Alison McGhee Papers
The collection presently contains typescripts, page proofs, correspondence, and related production material for five titles by Alison McGhee, including both chapter and picture books.
- McGhee, Alison, 1960- (Person)
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The collection contains production material for five published titles.
Alison McGhee is a professor of creative writing at Metropolitan State University in Minnesota. She also teaches in teh MFA in Writing for Children progam at Vermont College. She lives in Minneapolis, MN. After writing three critically acclaimed adult movels she turned her attention to the world of childrens literature. She first wrote a picture book tiltled Countdown to Kindergarten, published in 2002. Another picture book and Snap, a novel about a sesitive girl who comes to terms with loss, followed in 2004. She continues to write books in both genres. Biographical Source: Walker Books and Amazon Web Sites
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Alison McGhee
- Alison McGhee Papers, 1999-2006
- Larry Peterson
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- December 2016: Collection reprocessed and finding aid updated by Caitlin Marineau