Alison Smith (writer)
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Who is Alison Smith?
Alison Smith is an award winning author.
- born on (83 years ago)
- profession: Writer
- written works: "Prospects of part-time work", "Help!/there/cat/wash", "Corporate sponsorship of MBAs", "The Victorian Nude", "Margery Perham and British Rule in Africa", "Computer-aided design international yearbook 1985", "Hawthorn Guide to Exeter and East Devon, the", "French Cinema in the 1970s", "Kids Nature Almanac", "What Savvy Investors Know That You Don'T", "Rising & falling", "Name All the Animals", "Someone Else's Grave"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author - "Someone Else's Grave"
- nominated to Lambda Literary Award for Autobiography/Memoir - "Name All the Animals"
- Lambda Literary Award for Autobiography/Memoir - "Name All the Animals"
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