Andryszewski, Tricia

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ANDRYSZEWSKI, Tricia. (Tricia Andryszewski Shapiro). American, b. 1956. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Children's non-fiction, Young adult nonfiction. Career: Girard College, Philadelphia, PA, taught high school social studies, 1978-79; GKSW: Human Service and Behavioral Science Consultants, Glenside, PA, 1979-80; Warner Books, NYC, 1980-81; Scholarly Resources, Wilmington, DE, project editor, 1988-89; assistant to Leonard Bernstein (composer/conductor), NYC, and Fairfield, CT, 1989-91; researcher/manager for Elizabeth Drew (writer), Washington, DC, 1992-93; freelance editor, writer, and researcher, full and part time, 1981-. Researched and wrote news analyses, brief biographies, and historical essays for CDROMs, 1994-99; copyedited bimonthly newsletters, 1994-98; copyedited full-length books for children and adults. Publications: The Dust Bowl: Disaster on the Plains, 1993; Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Friend of the Everglades, 1994; Immigration: Newcomers and Their Impact on the U.S., 1995; The Seminoles: People of the Southeast, 1995; The Environment and the Economy, 1995; What to Do about Nuclear Waste, 1995; The Amazing Life of Moe Berg, 1995; Abortion Rights, Options, and Choices, 1996; 1963: Gathering to Be Heard, the March on Washington, 1996; The Militia Movement in America, 1997; School Prayer, 1997; Communities of the Faithful, 1997; Step by Step along the Appalachian Trail, 1998; Step by Step along the Pacific Crest Trail, 1998; Kosovo: The Splintering of Yugoslavia, 1999; Bill Bradley, 1999; The Reform Party, 1999; Gay Rights, 1999; Terrorism in America, 2002. Address: 152 1/2 Deer Hill Ave, Danbury, CT 06810, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]