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The legendary American author Joan Didion won a National Book Award for Nonfiction for her visceral memoir The Year of Magical Thinking.
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Canadian author Thomas King won the 2014 RBC Taylor Prize for his nonfiction book The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America. 
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The American author Paul Auster's first published work was The Invention of Solitude, a memoir that was instantly and widely acclaimed. 
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Charlotte Gray is regarded as a master of literary nonfiction in Canada. She's the author of nine acclaimed books of historical nonfiction and a member of the Order of Canada. 
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Canadian journalist and author J.B. MacKinnon won the Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction for his book Dead Man in Paradise, about his uncle's murder.
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American author Diane Ackerman's nonfiction books have appeared on the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Circle Critics Award shortlists, as well as The New York Times bestseller list.  
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Truman Capote's 1966 "non-fiction novel" In Cold Blood went on to become the second biggest-selling true crime book in publishing history.
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Renowned for her nonfiction writing on art, American author Susan Sontag won a National Book Critics Circle Award for her 1977 book On Photography. 
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Though best known for his humorous take on travel writing in books like Notes from A Small Island, American writer Bill Bryson has also written nonfiction books on science and language. 
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American humourist David Sedaris' essay collections about his family, childhood and daily life have sold millions of copies worldwide. 
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