1959 in Literature - Births

Births

  • January 8 - Ovidiu Pecican, Romanian historian, essayist, novelist, short-story writer, literary critic, poet, playwright, and journalist
  • January 20 - R. A. Salvatore, science fiction and fantasy author
  • March 15 - Ben Okri, poet and novelist
  • March 11 - Dejan Stojanović, Serbian-American poet, writer, essayist, philosopher, businessman, and former journalist
  • March 18 - Frédéric-Yves Jeannet, novelist and critic
  • April 30 - Alessandro Barbero, Italian historian, novelist and essayist
  • May 1 (probable) - Yasmina Reza, French novelist and dramatist
  • May 3 - Ben Elton, comedian, novelist and screenwriter
  • June 13 - Maurice G. Dantec, science fiction author
  • August 27 - Jeanette Winterson, novelist
  • September 9 - Matti Rönkä, Finnish TV journalist and novelist
  • October 31 - Neal Stephenson, science fiction writer

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