Nicole Dubuc, the American writer, perhaps best known for her work on Kim Possible and My Friends Tigger and Pooh. After attending Yale University and graduating pre-med with a degree in English
Emil Gregory Steiner (born November 30, 1978), the American novelist, short-story writer and journalist who currently writes the OFF/beat blog for the Express newspaper and is a contributor to MSNBC, Washington Post Radio, NPR, CNN and the BBC
Jessica Valenti, the blogger and feminist writer from New York City
Tom Taylor (born November 29, 1978), the comic book writer and award-winning playwright who has also written for television, radio, musicals, film, magazines, satirical news and sketch comedy
The Streets, the British rap/garage project from London, United Kingdom, led by Mike Skinner
Karl Stevens (born November 21, 1978 in Concord, Massachusetts), the graphic novelist and painter
James Corbett, the Liverpool-born author and journalist, best known for his best-selling history of Everton Football Club, Everton: The School of Science (Macmillan, 2003) and his history of the England football team England Expects
Sergei Movsesian, the chess Grandmaster is an Armenian] chess player who used to play for Slovakia and as of late 2010 announcement plays for his home country of FIDE World Chess Championship in Las Vegas, but lost to Vladimir Akopian
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