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  • n. Plural form of fictionist.

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Examples

  • Science fictionists have often imagined cyborgs -- part electronic, part human being.

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  • The untimely death of this most popular of American fictionists has profoundly shocked a world that expected him to live and work for many years longer.

    Jack and Charmian London's Grave Site

  • Over the last two decades, Dunant has been quietly building an international reputation as one of the most watch-worthy historical fictionists writing today.

    New This Week: Sacred Hearts

  • And why allow Philip K. Dick and exclude "meta-fictionists?"

    Best American fiction, 1968–1998

  • Other fictionists have tackled the Crippen case, but none so successfully as Edwards does in Dancing for the Hangman.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • McFetridge is one of a new breed of Canadian crime fictionists, building neo noir that seems touched by both the humor and self-consciousness of life north of the 48th.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Erika is also the editor/publisher of The Practicing Writer, a free and popular e-newsletter featuring advice, opportunities, and resources on the craft and business of writing for fictionists, poets, and writers of creative nonfiction.

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • There is a vast literature on the subject if one cares to read it, and the modern fictionists (like the painter-men) have even developed a "Cornish school."

    The Automobilist Abroad

  • We are still suffering (worse than ever) from a paucity of news and a superabundance of rumours; indeed the supply of the latter far exceeds the demand, and budding fictionists eclipse themselves daily.

    A Yeoman's Letters Third Edition

  • We can be surer of him than of her, however; but there is no question of the native Americanness of Mrs. Alexander's girl, who is done so strikingly to the life, with courage to grapple a character and a temperament as uncommon as it is true, which we have rarely found among our fictionists.

    Different Girls

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