Biography of Zona Gale (1874-?)

Writer and American literata, born in 1874 in Portage. He/She worked as an editor at several newspapers, and developed most of his career in the New York World newspaper, in whose team entered from 1911. In addition to his journalistic articles published numerous works, among which include some as Romance Island (1906), the loves of Pelbas and Etarre (1907), the city of friendship (1908), the stories of the city of friendship (1909), mothers and men (1911), Christina (1912), when I was small (1913), stories of the neighborhood (1914), the heart of Kindred (1915), a daughter of the morning (1917)Birth (1924) and the comedy entitled Miss Lulu Bell, which earned him the Pulitzer Prize in 1921.