Guidance on how to pronounce author names, for authors whose last name begins with "G"!

Author Pronunciations

37 last names beginning with "G"

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gabble-dn
AY-zha GAY-buhl. Like the words "Asia" and "gable."
kneel gay-mn
guh-LAH-see
gull-chen (approx)
Sounds like gallon
gan-tose (to quote the author, the second syllable rhymes with verbose)
Ahn-noo Gahr-g
middle name is pronounced loo-is
Gows
atool ga-wan-day
AL-is-ter jee
Pronounced like genie - jee-nee
JEN-oh-ways
MORE-di-kie ger-steen (middle syllable of first name is a short i; last syllable rhymes with 'hi'
Loo-is
GESS-en, rhymes with yes
cam-ILL-uh
ry-lee (first syllable rhymes with bye). Giff has a hard g
approximately pow-lo jaw-darno
GOT-leeb
GEUH-doh
goold
gor-LAY
GOH-vee-ay
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