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Carlson, Lori Marie

CARLSON, Lori Marie

CARLSON, Lori Marie. American, b. 1957. Genres: Picture/board books, Novels. Career: Writer. Publications: PICTURE BOOKS: Sol a Sol, 1998; Hurray for Three Kings Day!, 1999. NOVELS: The Sunday Tertulia, 2000; The Flamboyant, 2002. EDITOR: (with others) Where Angels Glide at Dawn: New Stories from Latin America (young adult), 1990; (with others) Return Trip Tango and Other Stories from Abroad, 1992; Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing up Latino in the U.S. (young adult), 1994; American Eyes: New Asian American Short Stories for Young Adults, 1994; (and author of intro) Barrio Streets, Carnival Dreams: Three Generations of Latino Artistry (young adult), 1996; You're On!: Seven Bilingual Plays (juvenile), 1999. Address: c/o Jennifer Lyons, Writers House Inc., 21 West 26th St., New York, NY 10010, U.S.A.

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