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I need help with compiling a collection of stories; written by 2 groups of people?

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    Hi all

    I have a collection of 70 stories (each story is 1 A4 page) and 35 were written by people with aspergers and the other 35 were written by those without it.

    I wanted to compile these 70 stories as a book. I wondered how I would differentiate to the reader, which story was written by those with the aspergers ? Is there any other way than just labelling at the end of a story that 'this story was written by a person with aspergers'?

    I know some times authors use asterisks, etc, but not sure how that works. I wondered if you had any advice on this?

    Thank you guys !
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