Blackman, Malorie

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BLACKMAN, Malorie

BLACKMAN, Malorie. British, b. 1962. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Children's non-fiction, Young adult non-fiction. Career: Reuters, London, England, computer programmer, 1983-85, database manager, 1986-90; Digital Equipment, London, software specialist, 1985-86; writer, 1990-. Publications: FOR YOUNG ADULTS: Not So Stupid!, 1990; Trust Me, 1992. FOR CHILDREN: That New Dress!, 1991, as A New Dress for Maya, 1992; Girl Wonder and the Terrific Twins, 1991; Elaine, You're a Brat!, 1991; Girl Wonder's Winter Adventures, 1992; Hacker, 1992; Betsey Biggalow Is Here!, 1992; Betsey Biggalow the Detective, 1992; Operation Gadgetman, 1993; Hurricane Betsey, 1993; Magic Betsey, 1994; Girl Wonder to the Rescue, 1994; Rachel vs. Bonecrusher the Mighty, 1994; Rachel and the Difference Thieves, 1994; My Friend's a Gris-Quok!, 1994; Thief!, 1995; Deadly Dare, 1995; Whizziwig, 1995; Jack Sweettooth, the 73rd, 1995; Mrs. Spoon's Family, 1995; Pig Heart Boy, 1996; Whizziwig, 1996; Dangerous Reality, 1999; Tell Me No Lies, 1999; Noughts and Crosses, 2000. Contributor of short stories and poems to anthologies. Address: c/o Hilary Delamere, The Agency, 24 Pottery Ln, Holland Park, London W11 4LZ, England.