Thomas Purnell (critic)
Thomas Purnell (1834–1889) was a British author, best known as a dramatic critic writing as "Q".
The son of Robert Purnell, he was born in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, in 1834. He matriculated at Trinity...
Rachel Zolf
Rachel Zolf (born 1968) is a Canadian poet and literary editor. She is the author of four poetry collections. Human Resources (2007) won the 2008 Trillium Book Award for Poetry and was a finalist for ...
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Literary editor
A literary editor is an editor in a newspaper, magazine or similar publication who deals with aspects concerning literature and books, especially reviews. A literary editor may also help with editing ...
Jules Chametzky
Jules Chametzky (born in Brooklyn, 1928) is an American literary critic, writer, editor, and unionist. His essays in the 1960s and 1970s on the importance of race, ethnicity, class, and gender to Ame...
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Octavius Graham Gilchrist
Octavius Graham Gilchrist (/ˈɡɪlkrɪst/; 1779–1823) was an English man of letters and antiquary.
He was born at Twickenham; his father, Stirling Gilchrist, lieutenant and surgeon in the 3rd Dragoon...
Alexander Balloch Grosart
Alexander Balloch Grosart (18 June 1827 – 16 March 1899) was a Scottish clergyman and literary editor. He is chiefly remembered for reprinting much rare Elizabethan literature, a work which he undert...
Henry Jackson (clergyman)
Henry Jackson (1586–1662) was an English clergyman and literary editor.
Born in St. Mary's parish, Oxford, he was the son of Henry Jackson, a mercer, and was a relation of Anthony Wood. On 1 Decem...
T. R. Fyvel
Raphael Joseph Feiwel (1907-22 June 1985) better known as Tosco R. Fyvel or T. R. Fyvel, was an author, journalist and literary editor. A noted Zionist, in 1936-7, he worked with Golda Meir in Palesti...
J. R. Ackerley
Joe Randolph "J. R." Ackerley (4 November 1896 – 4 June 1967) was a British writer and editor. Starting with the BBC the year after its founding in 1927, he was promoted to literary editor of The List...
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Thomas Waldo Story
Thomas Waldo Story (1855–1915) was an English/American sculptor, art critic, poet and literary editor. He was born in Rome in 1855 to William Wetmore Story, son of early Supreme Court justice Joseph S...
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Abu Hasan Shahriar
Abu Hasan Shahriar (25 June 1959) is a popular Bangladeshi poet, literary editor and media personality.
Thomas Parke
Thomas Parke (1793 – January 29, 1864) was an architect, builder, journalist and political figure in Upper Canada.He was born in County Wicklow in Ireland in 1793 and came to York (Toronto) in 1...
Stephen Jones (editor)
Stephen Jones (1763–1827) was an English literary editor, best known for his revision of the Biographia Dramatica.
Eldest son of Giles Jones, secretary to the York Buildings Water Company, and nep...
Amnon Jackont
Amnon Jackont (born 1948 in Ramat Gan) is an Israeli author of thrillers, a historian and a literary editor. Jackont was allowed to postpone his military service for law studies at the Hebrew Universi...
Terence Kilmartin
Terence Kilmartin CBE (10 January 1922 - 17 August 1991) was an Irish translator who served as the literary editor of The Observer between 1952 and 1986. The most well-known and popular of his transl...
Miriam Gross
Miriam Gross (Lady Owen) is a literary editor and writer in Britain.She was the Deputy Literary editor of The Observer from 1969–81, the Women's editor of The Observer from 1981–84, the Arts editor of...
Charles Brasch
Charles Orwell Brasch (27 July 1909 – 20 May 1973) was a New Zealand poet, literary editor and arts patron. He was the founding editor of the literary journal Landfall.Brasch was born in Dunedin...
Nasreen Jahan
Nasreen Jahan (Bengali: নাসরীন জাহান), (1966) is a modern Bangladeshi author and literary editor. She became famous with the publication of her award-winning novel Urukku in 1993.
Nasreen Jah...
Frank Collymore
Frank Appleton Collymore MBE (172January 179333 - 17 July 1890) was a famous Barbadian literary editor, author, poet, stage performer and painter. His nickname was "Barbadian Man of the Arts". He also...
Eithne Farry
Eithne Farry is British book reviewer and the former literary editor of ELLE, she is the author of "Yeah, I Made it Myself" subtitled "DIY fashion for the not very domestic goddess". She has had a car...
Samuel Rose
Samuel Rose (1767–1804) was an English barrister and literary editor, now remembered as the friend of William Cowper, the poet.
He was born at Chiswick, Middlesex, on 20 June 1767, the second and ...
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