Hans Fallada was one of the best-known German writers of the twentieth century. Born in 1893 in Greifswald, north-east Germany, as Rudolph Wilhelm Adolf Ditzen, he took his pen-name from a Brothers Grimm fairytale. His most famous works include the novels, Little Man, What Now? and The Drinker. Fallada died in 1947 in Berlin.
Ronan Farrow is a contributing writer at the New Yorker and a television anchor and investigative reporter who is currently producing his investigative work for HBO. He was named to Time magazine's 2018 list of the 100 most influential people in the world. His previous book is the New York Times bestseller War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence.
Tina Fey was the first female head writer of Saturday Night Live and created, writes and stars in 30 Rock. She has received numerous awards for her comedy writing, including the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, 5 Emmys, and 5 Writers Guild Awards. She also wrote and appeared in the acclaimed and wildly popular movie Mean Girls.
Fannie Flagg is an actress, novelist and TV panelist. She divides her time between her homes in California and Alabama.
C. A. Fletcher
C. A. Fletcher has children and dogs. He lives in Scotland and writes for a living.
Susan Fletcher was born in 1979 in Birmingham. She is the author of the bestselling Eve Green (winner of the Whitbread First Novel Award), Oystercatchers and Witch Light - and most recently, the much-lauded Let Me Tell You About A Man I Knew.
Mackenzie Ford is a pseudonym for a writer who lives in London.
David Foster Wallace
David Foster Wallace is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, the Lannan Award for Fiction, the Paris Review's Aga Kahn Prize and John Train Prize for Humour, and the O. Henry Award. He died in 2008.
Barbara Fox is the daughter of Gwenda Gofton. She is a freelance journalist and lives in Surrey with her husband and two sons.
Michael Frayn is both a successful novelist and playwright. He has published 13 plays, including NOISES OFF, and his 1999 novel, HEADLONG, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize, the Whitbread Novel Prize and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.