Virgil was a Roman poet from the Augustan period. He is known for his wide influence on western literature works such as Dante’s Divine Comedy.
Frank Herbert (8 October, 1920 – 11 February, 1986) was an American author known for his science-fiction masterpiece Dune, a Nebula and Hugo awards winner.
Daniel J. Boorstin was a historian specializing in both American and world history. Mr. Boorstin was the twelfth Librarian of the United States Congress.
W.Wilson Rawls (24 September, 1913 – 16 December, 1984) was an American author known for the children’s book Where the Red Fern Grows.
Ken Kesey was a novelist and essayist whose successful stories made him a countercultural figure, he is remembered for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Stephen Jay Gould (10 September, 1941 – 20 May, 2002) was a paleontologist who wrote science books for both scientists as well as the general public.
Sarah Orne Jewett (3 September, 1849 – 24 June, 1909) was an author and poet known for her stories taking place in Maine.
H. P. Lovecraft (20 August, 1890 – 15 March, 1937), born as Howard Philips Lovecraft was an American writer known for horror fiction and spectacular monsters.
Nikolaus Lenau (13 August, 1802 – 22 August, 185) was an Austrian poet who was born in the Kingdom of Hungary, which is now Lenauheim, Banat
Janet Asimov (6 August, 1926 – 25 February, 2019), born as Janet Opal Jeppson was born in Ashland, PA, was a science-fiction writer, as well as a psychologist.