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Chani Nicholas

Chani Nicholas is a Canadian astrologer. She weaves progressive politics, activism, and queer identity into her work. Her first book, You Were Born For This: Astrology for Radical Acceptance, was released by HarperCollins on January 7, 2020.


Short story writers from Fujian


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Former Shu essayists


Later Liang (Five Dynasties) essayists


Later Tang essayists


Former Shu novelists


Yang Xuanzhi

Yang Xuanzhi was a Chinese writer and translator of Mahayana Buddhist texts into the Chinese language, during the 6th century, under the Northern Wei Dynasty. Yang wrote "The Monasteries of Luoyang" Chinese: 洛陽伽藍記 ; pinyin: Luoyang Qielanjì ...


John Bulteel (writer)

John Bulteel was an English writer and translator, cousin of John Bulteel, Member of Parliament. He was descended from French Huguenots.


Elisabeth Kyle

Elisabeth Kyle, pseudonym of Agnes Mary Robertson Dunlop, was a British writer of novels and childrens books. She also wrote under the name Jan Ralston.


Common Ramping-fumitory

Fumaria muralis, known as common ramping-fumitory or wall fumitory, is a flowering herbaceous plant in the poppy family native to western Europe and northwestern Africa.


English country singer-songwriters


Geordie songwriters’ aliases

Many Geordie songwriters used aliases, for whatever reason. This article lists many of these aliases, giving in some cases, where known, the real name, and in others, some of the songs or poems attributed to them.


List of Geordie songwriters

Bill Griffiths - C20/C21 Poet Eric Boswell - 20th-century songwriter/poet Robert Allen - 20th-century poet, writer, cartoonist, illustrator Henry Brewis - 20th-century poet, writer, cartoonist, illustrator


Spottee’s Cave

Spottee’s Cave is a cave formed in a limestone-magnesium ravine on the seafront of Roker, North East England, between Sunderland, and Whitburn.


The Newcastle Eccentrics of the 19th century

The Newcastle Eccentrics were a group of unrelated people who lived in and around the centre of Newcastle and its Quayside between the end of the 18th and early/mid 19th century.


David Bramwell

David Bramwell is a British writer, musician, performer and broadcaster. For BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4, he has made programmes on diverse subjects, including Ivor Cutler, clapping, time travel, and the murmurations of starlings. He is the founder a ...


Oxygen Thief

Oxygen Thief began in 2006. He has supported Frank Turner, Mongol Horde, InMe, Johnny Foreigner, Chris T-T, and Tubelord and is a regular feature at Cheltenhams award-winning 2000 Trees Festival. He first appeared at the festival in 2008. He retu ...


Creeping lettuce

Ixeris stolonifera, commonly called creeping lettuce, is a species of flowering plant in the aster family. It is native to east Asia, where it is found in China, Japan, and Korea. It is a common and widespread species in Japan. Its natural habita ...


Romantic fiction writers from Northern Ireland


Italian Roman Catholic hymnwriters


Coppertone sedum

Sedum nussbaumerianum, the coppertone sedum, is a species of succulent plant in the family Crassulaceae native to Mexico. It has become naturalized in Italy and the Canary Islands.


Common Woollybush

Adenanthos cygnorum, commonly known as common woollybush or just woollybush, is a tall shrub in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to Western Australia, commonly occurring in the south west of the State from north of Geraldton south to Kojonup. ...


Poets from Sindh


Screenplays by Farhat Ishtiaq

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