The Top Gemini Writers…

Anne Frank, Ian Fleming, Yeats and Thomas Hardy Are All Born Under This Sign!

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You might know that Gemini is the zodiac sign with an affinity for communication, engagement and rapport. So is there a special correlation between people born under this sign and the skill of writing? Lets see… You might also enjoy this list of Gemini rappers!

Gemini Writers

Anne Frank: Diarist

June 12th 1929

One of the most beloved victims of the Holocaust, Anne Frank gained recognition after her diary was published. Widely read and translated, details of the lives of Anne and her family were revealed, when they went into hiding as Germany occupied the Netherlands.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes

May 22nd 1859

Remembered for creating the iconic character Sherlock Holmes, this writer produced 4 novels and 56 short stories about the detective adventures.

Ian Fleming: James Bond

May 28th 1908

British writer, naval intelligence officer, and journalist, Fleming created one of the most popular characters of all time. His James Bond novels have sold more than 100 million copies, making them one of the best-selling fictional book series in history. 

Andrzej Sapkowski: The Witcher

 June 21st 1948

Polish fantasy author Andrzej Sapkowski is best known for his series ‘The Witcher’. It has also been made into a Netflix series. He initially studied economics and worked as a sales representative, a very Gemini profession, too!

Rick Riordan: Percy Jackson & the Olympians

June 5th 1964

With books based on the mythologies of various cultures, Riordan’s works have sold over 30 million copies. He is a two-time winner of Mark Twain Award.

Walt Whitman: Poet

May 31st 1819

Often referred to as the father of free verse, Whitman was an American poet, journalist, and essayist.

Salman Rushdie: Midnight’s Children

June 19th1947

Novelist Salman Rushdie was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to literature. In 2008, he was ranked 13th in the 50 greatest British writers since 1945 list published by The Times.

W B Yeats: Poet

June 13th 1865

The Nobel Prize-winning Irish poet, playwright, and prose writer W. B. Yeats is one of the most significant literary figures of the 20th century. 

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Thomas Hardy: Poet & Novelist

June 2nd 1840

Hardy wrote classics such as Far from the Madding Crowd and Tess of the d’Urbervilles. He mostly showed his characters struggling against social conditions and ending up in tragic situations.

Alexander Pushkin: Playwright, Poet & Novelist

June 6th 1799

Legendary Pushkin is considered one of the most prominent figures of the Romantic era and of Russian literature. He is remembered for the poem Ode to Liberty, which led him to be exiled by Tsar Alexander I.

Alexander Pope: Poet

May 21st 1688

Widely regarded as one of the most important English poets of the 18th century, Pope is best remembered for writing discursive poetry and heroic couplets.

Allen Ginsberg: Poet

June 3rd 1926

A Beat Generation poet, Ginsberg is best remembered for his 1956 poem Howl. This criticised U.S. capitalism and described homosexual acts, and was banned.

Aaron Sorkin: The Social Network

June 9th 1961

An American filmmaker, playwright, and screenwriter, Sorkin won the Academy Award for The Social Network. Aaron Sorkin is credited with popularising extended monologues and fast-paced dialogue in films. He is also known for using single tracking shots of where multiple characters enter and exit the conversation.

Saroo Brierley

May 22nd 1981

Indian-born Australian entrepreneur and author Saroo Brierley was separated from his mother at 5, when he accidentally boarded a train to Howrah station from Burhanpur. He ended up being adopted by an Australian couple. He later found his mother via Google Earth. His autobiography was adapted into the film Lion.

Joan Collins

May 23rd 1933

Sister of renowned author Jackie Collins, this actress is best known for her Golden Globe-winning role of Alexis Carrington in Dynasty. This was an iconic soap of the 1980s. But this Gemini writer has also penned several books, including beauty books, memoirs, and novels. A seasoned theater actor, she also received the DBE and OBE.

Gilbert K. Chesterton

May 29, 1874

Gilbert K. Chesterton was an English writer, philosopher, and art critic. A prolific writer, he composed around 80 books, hundreds of poems, around 200 short stories, and 4,000 essays. Often referred to as the “prince of paradox”, he had as many detractors as he had admirers.

Alex Garland: The Beach

May 26th 1970

Novelist, Screenwriter, Film Director, Alex Garland is a writer best known for penning The Beach. He has the screenplays of films like 28 Days Later, and directed movies like Ex Machina, which earned him an Oscar nomination and a couple of BIFA awards.

Osamu Dazai

June 19th 1909

Osamu Dazai was a Japanese author widely regarded as one of the leading writers of fiction of 20th-century Japan. Most of his popular works, such as No Longer Human and The Setting Sun, are regarded as modern-day classics in Japan. Several years after his death, Osamu Dazai continues to be celebrated in Japan, although he is relatively unknown elsewhere.

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