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Ben Caesar (c. 1955) is a prolific Italian fiction and non-fiction writer, of English language primarily, famous for his post-modern and absurdist humor. He started by writing short stories for children and then wrote his first novel in 1973. He was at his peak of popularity in the '70s to '90s due to his Demon identification series, Evolution of the languages series, and Loki series. As of 2017 he was an editor of the magazine "NewsGossipBull" and writing novels for Caesar Publications, Rome.
Ben has authored hundreds of fiction and non-fiction books which include characters such as The Bothell Witch as well as the GI Jew. He has written extensively on medical diseases and various issues in non-fiction.
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