- January 4 – T. S. Eliot, American/British poet and dramatist, 76
- January 12 – Lorraine Hansberry, journalist and dramatist, 34 (cancer)
- March 13 – Fan S. Noli, Albanian bishop and poet, 83
- May 3 – Howard Spring, novelist, 76
- June 5 – Thornton Burgess, children's author, 91
- June 13 - Martin Buber, Austrian-born Jewish philosopher, 87
- July 9 – Jacques Audiberti, French Absurdist dramatist, poet and novelist, 66
- July 28 – Rampo Edogawa, Japanese author and critic, 70
- July 30 – Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Japanese novelist, 79
- July 31 – John Metcalfe, novelist and short story writer, 73
- August 17 – Jack Spicer, poet, 40 (alcohol-related)
- October 8 – Thomas B. Costain, popular historian, 80
- October 15 – Randall Jarrell, poet, 54 (road accident)
- October 30 – Arthur Schlesinger, Sr., American historian, 77
- November 8 – Dorothy Kilgallen, journalist, 52 (alcohol/drug overdose)
- November 20 – Katharine Anthony, biographer, 87
- December 16 – W. Somerset Maugham, dramatist, novelist and short story writer, 91
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