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Alan Charles Brownjohn FRSL (born 28 July 1931) is an English poet and novelist.
Alan Sillitoe (4 March 192825 April 2010) was an English writer and one of the so-called "angry young men" of the 1950s.
Andrew Cowan (born 1960) is an English novelist and Director of the Creative Writing programme at the University of East Anglia.
The Authors' Club is a British membership organisation established as a place where writers could meet and talk.
Barry England (16 March 1932 – 21 May 2009) was an English novelist and playwright.
James Brian Clarke (born 1938) is an English author, journalist and angler.
Brian Moore (25 August 1921 – 11 January 1999), who has been described as "one of the few genuine masters of the contemporary novel", was a novelist and screenwriter from Northern Ireland who emigrated to Canada and later lived in the United States.
The British Council is a British organisation specialising in international cultural and educational opportunities.
Carl Tighe (born 26 April 1950) is a British writer, essayist, novelist, and poet.
City of Bohane is the debut novel by Ireland's Kevin Barry.
Dan Rhodes (born 1972) is an English writer, possibly best known for the novel Timoleon Vieta Come Home (2003), a subversion of the popular Lassie Come Home movie.
John David Caute (born 16 December 1936 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a British author, novelist, playwright, historian and journalist.
David George Rubin (March 27, 1924 - February 2, 2008) was an American novelist and translator.
A debut novel is the first novel a novelist publishes.
Diran Adebayo FRSL (born 30 August 1968) is a British novelist, cultural critic and academic best known for his stylish, inventive tales of London and the lives of African diasporans.
Edmund Ward (February 23, 1928 – July 12, 1993) was a British novelist and screenwriter.
Figures in a Landscape was Barry England's first novel.
Frances Vernon (1963–1991) was a British novelist.
Gilbert Adair (29 December 19448 December 2011) was a Scottish novelist, poet, film critic and journalist.
Harry Saul Bloom (1 January 1913 – 28 July 1981) was a South African journalist, novelist, activist and lecturer.
Henry Shukman (born 1962 in Oxford, Oxfordshire) is an English poet and writer.
Jackie Kay MBE FRSE (born 9 November 1961) is a Scottish poet and novelist.
David James Mossman (10 September 1926 – 5 April 1971) was a British journalist, broadcaster, a TV reporter, film-maker, interviewer and former MI6 agent with a famously acerbic interviewing style.
Jennifer Johnston (born 12 January 1930 in Dublin) is an Irish novelist.
John George Pearson (born 5 October 1930) is an English novelist and an author of biographies, notably of Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond, and of the Kray twins.
Jonathan Kemp (born 1967) is an English writer.
Judith Hearne (later republished as The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne), was regarded by Northern Irish-Canadian writer Brian Moore as his first novel.
Katharine Gordon (born 1916) is a British author who wrote eight romance novels from 1978 to 2001.
Kevin Barry (born 1969) in Limerick City is an Irish writer.
Laura Mary Catherine Beatty (née Keen; born 1 May 1963) is a writer awarded the Authors' Club First Novel Award for her 2008 novel Pollard, also shortlisted for the Ondaatje Prize.
Leslie Thomas, OBE (22 March 1931 – 6 May 2014) was a Welsh author best known for his comic novel The Virgin Soldiers.
Lindsey Davis (born 1949) is an English historical novelist, best known as the author of the Falco series of historical crime stories set in ancient Rome and its empire.
Lionel Davidson FRSL (31 March 192221 October 2009) was an English novelist who wrote spy thrillers.
Martin Page (30 June 1938 - 10 September 2003) was a British writer and journalist who founded Business Traveler magazine.
Mick Jackson (born 1960) is a British writer from England, best known for his novel The Underground Man (1997).
Nadeem Aslam FRSL (born 11 July 1966 in Gujranwala, Pakistan) is a prize-winning British Pakistani novelist.
Neil Griffiths is a British novelist, and the founder of the Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses.
Nicola Monaghan is an English novelist and author of The Killing Jar, Starfishing and The Okinawa Dragon.
Paul Bailey (born 16 February 1937) is a British novelist and critic, as well as a biographer of Cynthia Payne and Quentin Crisp.
Peter Benson is the author of novels, plays and short stories, and has been described by the London Evening Standard as having 'one of the most distinctive voices in modern British fiction'.
Peter Tinniswood (21 December 1936 – 9 January 2003) was an English radio and TV comedy scriptwriter, and author of a series of popular cricketing novels.
Pollard is the debut novel of Laura Beatty, first published in hardback in 2008 by Chatto & Windus and the following year in paperback by Vintage Books.
Rachel Holmes Ingalls (born 1940) is an American-born author who has lived in the United Kingdom, since 1965.
Ready Player One is a 2011 science fiction novel, and the debut novel of American author Ernest Cline.
Rhidian Brook (born 1964) is a Welsh novelist, screenwriter and broadcaster.
Cecil Robin Douglas-Home (8 May 1932 – 15 October 1968) was a Scottish aristocrat, jazz pianist and author.
Ros Barber (born 25 January 1964) is a British novelist, poet, and academic.
Rosemary Hawley Jarman (27 April 1935 – 17 March 2015) was an English novelist and writer of short stories.
Segun Afolabi is a Nigerian novelist and short story writer, born in Kaduna, Nigeria, in 1966.
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is the first novel by British author Alan Sillitoe and won the Author's Club First Novel Award.
Susan Fletcher (born 1979) is a British novelist.
The Holy Innocents (1988) is a novel by Gilbert Adair about incestuous siblings and the stranger who enters their world.
The Killing Jar (Chatto and Windus) is the debut novel of Nicola Monaghan, published in March 2006.
The Night of Wenceslas is the debut novel of British thriller and crime writer Lionel Davidson.
The Silver Pigs is a 1989 historical mystery crime novel by Lindsey Davis and the first book in the Marcus Didius Falco Mysteries series.
The Underground Man (1997) is a novel by Mick Jackson.
The Virgin Soldiers is a 1966 comic novel by Leslie Thomas, inspired by his own experiences of National Service in the British Army.
Timoleon Vieta Come Home: A Sentimental Journey (2003) is a novel by British author Dan Rhodes, a parody of the classic Lassie Come Home film.