• Re: July 2022: Oldest living writers/illustrators!

    From Lenona@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jul 11 21:09:40 2022
    Wick Downing ("The Trials of Kate Hope," 2008)
    Ann Elwood ("The Macmillan Book of Fascinating Facts," 1989)
    Joy Hakim (historical series author: "A History of US," 1993-2003)
    John C. Branfield (UK author & Carnegie nominee: "The Fox in Winter," 1980) Judith Viorst ("Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," 1972)
    Dorothy Joan Harris (Canadian writer: "The House Mouse" with Barbara Cooney, 1973)
    Edward Packard ("Choose Your Own Adventure" series, 1979-1998)
    Uri Orlev (Polish-born Israeli author & 1996 HCAA Medalist)
    Ruth Rocha (Brazilian writer & 2002 HCAA nominee)
    Mort Gerberg (cartoonist: Rita Gelman's "More Spaghetti, I Say!" 1977)
    Janosch (aka Horst Eckert, German illustrator & HCAA nominee: 1972, 1976, 1978, 1980)
    Jacqueline Stem ("The Secret Of The Dragonfly Pin," 2006)
    Middy Thomas (artist/writer: Lois Lowry's "Gooney Bird" series)
    Constance Levy ("I'm Going to Pet a Worm Today and Other Poems," 1991)
    Laszlo B. Acs (Hungarian-British illustrator: William Mayne's "Max's Dream," 1977)
    Irene N. Watts (German-Canadian playwright: "Goodbye Marianne," 1998)
    Frances Zweifel (science illustrator: 1990s "Simple Experiments" series) Griselda Gifford (British historical novelist: "The Story of Ranald," 1968) Alexander Traugot (Russian illustrator & 2006 HCAA nominee)
    Ellen Blance (British-born co-author of "Monster" series with Ann Cook and Quentin Blake, 1970s-1980s)
    Harriette G. Robinet ("Forty Acres and Maybe a Mule," 1998)
    Patricia Calvert ("The Stone Pony," 1982)
    Douglas Hall (British illustrator: "The Wind in the Willows," ed. 1986)
    Seymour Simon (science writer)
    Alexis A. Gilliland (sci-fi novelist/cartoonist: "The Wizenbeak Trilogy," 1986-1992)
    Renée Roth-Hano (French author: "Touch Wood: A Girlhood in Occupied France," 1988)
    Donald Honig (baseball historian & writer for "Alfred Hitchcock Presents") Seymour Chwast (graphic designer & co-founder of Push Pin Studio)
    James Razzi (writer of Disney and Star Wars activity books)
    Maurice Gee (New Zealand fantasy writer)
    Barbara Garrison (British-born artist: Jane Yolen's "The Sultan's Perfect Tree," 1977)
    Ada Graham (nature writer)
    Shirlee Evans (Baptist writer: "Tree Tall and the Whiteskins," 1985)
    Glyn Frewer (British nature novelist)
    Malcah Zeldis (artist: "A Fine Fat Pig, and Other Animal Poems" by Mary Ann Hoberman, 1991)
    Ed Emberley (illustrator & 1968 Caldecott Medalist: "Drummer Hoff")
    Peter Z. Cohen ("Deadly Game at Stony Creek," 1978)
    John Kaufmann (aka David Swift, nature writer/illustrator)
    Norma Gaffron ("The Bermuda Triangle: Opposing Viewpoints," 1988)
    Nina Beachcroft (British fantasy writer: "Well Met by Witchlight," 1972)
    Jan Terlouw (Dutch novelist/scientist/politician: "How to Become King," 1971) Bruce Clements (National Book Award finalist: "I Tell a Lie Every So Often," 1974)
    Ed Young (Chinese-born illustrator & 1990 Caldecott Medalist: "Lon Po Po") Marjorie Allen ("One Hundred Years of Children's Books in America," 1996)
    John Downie (Scottish-born Canadian writer: "Alison's Ghosts," 1984)
    Shuntaro Tanikawa (Japanese poet & HCAA nominee: 2008 & 2010)
    David Kherdian (1980 Newbery Honoree: "The Road from Home:The Story of an Armenian Girl")
    Margaret J. Anderson (Scottish-born author: "In the Keep of Time," 1977) Beverley Randell (aka Beverley Joan Price, New Zealand writer: "The Baby Owls," 1997)

    Brenda R. Lewis (British nonfiction writer: "The Story of Anne Frank," 2001) Arielle North Olson ("Ask the Bones: Scary Stories from Around the World," 1999 - daughter of Sterling North)
    Jo Harper ("Prairie Dog Pioneers," 1998)
    Irene Bennett Brown (YA novelist: "Before the Lark," 1982)
    Adjai Robinson (Sierra Leonean writer: "Singing Tales of Africa," 1974) Marjorie Stapleton (British writer: "Make Things Gypsies Made," 1974)
    Marian Hostetler (Mennonite writer: "African Adventure," 1978)
    C.S. Adler ("Good-Bye Pink Pig," 1986)
    Josef Palecek (Czech fairy-tale illustrator/filmmaker)
    Mary Small (British-born Australian writer: "Tracey McBean & the Stretching Machine," 1989)
    Mary Ray (British novelist: "Roman Empire" series)
    Norman Richards (biographer/history writer)
    Linell Nash Smith (writer/illustrator: "Custard the Dragon," by Ogden Nash) Eileen Deacon (British 1970s crafts writer)
    Johanna Reiss (Dutch-born writer & 1973 Newbery Honoree: "The Upstairs Room") Joan Lingard (Scottish writer: "Sadie & Kevin" series, 1970s)
    Angelo Torres (MAD cartoonist)
    Debby Slier (South African-born writer: "Hello Kitty" series, 1980s)
    Sylvia Sherry (British writer: "Rocky O'Rourke" series, 1969-1992)
    Aino Pervik (Estonian author & 2014 HCAA nominee)
    Bryna J. Fireside (nonfiction writer: "Is There a Woman in the House...or Senate?" 2000)
    Nonny Hogrogian (Caldecott Medalist: 1966 & 1972)
    Lorenzo Lynch (illustrator: Arnold Adoff's "Big Sister Tells Me I'm Black," 1976)
    Jill Chaney (British YA novelist: "Mottram Park" series, 1971-1989)
    Lois Simmie (Canadian poet: "An Armadillo Is Not a Pillow," 1986)
    Spiridon Vangheli (Moldovan poet/novelist and 1998 HCAA nominee)
    Joe Servello (illustrator & Caldecott nominee: 1972 & 1973)
    Phyllis Green ("Eating Ice Cream With a Werewolf," 1983)
    Gwendolyn E. Reed (compiler: "Out of the Ark: An Anthology of Animal Verse," 1968)
    Russell E. Erickson ("A Toad for Tuesday," 1998)

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  • From Lenona@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jul 11 21:06:41 2022

    Children's writers/illustrators, mostly from the "Something About the Author" encyclopedias:

    Felice Holman ("Slake's Limbo," 1974)

    Arnold Bare (illustrator: 1944 Caldecott Honoree: Lee Kingman's "Pierre Pidgeon")
    Margaret Paice (Australian writer/illustrator: "Blue Ridge Summer," 1979) Barthe DeClements ("Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade," 1981)

    Al Jaffee (MAD cartoonist)
    Dorothy M. Martin (author of Protestant mysteries & "Peggy" series, 1957-1976) Alice T. Gilbreath (1970s crafts/nature writer)
    Lois Lamplugh (British novelist: "Sean's Leap," 1979)
    Patricia Curtis ("Animals You Never Even Heard Of," 1997)
    Belinda Hurmence ("A Girl Called Boy," 1982)
    Martha Tolles ("Who's Reading Darci's Diary?" 1984)
    Joyce Cooper Arkhurst (reteller of "The Adventures of Spider: West
    African Folk Tales" with Jerry Pinkney, 1964)
    Adrienne Richard (Newbery nominee: "Wings," 1974)

    Jean Bethell ("The Monkey in the Rocket," 1962)
    Joan Heilbroner ("Robert, the Rose Horse," 1962)
    Mildred Pitts Walter (1987 Coretta Scott King Medalist: "Justin and the Best Biscuits in the World")
    Sonia Gidal (German writer: 1956-1974 "My Village" series)
    Hans Peterson (Swedish author of "Magnus" series; 1976 Hans Christian Andersen Award nominee)

    Pieter van Raven (aka James Edward Duffy, 1990 Scott O'Dell Award winner for "A Time of Troubles")
    Louise Meriwether ("Daddy Was a Number Runner," 1970)
    John K. Tully (British author of "Starpol" series)
    Josep Vallverdú (Catalan poet/novelist/playwright & 1988 HCAA nominee)
    William Wise ("Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler," 2004)
    Rosamond V.P. Kaufman (adapter: "UNICEF Book of Children's Legends," 1970) Leone Castell Anderson (novelist: "Sean's War," 1998)
    Ruth Gannett (1949 Newbery Honoree: "My Father's Dragon")
    Aaron Judah (British author: "God and Mr. Sourpuss," 1960)
    Gloria Whelan (National Book Award winner: "Homeless Bird," 2000)
    Lyuben Zidarov (Bulgarian illustrator of "Harry Potter" & HCAA nominee: 1974 & 1978)

    Marian Parry (illustrator: Frederick Winsor's "The Space Child's Mother Goose," 1956)
    Toshiko Kanzawa (aka Toshi Furukawa, Japanese author and HCAA nominee: 2000 & 2006)
    Roy A. Gallant (science writer)
    Tom J. O'Sullivan (illustrator of "Kidnapped," ed. 1954)
    Prudence Andrew (British author of 1960s "Ginger" series)
    Gene Liberty ("The How and Why Wonder Book of Time")
    Leonard Everett Fisher (Pulitzer-winning painter & historical writer & illustrator)
    Warren J. Halliburton ("Africa Today" series, 1990s)
    Elliott Gilbert (illustrator of "The Best-Loved Doll" by Rebecca Caudill, 1962) Eva Deutsch Costabel (Yugoslav-born painter/writer: "The Jews of New Amsterdam," 1988)

    Frank Graham, Jr. (nature/sports writer & Audubon Society editor)
    Linda Allen (British writer: "Mrs. Simkin" series, 1979-1996)
    Barbara J. Brenner ("If You Lived in Williamsburg in Colonial Days" 2000) Laurent de Brunhoff (French writer/illustrator: "Babar's Fair")
    Edward Ormondroyd ("David and the Phoenix," 1957)
    Wilanne Schneider Belden (1980s fantasy novelist: "Mind-Call" trilogy)
    Domenico Volpi (Italian author and HCAA nominee, 1974)

    Ina Friedman ("How My Parents Learned to Eat," 1984)
    Alain Trez (French cartoonist/illustrator)
    Carla Stevens (aka Carla Stevens Bigelow: "Rabbit & Skunk and the Scary Rock," 1976)
    Sandy Kossin (illustrator & movie poster designer for "Becket")
    George Booth ("New Yorker" cartoonist)
    Margaret Storey (British fantasy & mystery author: "Timothy & Two Witches," 1966)
    Patricia Coombs ("Dorrie" witch series, 1962-1992)
    George Ford (Illustrator & 1973 Coretta Scott King Medalist: "Ray Charles" by Sharon B. Mathis)
    Alfred Slote (aka A. H. Garnet, baseball and sci-fi novelist)
    Darwin McBeth Walton ("Kwanzaa: A World of Holidays," 1998)
    Tadashi Matsui (Japanese publisher/reteller)
    Miriam Cohen ("Will I Have a Friend?" 1967)
    Muriel Batherman ("Before Columbus," 1981)
    Hilary Knight (illustrator: Kay Thompson's "Eloise")
    Herma Werner (romance/mystery/adventure writer, aka Eve Cowen & Eve Gladstone, 1978-1994)
    Joan Solomon (South African-born British writer: "Everybody's Hair," 1988) Dorothy B. Francis (romance/mystery/Western novelist)
    Harriette Abels (sci-fi/romance/mystery novelist)
    Marjorie-Ann Watts (British illustrator of Catherine Storr's "Polly and the Wolf" series)

    Mary Chalmers (illustrator: "The Secret Language" by Ursula Nordstrom, 1960) Ruth Lercher Bornstein ("The Summer Everything Changed," 2012)
    Robert Andrew Parker (painter/illustrator: "Who Was Albert Einstein?" by Jess Brallier, 2002)
    M.E. Kerr (YA novelist: "Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack!" 1972)
    Ancka Gošnik Godec (Slovene illustrator & 2010 HCAA nominee)
    Richard B. Lyttle (artist, reporter, biographer)
    Niels Jensen (Danish author: "Days of Courage," 1972)
    George Sullivan (sports/biographies/nonfiction writer)
    Melvin Berger (author of 200 science/nonfiction books)
    Mort Künstler (MAD cartoonist, illustrator, & historical painter)
    Margot Webb (German-born writer: "Too Young To Die: The Story of José," 2003) Dorothy Levenson (Australian-born writer: "The Magic Carousel," 1967)
    Betty Levin (fantasy/mystery/adventure writer)
    Barbara Klimowicz ("When Shoes Eat Socks," 1971)
    Christine King Farris (memoirist: "My Brother Martin: A Sister Remembers Growing Up with the Rev. r. Martin Luther King, Jr.," 2003)
    Richard Brightfield (writer for "Choose Your Own Adventure" series)
    Don Madden (writer/illustrator: "The Wartville Wizard," 1986)
    Elizabeth Fitzgerald Howard (2001 Coretta Scott King Honoree: "Virgie Goes to School with Us Boys")

    Barbara M. Walker ("The Little House Cookbook," 1979)
    Marilyn Gould (Writer on skateboarding and "Golden Daffodils," 1985)
    Betty Fraser (Illustrator: Hoberman's "The Llama Who Had No Pajama")
    Lore Segal (Austrian-born writer & translator: Grimm's "The Juniper Tree," illustrated by Maurice Sendak)
    Tom Hamil (Painter/illustrator: "Calvin and the Cub Scouts" by Patricia Miles Martin, 1964)
    Mary Lystad ("James the Jaguar," 1972)
    Jacqueline Dougan Jackson (writer/poet/illustrator: "Turn Not Pale, Beloved Snail," 1974)
    Ellen Viereck (Painter/illustrator, "The Summer I Was Lost" by Paul Viereck, 1965)
    V. Gilbert Beers (Baptist writer: "The Early Readers Bible," 1991)
    Shirley Rousseau Murphy (Fantasy/mystery writer: "Joe Grey" cat series, 1996-2010)
    Luis Camps (French illustrator: "The Smashers" 1970s series by Alain Gree) Arnold Dobrin (Writer/illustrator, "Sc-t!" 1970)
    Janice May Udry (1957 Caldecott Medalist: "A Tree is Nice," with Marc Simont) Virginia Lee (aka Virginia L. Ewbank, Virginia Ewbank Hendricks, and Virginia L Hendricks,"The Magic Moth," 1972)
    Nan Holcomb (author of elementary stories about handicapped children; real name, Norma McPhee)
    James Lincoln Collier (1975 Newbery Honoree & National Book Award nominee: "My Brother Sam is Dead")
    Patricia Hubbell (Poet: "Trucks Whizz! Zoom! Rumble!" 2003)
    Jane Gardam (UK writer & Carnegie nominee: "The Hollow Land," 1981)
    Kveta Pacovska (Czech illustrator & 1992 HCAA Medalist)
    Phyllis Hollander (Co-author: "Amazing But True Sports Stories," 1986)
    Eva Hulsmann (French/German/Italian nature illustrator)
    Shulamith L. Oppenheim ("The Sea King" with Jane Yolen, 2003)
    Esther L. Nelson ("Dancing Games for Children of All Ages," 1973)
    Judith Crabtree (Australian fantasy novelist/illustrator: "Song at the Gate," 1987)
    Sidney Offit ("The Adventures of Homer Fink," 1966)
    Earle Rice Jr. (YA war history writer)
    Toby Talbot ("Dear Greta Garbo," 1977)
    Eve Bunting (Northern Ireland-born writer of 200 books & Edgar winner)
    Alice M. Fleming (nonfiction writer: "Martin Luther King: A Dream of Hope," 2008)
    Carolee Wells Henney ("The Cat in the Tower," 2017)
    Lilo Fromm (German illustrator & HCAA nominee: 1968, 1974, 1982)

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  • From Lenona@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jul 11 21:11:05 2022
    Writers for adults (many can be seen at genarians.com):

    1915 Ma Shitu (Chinese politician/novelist)

    1916 Geneviève Callerot (French novelist)

    1917 Lise Nørgaard (Danish journalist/writer)

    1918 Naomi Replansky (American poet), Doris Grumbach (American novelist/biographer/critic)

    1920 Ted Knap (American journalist)

    1921 Hossein Wahid Khorasani (Iranian religious writer), Hans Albert (German philosopher), Ray Lawler (Australian playwright), Edgar Morin (French philosopher)

    1922 Bernard Kalb, Bernard Weisberger, William Leuchtenburg, Angel Wagenstein, Jean Malaurie

    1923 Edward Lueders, Ida Vitale, Józef Hen

    1924 Richard Rohmer, David Ferry, Herbert Gold, Edward Field, Guadalupe Rivera Marin

    1925 Eugen Gomringer, Gerald Stern, Alain Touraine, Madeleine Chapsal

    1926 Jürgen Moltmann, Ruth Minsky Sender, Arno J. Mayer, Frederick Buechner, Sami Michael, Rene Depestre

    1927: Martin Walser, Nayantara Sahgal, David Ireland, Carlos Germán Belli, James Roose-Evans, Willis Barnstone

    1928: Daisaku Ikeda, William Kennedy, Desmond Morris, E.D. Hirsch, Tom Lehrer, Cynthia Ozick, Howard S. Becker, Michelle Perrot, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Patrick Hemingway, Griselda Gambaro, Pavel Kohout, Jayanta Mahapatra, Christopher Davis, Noam Chomsky

    1929: Amitai Etzioni, Peter Dale Scott, Alasdair MacIntyre, Len Deighton, Milan Kundera, Antonine Maillet, Harvey Cox, Harry Frankfurt, Jurgen Habermas , Arthur Frommer, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, X.J. Kennedy, Dr. Robert Coles, Hans M. Enzensberger

    1930: Adonis, Jennifer Johnston, Norman Podhoretz, Luce Irigaray, Gary Snyder, John Barth, Thomas Sowell, Selma James, Johan Galtung, Stuart Briscoe, Kenneth Frampton, Christopher Nicole, Dame Edna O'Brien

    1931: John McPhee, John Norman, Jorge Edwards, Alice Munro, Ivan Klima, Adrienne Kennedy, Fay Weldon, Charles Taylor, Jerome Rothenberg

    1932: Robert Coover, Gay Talese, Andrew Young, John Jakes, Elena Poniatowska, Paul R. Ehrlich, Athol Fugard, Stephen Gill

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  • From Lenona@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jul 11 21:08:22 2022
    Jules Feiffer (cartoonist: "The Phantom Tollbooth" by Norton Juster, 1961) Walter Lorraine (editor/illustrator: "McBroom" series by Sid Fleischman, 1960s-1980s)
    Arnold Roth (cartoonist: "Grimms' Fairy Tales," 1966)
    Ruth Belov Gross ("If You Grew Up With George Washington," 1982)
    Paul Coker (MAD cartoonist)
    Joan M. Lexau ("Striped Ice Cream!" 1968)
    Hilde Heyduck-Huth (German writer/illustrator: "The Three Birds," 1966)
    Edward Sorel (political cartoonist: "The Pirates of Penzance," adapted by Ward Botsford, 1981)
    Jacqueline L. Harris ("The Tuskegee Airmen: Black Heroes of World War II," 1996)
    Jane Wooster Scott (Illustrator & American folk art painter)
    Lensey Namioka (nee Lensey Chao, Chinese-born writer: "Ties That Bind, Ties That Break," 1999)
    Christine San Jose (British-born senior editor of "Highlights" magazine)
    Norma J. Livo ("Moon Cakes to Maize: Delicious World Folktales," 1999)
    Lynne Reid Banks (British author: "The Indian in the Cupboard," 1980)
    K.M. Peyton (1969 Carnegie Medalist: "The Edge of the Cloud")
    Norman L. Macht (Sports biographer)
    Peter F. Neumeyer (German-born writer: "The Annotated Charlotte's Web," 1994) Wendy Pfeffer ("Let's Read and Find Out" science series)
    Graham Oakley (British writer/illustrator of "Church Mice" series & Kate Greenaway nominee: 1976, 1982)
    Sesyle Joslin (1959 Caldecott Honoree: "What Do You Say, Dear?" with Maurice Sendak)
    Aliki Brandenberg (aka Aliki, writer/illustrator: "A Medieval Feast," 1983) Elizabeth Hall ("Thunder Rolling in the Mountains," 1992, with Scott O'Dell) Patty Wolcott ("The Marvelous Mud Washing Machine," 1974)
    Gioia Fiammenghi (Illustrator: Thomas Rockwell's "How to Fight a Girl," 1987) Dorothy W. Robinson (1975 Coretta Scott King Medalist: "The Legend of Africania")
    Marjorie Ann Waybill ("Chinese Eyes," 1974)
    Peter R. Limburg (Science writer of "What's Behind the Word" series)
    Lael Littke (YA mystery/romance/horror novelist: "Prom Dress," 1989)
    Martha E. Rhynes (Biographer: "Ralph Ellison: Author of Invisible Man," 2006) Brian Earnshaw (Welsh author: "Dragonfall 5" series, 1970s)

    Eric Houghton (British writer: "Walter's Magic Wand,"1989)
    Monica Gunning (Jamaican-born writer: "A Shelter in Our Car," 2004)
    Shirley Jordan (history writer: "World War II," 1998)
    Barbara Shook Hazen ("The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark," 1989)
    Bruce Roberts (photographer & co-author of books on ghosts)
    Ilon Wikland (Swedish illustrator & HCAA nominee, 1998)
    Josef Wilkon (Polish illustrator & HCAA nominee: 1976, 1980, 2000, 2004)
    Mary Razzell (Canadian YA novelist: "Snow Apples," 1984)
    Kathlyn Gay (author of "Voices from the Past" war series, 1990s)
    David Gentleman (British artist of Shakespeare, Keats, & Kipling)
    Jeanne Williams (YA novelist & romance/Western writer)
    Janice Shefelman (historical writer of "Texas Trilogy," 1980s)
    Nancy Polette ("The Thinker's Mother Goose," 1983)
    Jenny Seed (South African historical novelist)
    Aranka Siegal (Czech/Hungarian-born writer & 1982 Newbery Honoree: "Upon te Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944")
    Helen J. Borten (journalist & illustrator: "Do You See What I See?," 1959)
    Len Lamensdorf (sci-fi novelist: "The Crouching Dragon," 1999)
    Louis Sabin (writer on sports/bios/history/nature/mystery)
    Kay Life (aka Kay Guinn-Life, illustrator of Beverly Cleary's "Muggie Maggie") Don Berliner (1980s writer on aviation)
    Gloria Skurzynski (mystery/SF/historical novelist)
    Charlotte Pomerantz (1975 Jane Addams Medalist: "The Princess & the Admiral") Jean Russell Larson ("The Fish Bride and Other Gypsy Tales," 1999)
    Suzanne Tate (Biologist and 1990s writer on marine life)
    Mary Dodson Wade (Biographer: "Joan Lowery Nixon: Mystery Writer," 2004)
    Necia H. Apfel (Astronomer)
    Inger Sandberg (Swedish author of "Little Anna" series, 1964-1982)
    Mary Ann Hoberman (Poet: "The Llama Who Had No Pajama," 1998)
    Kenneth Thomasma (author of "American Indian Children" series, 1983-2018)
    Byron Barton (Preschool writer/illustrator: "Where's Al?," 1972)
    Robert Carl Cohen ("The Color of Man," 1968)
    Connie Brummell Crook (Canadian historical novelist: "Nellie's Quest," 1998) Faith Ringgold (Artist, 1992 Caldecott Honoree and Coretta Scott King Medalist: "Tar Beach")
    Carl Sommer (Educator: "Another Sommer-Time Story" series, 2000s )
    Harriet Sirof (YA writer: "The Real World," 1985)
    Caroline Crane (1960s YA writer & 1980s mystery writer)
    Tonke Dragt (Dutch SF/fantasy author & HCAA nominee, 2012)
    Edward Frascino ("New Yorker" cartoonist & illustrator of "The Trumpet of the Swan" by E.B. White)
    Bernadette M. Snyder (Catholic humorist)
    Mary Blair Immel ("Captured!: A Boy Trapped in the Civil War," 2005)
    Natalie S. Bober (YA biographer: "Abigail Adams: Witness to a Revolution," 1995

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