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Stephen E. Kekeghe

Stephen Kekeghe was born in 1982 and grew up in the Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. He holds a BA in English from Delta State University, Abraka, and an MA in...

Madeline Earp

Madeline Earp is a China freedom of expression expert and research analyst for Asia with Freedom House's annual Freedom on the Net internet freedom index. She was formerly the senior Asia...

Isabelle Eberhardt

Isabelle Eberhardt was born in 1877 and died in 1904. She lived and traveled extensively in North Africa. Her travel writings appeared in book form and and in French newspapers, such as...

Robyn Eckhardt

Robyn Eckhardt is a writer based in Kuala Lumpur. She publishes the food blog EatingAsia with her husband, photographer David Hagerman.

Christophe Ngalle Edimo

Christophe Ngalle Edimo was born in France but raised in Cameroon. He holds degrees in sciences from the University of Créteil in France and in literature from the University of...

Juan Eduardo Zúñiga

Juan Eduardo Zúñiga was born in Madrid and in college studied philosophy and fine art, specializing in Slavic languages. His first book, Inútiles totals, came out in 1951,...

Ray Edwards

Ray Edwards began to learn Cornish after taking early retirement from teaching languages in 1980. After passing the three examinations of the Cornish Language Board and being made a Bard of...

Yavuz Ekinci

Yavuz Ekinci was born in 1979 in the village of Yediboluk in Batman. A graduate of the Dicle University Faculty of Education, Ekinci is currently a teacher in Batman as well as a graduate student...

Najat El Hachmi

Najat El Hachmi was born in Morocco in 1979 and moved to Spain in 1987. She has a degree in Arab Studies from the University of Barcelona. Her first novel L’últim patriarca (Planeta,...

Mohammed El Khadiri

Mohamed El Khadiri, born in 1986, is a journalist and writer. He graduated from the Université d’Aix-Marseille. He is the author of a book of poetry written in Arabic whose title...

Nawal El Saadawi

Nawal El Saadawi is a world-renowned writer. She is a novelist, a psychiatrist, and the author of more than forty books of fiction and nonfiction. She writes in Arabic and lives in Egypt. Her...

Lenin El-Ramly

Lenin El-Ramly was born in 1945. He is not only a playwright, but a writer for television and film, a producer of theater and film, and a company manager. His expressionism and his penchant for...

Mahmoud El-Wardani

Mahmoud El-Wardani (born Cairo, 1950) has published six novels and several collections of short stories. Typically his works are dispassionate and discontinuous depictions of ambiguous,...

Þórarinn Eldjárn

Þórarinn Eldjárn was born in Reykjavík on August 22 1949. He studied literature and philosophy at the University of Lund in Sweden and, Icelandic at the University of...

Rita Molina Elias

Rita Molina Elias has Tacuaro, Chilchota, and Michoacan heritage.

Gyrðir Elíasson

Gyrðir Elíasson (b. 1961 in Reykjavík) is an Icelandic poet and translator, brought up in Sauðárkrókur, a small village in the north of Iceland. Married, he has...

Meira Eliot

Born in North Yorkshire in the UK, Meira Eliot graduated in Middle Eastern Studies at Durham University, going on to take a doctorate in Social Anthropology at Oxford, where her main interest was...

Robert Elliot

Robert Elliot has been an active campaigner and writer against racism and intolerance in Italian society since moving from his native London to Ferrara in 1983, where, in the early 1990s, he...

Nicolle Elizabeth

Nicolle Elizabeth is a Brooklyn based fiction writer, editor and observer. She won the 2007 National Outstanding Haiku contest and won't let anybody forget it.

Abidah El Khalieqy

Abidah El Khalieqy was born in 1965 in Jombang, East Java. This graduate of Ma’had Modern Putri PERSIS Bangil, Pasuruhan and IAIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta began to write in her youth and...

Bonnie Elliott

Born to a Japanese mother and Irish-American father in Zushi, Japan, Bonnie Elliott splits both heart and mind equally between the two cultures. Her love of Japanese literature and culture is...

Tarek Eltayeb

Tarek Eltayeb was born to Sudanese parents in Cairo in 1959. He has been living in Vienna since 1984. After studying at the Institute for Economic Philosophy of Vienna’s University of...

Juan Emar

Juan Emar was the pen name of Álvaro Yáñez Bianchi (1893-1964). He was the son of an influential politician and diplomat, and he lived intermittently between Santiago and...

Maxence Emery

Maxence Emery is a multifaceted author. A globetrotter and photographer, he photographed homeless people for Maximilien Le Roy's book Hosni. He met Alejandro González Raga in...

Karen Emmerich

Karen Emmerich is a translator of Modern Greek poetry and prose. Her translations include Rien ne va plus by Margarita Karapanou, Landscape with Dog and Other Stories by Ersi...

Michael Emmerich

Michael Emmerich is an associate professor in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of "The Tale of Genji": Translation,...

Fumiko Enchi

Fumiko Enchi (1905–1986) was a Japanese novelist and literary critic. The daughter of a well-known Japanese literary scholar, she first wrote for the theater, later turning to novels and...

EnJoe Toh

EnJoe Toh won the 2012 Akutagawa Prize for "Dokeshi no cho" (The Clown's Butterfly).

Anna Enquist

Anna Enquist (b. 1945) is one of the most popular writers in the Netherlands. She trained in piano at the academy of music in The Hague and at the same time studied psychology in Leiden. When...

Álvaro Enrigue

Álvaro Enrigue is a writer and editor. His first novel, La muerte de un instalador, won the Joaquín Mortiz Prize in 1996. His second novel, El cementerio de sillas (Lengua de...

Mariana Enriquez

Mariana Enriquez is a writer and editor based in Buenos Aires, where she contributes both fiction and nonfiction to a number of newspapers and literary journals. Photo: Nora Lezano

Eom Jeong-Hui

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Alex Epstein

Alex Epstein was born in Leningrad and has been living in Israel since the age of eight. Widely translated, Epstein is the author of three collections of short stories, most recently La-Kachol...

Stephen Epstein

Stephen Epstein serves as both the Director of the Asian Studies Institute and a member of the Classics Programme at the Victoria University of Wellington in Wellington, New Zealand. His...

Zhang Er

Zhang Er was born in Beijing, China, and moved to the United States in 1986. Collections of her work in Chinese include Seen, Unseen, published by QingHai Publishing House of China in 1999, and...

Seyhan Erözçelik

Seyhan Erözçelik was born in 1962 in Bartin, a town in the Black Sea region. He studied psychology at Boğazici University and Oriental languages at Istanbul University. In 1986, he...

Nazli Eray

Nazli Eray was born in Ankara, Turkey. After attending the English Girls Secondary School, İstanbul Arnavutköy American Girls College, and İstanbul University Faculty of Law, she...

Asli Erdogan

Asli Erdogan holds an MS degree in physics from Bogazici University in Istanbul. Anthropology and Indian American culture are among her areas of interest. A widely-traveled writer, Erdogan...

Virág Erdős

Virág Erdős (b. 1968) is a freelance writer, poet, and playwright. She is best known for two collections of short stories and prose poems, Lenni jó (Good to Be Alive, 2000), and...

Mikhail Eremin

Mikhail Eremin has lived in St. Petersburg since before WW II, writing and publishing very sparsely for over a half-century in a peculiar kind of highly respected anonymity, his work having the...

Sine Ergün

Sine Ergün (1982) is a writer based in Istanbul, Turkey. She has published three books: Burası Tekin Değil (It’s Not Safe Here, Yitik Ülke Publishing, 2010; Can...

Jenny Erpenbeck

Jenny Erpenbeck (b. 1967) works as a freelance writer and director in Berlin. Her publications in English include The Old Child (New Directions, 2005)and The Book of Words (New Directions,...

Gao Ertai

Gao Ertai is an artist, calligrapher, writer, critic, and philosopher. He has published four collections of essays on beauty and freedom in Chinese. Parts of In Search of My Homeland have been...

Ioan Es. Pop

Ioan Es. Pop was born March 27, 1958 in V�rai, Maramure� (in the northwest of Romania). His books include No Way Out of Hadesburg (Ieudul...

Osama Esber

Osama Esber is a poet, short-story writer, publisher, and translator. He is a member of the editorial board of Fiker [Thought] and director of the publishing house Bidayat [Beginnings]....

Andreas Eschbach

Andreas Eschbach, born in 1959 in Ulm, studied aviation and aerospace engineering and worked as a software developer. He is the author of Die Haarteppichknüpfer, Das Jesus Video, Der letzte...

Melba Escobar

Melba Escobar (Colombia, 1976) is a writer. She has a column at the Colombian newspapers El Espectador and El País. Her novel La casa de la belleza was chosen as one of the best books of...

Elham Eshraghi

Elham Eshraghi was born in the town of Golpayegan, Iran in 1974. She lived with her grandmother until the age of six and retraces her interest in folktales, folk arts, and nature to these years...

Péter Esterházy

Péter Esterházy (b. 1950) is an internationally recognized writer whose works have been translated into twenty-five languages at last count. Voted Man of the Year (1999) and...

Victoria Estol

Victoria Estol was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1983.  She is a sociologist and a student of psychology. Bicho Bola, her first book of poetry, translated by Seth Michelson was published by...

Aura Estrada

Aura Estrada is a Ph.D. student at Columbia University. She has published reviews and crónicas in Bookforum and the Mexican magazine DF, and fiction in www.letralia.com. She rides the F...

Ulises Estrella

Ulises Estrella is considered the poet of Quito. He runs Casa Cultural's cinema program in Quito.

Marie Etienne

Marie Etienne is the author of eight collections of poems, five novels, and two books on the theater. She spent her childhood in Indochina, in what is now Viet Nam, during the Second World War...

Ashur Etwebi

Ashur Etwebi, born in 1952, is a poet, novelist and translator. He is a member of the League of Libyan Writers. His books include collections of his poems Balcony Poems (1993) and Your Friends...

Will Evans

Will Evans earned BA degrees from Emory University in history and Russian language and culture. He also received an MA in Russian culture at Duke University. He is president at Cinestate, an...

Briony Everroad

Briony Everroad is a freelance editor based in San Francisco. Over ten years at Random House UK, she published such diverse works as Jo Nesbø’s Harry Hole series and George...
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