Elisa Gabbert is the author of the poetry collections, L'Heure Bleue, The Self Unstable, and The French Exit. Her debut collection of essays, The Word Pretty, was published in 2018. The Self Unstable was chosen by the New Yorker as one of the best books of 2013. She lives in Denver.
Susan Gable loves books, whether she's reading or writing. Her books have been Golden Heart and Rita Award finalists, been recognized by Romantic Times nominations for Best Superromance of the Year, and she's won awards, including the National Readers' Choice Award. She lives in Erie, PA, a frequent setting in her books.
Dan Gable has been named to the USA Wrestling Hall of Fame, the United States Olympic Hall of Fame, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, and is the namesake of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. Visit him at dangable.com.
Julia Gabriel writes contemporary romance that is smart, sexy, and emotionally intense. She lives in New England, where she is a full-time mom to a teenager, as well as a sometime writing professor and obsessive quilter.
Cynthia Gabriel is a medical anthropologist, mother of three, and a doula who has attended nearly 100 births. She trains doulas, parents-to-be, childbirth educators, midwives, nurses, and hospital administrators on how to have natural childbirths in hospital settings.
Eva Gabrielsson is an architect in Sweden and the author of books on a variety of subjects, including concubinage and architecture. For thirty years, she was the companion of late bestselling Milennium trilogy author Stieg Larsson.
Gary Gach is a writer, mystic, and lifelong meditator who has engaged in many roles: actor, bookshop clerk, dishwasher, hospital admin, office temp, stevedore, teacher, and typographer. Lay-ordained by Thich Nhat Hanh in 2008, he has authored a number of books, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism.
William Gaddis (1922–1998) is a master of the American novel who has been frequently compared with Joyce, Nabokov, and Pynchon. Two of his novels, J R and A Frolic of His Own, won the National Book Award. He was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the recipient of a MacArthur Prize.