- Peter Altenberg, born in 1859 in Vienna.
- Raphael Basch (1813-?), journalist & politician
- Abraham Benisch (1814–1878) Hebraist and journalist; born Bohemia
- Henri Blowitz, journalist
- Boris Brainin (Sepp Österreicher), poet and translator
- Fritz Brainin, poet
- Paul Kornfeld (1889–1942) writer, author of many expressionist plays
- Karl Kraus, author
- Heinrich Landesmann, poet
- Joseph Roth, novelist and journalist
- Felix Salten, Hungarian-born Austrian writer
- Alice Schwarz-Gardos (1915-2007), writer, journalist and editor-in-chief of Israel Nachrichten 1975-2007 de:Alice Schwarz-Gardos Israel-Nachrichten
- Hugo Sonnenschein, Bohemian-born writer
- Stefan Zweig, writer
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“Already the writers are complaining that there is too much freedom. They need some pressure. The worse your daily life, the better your art. If you have to be careful because of oppression and censorship, this pressure produces diamonds.”
—Tatyana Tolstaya (b. 1951)
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Never to have drawn the breath of life, never to have looked into the eye of day;
The second bests a gay goodnight and quickly turn away.”
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“Thats one thing I like about Hollywood. The writer is there revealed in his ultimate corruption. He asks no praise, because his praise comes to him in the form of a salary check. In Hollywood the average writer is not young, not honest, not brave, and a bit overdressed. But he is darn good company, which book writers as a rule are not. He is better than what he writes. Most book writers are not as good.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)