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American novelist and playwright, 10 novels = southern, gothic, west and post - apocalyptic genres
William S. Burroughs
American novelist, essayist, social critic, painter and spoken word performer, lived in Lawrence (1981-1997), drugy (opium)
William S. Burroughs's 4 series?
Linear, cut-up, expimentation & subversion and The Red Night Trilogy
Octavia Butler (woman thrown back to slavery)
"Kindred" (Dana-go back in time to make sure exsistence)
Phillip K. Dick (general)
American novelist, short story writer and essayist, published entirely scifi genre, can't write if not high
Phillip K. Dick (short stories)
"Imposter", "Golden Man", "Paycheck" and "We can Remember it for you Wholesale"
Bret Easton Ellis
American novelist and short story writer, literature Brat Pack, gay but doesn't confirm
Bret Easton Ellis (1980 winter break = drugs, one night stand, back with Blaire, Julian = friend/ prostitute)
"Less Than Zero"
Ursula K. Le Guin
American author has written novels, poems, child books, essays, and short stories, genres = scifi and fantasy
Ursula K. Le Guin (1st race expand = League of All Worlds, sex urge (no gender) in winter planet)
"The Left Hand of Darkness"
Tim O' Brien (general)
American novelist who mainly writes about expience in Vietnam War and impact on soldiers
Kurt Vonnegut (general)
American novelist who wrote works blending satire, black comedy and scifi, attended University of Iowa workshop
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