Who are some authors that write from unfamiliar perspectives?

Who are some authors that write from unfamiliar perspectives? Topic: Examples of writing an interview
July 16, 2019 / By Benji
Question: I'm doing an independent project for my creative class and I'm trying to find author's that write from perspectives that they don't know first hand. For example, there's a book (can't remember the title or author) written by a 30 something year old healthy man from the perspective of a 8 year old autistic boy. There are also books written from the perspective of a dog. It can be any book or author as long as it's not something they know first hand. It could be different gender, animal, age, living conditions. Anything. Maybe a book written in the perspective of a criminal or sociopath could be really cool. But, like I said anything! Also, if anyone can find interviews with authors about their writing process and how they get in the mind of these other people that would really help. If not, no big deal. Thanks!!
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Abe Abe | 6 days ago
"Irvine Welsh released The Acid House, a collection of short stories from Rebel Inc., New Writing Scotland and other sources. Many of the stories take place in and around the housing schemes from Trainspotting, and employ many of the same themes; however, a touch of fantasy is apparent in stories such as The Acid House, where the minds of a baby and a drug user swap bodies, or The Granton Star Cause, where God transforms a man into a fly as punishment for wasting his life. Welsh himself adapted three of the stories for a later film of the same name, which he also appeared in." lifted from wikipedia
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Abe Originally Answered: Why can't fanfiction authors write?
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Abe Originally Answered: Why can't fanfiction authors write?
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Abe Originally Answered: Why can't fanfiction authors write?
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Abe Originally Answered: Why can't fanfiction authors write?
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Abe Originally Answered: How do you start off to write your books? Authors?
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Abe Originally Answered: How do you start off to write your books? Authors?
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Abe Originally Answered: How do you start off to write your books? Authors?
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