List of centenarians (authors, poets and journalists)

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The following is a list of centenarians – specifically, people who became famous as authors, poets and journalists – known for reasons other than their longevity. For more lists, see lists of centenarians.

Name Lifespan Age Notability
M. H. Abrams 1912–2015 102 American literary critic[1]
Angelina Acuña 1905–2006 101 Guatemalan educator, writer and poet[2]
Nan Agle 1905–2006 100 American children's writer[3]
Said Akl (aka Saýid Ýaql) 1912–2014[4] 102 Lebanese writer and poet[5]
Ruth Nanda Anshen 1900–2003 103 American author and editor[6]
Francisco Ayala 1906–2009 103 Spanish novelist[7]
Ba Jin 1904–2005 100 Chinese author[citation needed]
Ralph Bates 1899–2000 101 English novelist[citation needed]
Georgina Battiscombe 1905–2006 100 British biographer[citation needed]
Pierre Béarn 1902–2004 102 French poet[citation needed]
José Bello 1904–2008 103 Spanish intellectual and writer[8]
Harry Bernstein 1910–2011 101 English-American author[9]
Colm de Bhailís 1796–1906 109 Irish poet and songwriter[10]
H.J. Blackham 1903–2009 105 British humanist author and philosopher[11]
Lesley Blanch 1904–2007 102 English author and fashion critic[12]
Ralph de Boissière 1907–2008 100 Trinidadian-Australian author[13]
Salvador Borrego 1915–2018 103 Mexican journalist[14]
E. R. Braithwaite 1912–2016 104 Guyanese author[15]
George Braziller 1916–2017 101 American book publisher[16]
George E. Bria 1916–2017 101 American journalist[17]
Sir Harry Brittain 1873–1974 100 British journalist and founder of the Empire Press Union
Arthur Judson Brown 1856–1963 106 American clergyman, missionary, and author[citation needed]
William Slater Brown 1896–1997 100 American novelist, biographer, and translator[18]
Elfriede Brüning 1910–2014 103 German journalist and novelist[19]
Chang Ch'ung-ho 1914–2015 101 Chinese-American poet, writer and educator[20]
Fulgence Charpentier 1897–2001 103 Canadian journalist and columnist[citation needed]
Nirad C. Chaudhuri 1897–1999 101 Bengali-Indian writer[citation needed]
Yehuda Chitrik 1899–2006 106 American Chabad-Lubavitch author and Mashpia[citation needed]
Georges-Emmanuel Clancier 1914–2018 104 French poet[21]
Beverly Cleary 1916– 102 American author[22]
Julia Clements 1906–2010 104 English author and flower arranger[23]
Norman Corwin 1910–2011 101 American writer, screenwriter, and producer[24]
Fleur Cowles 1908–2009 101 American author, editor and artist[25]
Victoriano Crémer 1906–2009 102 Spanish poet[26]
Ève Curie 1904–2007 102 American author and biographer[citation needed]
Hope Hale Davis 1903–2004 100 American feminist and communist, later author and writing teacher.[27]
Geoffrey Dearmer 1893–1996 103 British poet[citation needed]
Bessie Delany 1891–1995 104 American dentist, author and civil rights pioneer[28]
Sadie Delany 1889–1999 109 American educator, author and civil rights pioneer[28]
Güzin Dino 1910–2013 102 Turkish writer[29]
Marjory Stoneman Douglas 1890–1998 108 American conservationist and writer[citation needed]
Milt Dunnell 1905–2008 102 Canadian sportswriter[30]
Oscar Dystel 1912–2014 101 American publisher[31]
Richard Eberhart 1904–2005 101 American poet; Pulitzer Prize winner[citation needed]
Julius Eisenstein 1854–1956 101 Russian-American writer and historian[citation needed]
Mari Ellis 1913–2015 101 Welsh feminist writer[32]
Jeannette Eyerly 1908–2008 100 American writer[33]
Charles Fern 1892–1995 102 American journalist and aviator[34]
Juan Filloy 1894–2000 105 Argentinian writer[35]
Traute Foresti 1915–2015 100 Austrian poet and actress[citation needed]
Neta Lohnes Frazier 1890–1990 100 American children's author[citation needed]
Mariana Frenk-Westheim 1898–2004 106 German-Spanish writer[citation needed]
Jacque Fresco 1916–2017 101 American futurist[36]
Jean Fritz 1915–2017 101 American children's author[37]
Dorothy Frooks 1896–1997 101 American author, publisher, military officer and military lawyer[38]
Luciana Frassati Gawronska 1902–2007 105 Polish-Italian author[citation needed]
Margot Gayle 1908–2008 100 American author and historical preservationist[39]
Edward K. Gaylord 1873–1974 101 American newspaper publisher and philanthropist[citation needed]
Itche Goldberg 1904–2006 102 Yiddish writer, scholar and political activist
Miriam Goldberg 1916–2017 100 American newspaper publisher and editor[40]
Bernice Gordon 1914–2015 101 American cruciverbalist[41]
Javare Gowda 1915–2016 100 Indian Kannada language author[42]
George F. Grant 1906–2008 102 American author on angling and innovator of fly tying[43]
Ruth Gruber 1911–2016 105 American journalist and writer[44]
Andrés Henestrosa 1906–2008 101 Mexican writer[45]
Học Phi 1913–2014 101 Vietnamese dramatist[46]
Drue Heinz 1915–2018 103 American literary publisher (The Paris Review) and patron (Drue Heinz Literature Prize)[47]
Clare Hollingworth 1911–2017 105 British journalist, first correspondent to report on World War II[48]
William Arthur Irwin 1898–1999 101 Canadian journalist and diplomat[49]
Mohammad-Ali Jamalzadeh 1892–1997 105 Iranian writer[citation needed]
Elizabeth Jenkins 1905–2010 104 English novelist[50]
Ernst Jünger 1895–1998 102 German writer[citation needed]
Irena Jurgielewiczowa 1903–2003 100 Polish author[51]
Joseph Nathan Kane 1899–2002 103 American author[citation needed]
Bel Kaufman 1911–2014 103 German-born American novelist and professor[52]
Hans Keilson 1909–2011 101 German-Dutch novelist[53]
Masajirō Kojima 1894–1994 100 Japanese novelist[54]
Sasha Krasny 1882–1995 112 Russian poet[55]
Stanley Kunitz 1905–2006 100 American poet; two-time Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress (1974, 2000)[citation needed]
André Lafargue 1917–2017 100 French journalist and theatre critic[citation needed]
Anthony Lawrence 1912–2013 101 British journalist[56]
Erna Lazarus 1903–2006 102 American screenwriter[citation needed]
Michio Mado 1909–2014 104 Japanese poet[57]
Clément Marchand 1912–2013 100 Canadian author, poet and journalist and publisher[58]
Claire Martin 1914–2014 100 Canadian novelist[59]
Mildred Shapley Matthews 1915–2016 101 American book editor and writer, best known for her astronomy books[60][61]
Lorna McDonald 1916–2017 100 Australian author and historian[62]
Joe Medicine Crow 1913–2016 102 American Crow historian and author[63]
Erik Mesterton 1903–2004 100 Swedish author, literary critic, and translator[64]
Curt Meyer-Clason 1910–2012 101 German writer and translator[65]
Draja Mickaharic 1912– 106 American author and occultist[66]
Naomi Mitchison 1897–1999 101 Scottish writer[citation needed]
Alicia Moreau de Justo 1885–1986 100 Argentine writer[citation needed]
Henry Morgenthau III 1917–2018 101 American writer[67]
John Godfrey Morris 1916–2017 100 American author, photojournalist and picture editor.
Ruth Munce 1898–2001 103 American romance novelist[citation needed]
Carla Porta Musa 1902–2012 110 Italian essayist and poet[68]
Maurice Nadeau 1911–2013 102 French writer and editor[69]
Fumio Niwa 1904–2005 100 Japanese novelist[citation needed]
Boris Pahor 1913– 104 Slovenian novelist and concentration camp survivor[70]
Lillian Rogers Parks 1897–1997 100 American writer[citation needed]
Frances Partridge 1900–2004 103 English diarist; member of the Bloomsbury Group[71]
James Larkin Pearson 1879–1981 101 American poet; Poet Laureate of North Carolina (1953–81)[citation needed]
Nicanor Parra 1914–2018 103 Chilean poet[72]
José Osvaldo de Meira Penna 1917–2017 100 Brazilian classical liberal writer[73]
Fernando Pessa 1902–2002 100 Portuguese journalist and radio broadcaster[citation needed]
Chapman Pincher 1914–2014 100 British writer[74]
Nilawan Pintong 1915–2017 101 Thai feminist writer[75]
Gertrude Poe 1915–2017 101 American journalist, lawyer and real estate agent[76]
Ida Pollock 1908–2013 105 British romance novelist[77]
Giuseppe Prezzolini 1882–1982 100 Italian journalist and writer[78]
Edith B. Price 1897–1997 100 American author of children's books[citation needed]
Carl Rakosi 1903–2004 101 American Objectivist poet[citation needed]
Joana Raspall i Juanola 1913–2013 100 Spanish writer[79]
Pura Santillan-Castrence 1905–2007 101 Filipino author and diplomat[citation needed]
Constance Savery 1897–1999 101 English author, principally of children's books[80]
Marian Cannon Schlesinger 1912–2017 105 American artist and author[81]
George Seldes 1890–1995 104 American journalist and writer[citation needed]
K. D. Sethna 1904–2011 106 Indian author and poet[82]
Mildred Shapley Matthews 1915–2016 100 American book editor[83]
Toyo Shibata 1911–2013 101 Japanese poet[84]
Barbosa Lima Sobrinho 1897–2000 103 Brazilian historian, writer and journalist[85]
Marga Spiegel 1912–2014 101 German writer[86]
Edna Staebler 1906–2006 100 Canadian writer[citation needed]
Margarita Stāraste-Bordevīka 1914–2014 100 Latvian writer[87]
Barrie Stavis 1906–2007 100 American playwright[citation needed]
Grace Zaring Stone 1891–1991 100 American novelist[88]
Audrey Stubbart 1895–2000 105 American newspaper columnist[89]
Peter Stursberg 1913–2014 101 Canadian writer and broadcaster[90]
Dragutin Tadijanović 1905–2007 101 Croatian poet and writer[citation needed]
Gladys Tantaquidgeon 1899–2005 106 American anthropologist and author[91]
Ellen Tarry 1906–2008 101 American writer; specialized in children's literature[92]
Jean Bell Thomas 1881–1982 101 American folk festival promoter, traveler and author[citation needed]
Frits Thors 1909–2014 104 Dutch journalist and news anchor[93]
Walter Trohan 1903–2003 100 American writer and historian[citation needed]
Daisy Turner 1883–1988 104 American storyteller and poet[94]
William Ungar 1913–2013 100 Polish-born American author[95]
Edward Upward 1903–2009 105 English writer[citation needed]
Edward Wagenknecht 1900–2004 104 American co-author of White House memoirs[citation needed]
Arthur Walworth 1903–2005 101 American writer and biographer of Woodrow Wilson[citation needed]
Curt Weibull 1886–1991 105 Swedish historian and author[citation needed]
Phyllis A. Whitney 1903–2008 104 American mystery writer[96]
Mary Wilson, Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx 1916–2018 102 English poet and wife of British Prime Minister Harold Wilson[97]
Herman Wouk 1915– 103 American author[98]
Yang Jiang 1911–2016 104 Chinese playwright, author, and translator[99]
Lester Ziffren 1906–2007 101 First American journalist to report on the Spanish Civil War[citation needed]

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