Authors with Last Names Beginning with "S"
Sabloff, Jeremy A.
Jeremy A. Sabloff received a Ph. D. from Harvard University and has served as a professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. He collaborated with Gordon R. Willey as co-authors.
Salvatore, R. A.
Sanders, Coyne Steven
Coyne Steven Sanders was an author as well as an entertainment journalist with particular interest in classic television. He was renowned for his expertise on the life and work of Judy Garland.
Sawyer, Kim Vogel
Scarborough, Elizabeth Ann
Charlie Schroeder is a graduate of Bates College in Maine and is an actor and a radio producer as well as a writer. He has been an integral part of historical reenactment events.
Ruth Schumann-Antelme is a renowned Egyptologist having served as a professor at the Ecole du Louvre and as a member of the scientific staff for the Egyptian Department of the Louvre Museum. She has collaborated with Stephane Rossini as co-authors,
Larry Segriff was born in Iowa and has become a noted science fiction author and anthologist. He also served as a collaborator with Steve Perry on Tom Clancy's Net Force series.
Lee Server is noted for his biographies, especially related to cinema, and chronicles of popular culture. He received his education at New York University Film School.
Charles Shaner was born and raised in Augusta County, Virginia. He learned basic firefighting skills while in the Navy and this helped prepare him as a volunteer with the local fire company. His fictional writings draw from his experience.
Sharer, Robert J.
Robert J. Sharer is a professor of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania and serves as the curator for the American section of the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Shetrone, Henry Clyde
Henry Clyde Shetrone grew up in the mounds culture region of Ohio, published numerous articles while researching the mound cultures, and eventually became curator and then director of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society.
Siddons, Anne Rivers
Sirois, Sharon Snow
Slaughter, Frank G.
Smith, Alexander McCall
Smith, L. J.
Smith, Martin Cruz
Page Smith is an award-winning author and historian who was educated at Dartmouth College and Harvard University. He has served as professor at the University of California at Los Angeles and as provost at Cowell College.
Sorrels, Nancy T.
Nancy T. Sorrells received her education at Bridgewater College and James Madison University where she specialized in local as well as regional and state history. She has served in administration and research in historical museums.
St. Aubyn, Giles
Giles St. Aubyn was educated at Wellington College and Trinity College in Oxford. After serving in the Navy he served at Eton eventually becoming the head of the History Department.
St. Claire, Erin
Erin St. Claire is a pseudonym for Sandra Brown
St. Claire, Roxanne
St. Pierre, Mark
Mark St. Pierre has lived with and learning from the Lakotas over a period of twenty years. He is an adjunct professor at Regis University specializing in the areas of Sociology, Anthropology, and Creative Writing. He has collaborated with his wife, Tilda Long Soldier, as co-authors.
Stackpole, Michael A.
Stands In Timber, John
John Stands In Timber was born in 1884 and grew up amidst the Cheyenne traditions. Later in life he became the keeper of the oral tradition of his people and spent much time with the elder members learning the early legends and history of his people. His grandfather was killed during the Custer massacre.
Steadman, Jr., Melvin Lee
Melvin Lee Steadman, Jr. was born and raised in northern Virginia and attended school at American University and Randolph-Macon College. He had long been fascinated with local history and established a personal library acknowledged to be one of the finest in the area. He was an author, an avid historian, and a well-respected genealogist.
Steiger, Sherry Hansen
Stine, R. L.
Stiner, General Carl (retired)
Retired General Carl Stiner worked with Tom Clancy on Shadow Warriors. He served as commander of several national strike forces involved with hostage rescues and in military operations including Panama and Desert Storm.
Stoner, Robert Douthat
Robert Douthat Stoner was born and raised in Botetourt County, Virginia and served as both Deputy Clerk and Clerk of the Circuit Court of Botetourt County. This provided him with ready access and the opportunity to become familiar with the history and progress of his home county about which he has written.