ML living authors

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Sat Nov 5 21:39:38 EST 2005


Does this list exclude the current ML series? If so, that caveat might be 
added for newer list members. If not, I am enjoying adding the new ML editions of 
Cormac McCarthy's novels to my collection (an author who very alive and 
kicking).

Bob Riedel

In a message dated 11/5/2005 9:26:57 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
cottonwoodbooks at yahoo.com writes:


> Mod Libbers,
>       As near as I can tell, these are all the living authors with whole 
> books in the ML.  On the list, I couldn't find much on Mr. Beveridge, except his 
> whole name and birth date.  If living, he would be terribly old.  The other 
> William Beveridge prevents good internet searching.  Please let me know if 
> anyone of these people do not belong on this list.  
>      We don't have a complete list of authors who are only included in 
> multiple author Anthologies (like Max Brand).  Another good project would be to 
> list all the authors who fall under this category, and perhaps reflect on the 
> author pages when they are included in an anthology (like Hemingway).  This 
> would be helpful if you collect Max Brand, you can find his work in the ML, or 
> if one wanted to complete a set of Hemingway in ML, you'd need to know he's 
> included in Modern Short Stories, etc.  Just an idea.  
>  
> benjamin l clark
>  
>  
> W.I.B. Beveridge b.1908 (?)
>     [William Ian Beardmore] 
> Robert Buchheim
> Jane Jacobs 
> Thomas Pynchon
> Philip Roth
> J.D. Salinger
> Budd Schulberg 
> Muriel Spark
> William Styron
> John Updike
> Gore Vidal, but ready to go when ever(
> http://www.dcist.com/archives/2005/03/22/gore_vidals_preobituary.php)
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