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us: Cline, Sally



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    • found: Reflecting men, c1987: CIP t.p. (Sally Cline) jacket (works in Cambridge, Cornwall & Canada, has just completed two novels & working on Just desserts: women and food)
    • found: Dashiell Hammett : man of mystery, ©2014: t.p. (Sally Cline)
    • found: Anglia Ruskin University, September 26, 2014 (Sally Cline is a groundbreaking biographer and short story writer. She has now completed her 11th book The Arvon Book of Life Writing (with Carole Angier) published by A and C Black (June 2010), the first stand-alone book in the UK on biography, autobiography and memoir. It is to be the first in a new Arvon series of books on writing (short stories, creative non-fiction, novels, poetry, etcs) which Sally will co-edit. Her award winning literary biographies include Radclyffe Hall: A Woman Called John (1997), Zelda Fitzgerald: Her Voice in Paradise (2002) and Lillian Hellman and Dashiell Hammett: Memories or Myths. She is now researching the first American woman publisher Blanche Knopf for her next biography. Her first novel The Visitor is awaiting publication. ... Born in London, she has lived for 30 years in Cambridge, taught for many years at Cambridge University, read English and Philosophy at Durham University, gained her Masters in Social Science and Women's Studies from Lancaster University, and in 2004 was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge for her internationally known writing) {http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/microsites/honorary/cline.html}
    • found: Website of The Biographers' Club, Sept. 26, 2014 (Educated at Durham University and Lancaster University, in 2004 she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for her writing in Cambridge , her home for 26 years. Born in London, a former Fleet Street journalist and international stage director, she has taught Social and Political Science at Cambridge University and English and Creative Writing at APU, Cambridge where she was the Royal Literary Fund Writing and Project Fellow for five years and is now Writer in Residence) {http://www.biographersclub.co.uk/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=25&Itemid=131}
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