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  • Alex Taylor
    Alex Taylor has worked as a day laborer on tobacco farms, as a car detailer at a used automotive lot, as a sorghum peddler, as a tender of suburban lawns, at various fast food chains, and at a ...

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  • Andrew  Taylor
    Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor (b. 1951) grew up in East Anglia and was educated at The King's School in Norfolk, and Woodbridge School in Suffolk. He read English at Emmanuel College Cambridge, and and has an MA in ...

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  • Ann Kidd Taylor
    Ann Kidd Taylor is the coauthor of the New York Times bestselling memoir Traveling with Pomegranates. She lives in Florida with her husband and son.

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  • Astra Taylor
    Astra Taylor is a writer and documentary filmmaker. Her films include Zizek!, a feature documentary about the world's most outrageous philosopher, which was broadcast on the Sundance Channel, and ...

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  • Brandon Taylor
    Brandon Taylor is the senior editor of Electric Literature's Recommended Reading and a staff writer at Literary Hub. His writing has earned him fellowships from Lambda Literary Foundation, Kimbilio ...

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  • Cory Taylor
    Cory Taylor was an award-winning novelist and screenwriter who also published short fiction and children's books. Her first novel, Me and Mr. Booker, won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize (Pacific ...

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  • D. J. Taylor
    D. J. Taylor was born in Norwich in 1960. He is a novelist, critic and acclaimed biographer. His Orwell: The Life won the Whitbread Biography of the Year for 2003. His novel is Kept: a Victorian ...

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  • David C. Taylor
    David C. Taylor was born and raised in New York City. He spent twenty years in Los Angeles writing for television and the movies. He has published short stories and magazine articles, and has had an ...

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