, Dielle

Cline, Ernest

Coelho, Paulo

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

Collins, Suzanne

Courtenay, Bryce

Cross, George

Crowley, Aleister

D:

Dass, Ram

de Nerval, Gerard

Deren, Maya

Dickens, Charles

Dickinson, Emily

  • Poem #7: The feet of people walking homeView Post
  • Poem #11: I never told the buried goldView Post
  • There is Another SkyView Post

Dickey, James

Doescher, Ian

  • William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, A New HopeView Post

E:

Eco, Umberto

Ehrmann, Max

Eliot, T. S.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

Evans-Pritchard, E. E.

  • Witchcraft, Oracles, and Magic Among the AzandeView Post

Evans-Wendt (translation)

F:

Flynn, Gillian

Forcellino, Antonio

  • Michelangelo: A Tormented LifeView Post

Frost, Robert

Furst, Alan

G:

Gaiman, Neil

Gibson, William

Ginsberg, Allen

Giovanni, Nikki

Gloeckner, Phoebe

Grell, Mike

  • Green Arrow: The Longbow HuntersView Post

Grossman, Lev

H:

Haggard, H. Rider

Hamilton, Gabrielle

Hanh, Thich Nhat

  • Fear: Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the StormView Post

Hanson, Rick

Harkness, Deborah

Hawking, Stephen

Hawthorne, Nathaniel

Hemingway, Ernest

Henry, O.

Homer

Hossieni, Khaled

Hugo, Victor

Hunt, James Henry Leigh

I:

Irving, Washington

Ishiguro, Kazuo

J:

Jefferson, Thomas

Jones, Marie & Flaxman, Larry

Joyce, James

K:

Kabat-Zinn, Jon

  • Meditation is not What You ThinkView Post

Kantner, Paul

  • Have You Seen the Stars ToniteView Post

Keats, John

Kerouac, Jack

Kiernan, Denise

Kimmerer, Robin Wall

Kirkman and Azaceta

Kornfield, Jack

Krakauer, Jon

L:

Lake, Greg

  • I Believe in Father ChristmasView Post

Larson, Hope

  • Madeleine L’Engle’s “A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel”View Post

Lao Tzu

Le Guin, Ursula K.

Lee, Harper

Lewis, John and Aydin, Andrew

Lovecraft, H. P.

M:

MacFarquhar, Larissa

Marlantes, Karl

Martin, George R.R.

McKenna, Terence

McLain, Paula

Millman, Dan

Mitchell, David

Mitchell, Stephen (translator)

Moliere

Moore, Alan

Morgenstern, Erin

Morrison, Jim

Muhammad

O:

O’Malley, Bryan Lee

  • Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little LifeView Post

Obreht, Tea

Orange, Tommy

Orwell, George

P:

Paine, Thomas

Paracelsus

Plato

Poe, Edgar Allan

Pratchett, Terry

Proulx, E. Annie

R:

Rice, Anne

Rich, C.

Riggs, Ransom

Rimbaud, Arthur

Robinson, Mary

Rowling, J.K.

Rushdie, Salman

S:

Sassoon, Siegfried

Saunders, George

Seuss, Dr.

Shakespeare, William

Shatner, William

Shelley, Mary

Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Smith, Dave

Smith, Patti

Snyder, Scott

Southey, Robert

Spiegelman, Art

Stevens, Wallace

Stevenson, Robert Louis

Sturluson, Snorre

Sudo, Philip Toshio

T:

Tartt, Donna

Taylor, Jill Bolte

Thayer, Ernest

Thomas, Dylan

  • A Child’s Christmas in WalesView Post

Thomason, Dustin

Thoreau, Henry David

Tillman, Terry

Tippett, Krista

Transnomer, Tomas

Twain, Mark

  • Adventures of Huckleberry FinnView Post

V:

Various Writers

  • Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (script)View Post
  • US Constitution: Article II, Section 2, Clause 2View Post
  • US Constitution: Second AmendmentView Post

Vlahos, Len

W:

Walker, Alice

Wallace, David Foster

Watts, Alan

Wecker, Helene

Wells, H. G.

Whitehead, Colson

Whitman, Walt

Wilde, Oscar

Wiloughby, Harold R.

Wolfe, Thomas

Wordsworth, William

  • It is a beauteous evening, calm and freeView Post
  • Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern AbbeyView Post
  • Lines Left Upon a Seat in a Yew-treeView Post
  • Lines Written in Early SpringView Post
  • My Heart Leaps Up When I BeholdView Post
  • Reverie of Poor SusanView Post
  • Scorn Not the Sonnet; Critic, You Have FrownedView Post
  • World is Too Much With UsView Post

Y:

Yan, Mo

Yeats, William Butler

Yogananda, Paramahansa

Z:

Zusak, Markus

 

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