From descriptions of writers included in FBI surveillance reports. The files were published this year by MIT Press. The collection, Writers Under Surveillance, was edited by JPat Brown, B.C.D. Lipton, and Michael Morisy.
The author of a love story revolving around a young architect and his ego.
A freelance science fiction writer whose work dealt with the development and exploitation of Mars, its effects on mankind, and its home world.
A poet whose activities, while extremely eccentric, apparently lack any specific direction.
A self-employed author whose writing is difficult to read and impossible at times to comprehend.
A writer who is intolerable, masquerading as smart-aleck entertainment.
A writer who is quite crushed to think that [Redacted] of Garden City, Kansas, has never heard of him.
A self-employed author who is doing business as Jack Ryan Enterprises.
A writer selling her work where she can.
A rough, tough guy, always for the underdog.
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One of the most outstanding and competent Negroes in Atlanta.
A small, rotund, stoop-shouldered woman with a crew-like haircut, masculine voice, and a marvelous mind.