Born (née Hayr) Northampton, England She was Canada’s first professional woman garden writer. Her gardening skills became known throughout North America and she was written up in many American publications She also wrote short stories and poems Her book, The Canadian Gardner: a pocket help of the amateur was published in ..
1910 – Born on June 8th in Newark, New Jersey. American science-fiction writer, considered the father of modern science fiction. – He developed Laws of Robotics with Isaac Asimov. – He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 1928 – He began writing science fiction at age 18 and quickly sold ..
1971 – Born on Wednesday 10 March in Nbawsi, Abia State, Nigeria to Sylvia Ada and Madu Kennedy Wachuku – both historians, teachers and education administrators. 1975 – Began primary school at an early age of four. 1982 – Entered Ngwa High School Aba, Abia State, Nigeria where he founded a press club ..
1941 – Dr. Hefner was born in Brevard, NC, on the 20th of June. 19?? – He married the former Edwina Long and in their union they have reproduced three boys: Christopher, Jonathan and David. Dr. Hefner’s educational background consist of the folowing: 1957 – 1961 BS in Business Administration North Carolina A & T ..
1862 – Born on the 27th of May in Yonkers, New York City. 1880-1883 – Went to Columbia University where he became editor of Columbia’s literary magazine and contributed short anonymous pieces to humor magazines. 1883-1884 – After graduation in 1883, Bangs entered Columbia Law School but left in 1884 to become Associate Editor of ..
1934 – Bennett was born in Leeds, Yorkshire on May 9, 1934. 1946-1952 – Attended Leeds Modern School. 1954-1957 – Bennett attended and got his bachelor’s degree at Exeter College in Oxford. 1957-1959 – Attended the National service with Joint Services School for Linguists, Cambridge and Bodmin. 1960-1962 – Bennett was a temporary junior lecturer ..
1928 – Sharpe was born in London on March 30, 1928. 1948 – Educated at Lancing College and Pembroke College, Cambridge. 1951 – Sharpe finish his National Service in the Marines before going to South Africa, where he did some social work and teaching in Natal. 1957-1961 – Sharpe had a photographic studio in Pietermaritzburg. ..
An acclaimed author, public intellectual, international statesman, and former government minister in Ireland Vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana, Schweitzer Professor of the Humanities at New York University, and editor-in-chief of the Observer in London 1917 – Born in November 3 1956-1961 – Member of the Irish delegation to the United Nations ..
1881- Birth of an Australian writer of diverse talents and profound cultural insights – Viewed himself as a cosmopolitan mediator among nations – He is best known for his biographical accounts of great personalities, based on psychological analysis and investigations into the creative process 1925 – 1935 – These include Three Masters: Dickens, Balzac, and ..
1881 – Born on the 28th of November in Vienna, Austria. 1904 – The Love of Erika Wald. 1920 – Fear. 1922 – The Eyes of My Brother, Forever. – The Amok, his most famous novel. Also includes the following six short stories: Twilight, The Cross, A Lazy Man, Moonbeam Alley, Leporella and ..