- A Land Remembered – Patrick D. Smith. A novel published in 1984 that focuses on various generations of the MacIvey family and their attempt to thrive during Florida’s Golden Age.
- Sweat (1926) – Zora Neale Hurston. A short story by famed Eatonville, FL female African American writer about a woman who works as a clothes washer and her violent husband.
- 7,000 Clams – Lee Irby.
- East Angels (1886) – Constance Fenimore Woolson.
- Ernest Hemingway – famed Key West, FL resident & writer.
- Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings – rural Florida writer; best known for The Yearling, a novel published just after the end of the Golden Age in 1938.
- Lillian Smith – southern liberal writer born in Jasper, FL; best known for her novel, Strange Fruit (1944).
- James Weldon Johnson – Jacksonville, FL born African American writer and civil rights activist; member of the Harlem Renaissance.
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