Fine, Anne

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FINE, Anne

FINE, Anne. British, b. 1947. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction. Career: Teacher, Cardinal Wiseman Secondary School, Coventry, 1968-69, and Saughton Prison, Edinburgh, 1971-72; Oxfam, Oxford, information officer, 1969-71. Royal Society of Literature, fellow, 2003; OBE, 2003. Publications: CHILDREN/YA FICTION: The Summer-House Loon, 1978; The Other, Darker Ned, 1979; The Stone Menagerie, 1980; Round behind the Ice-House, 1981; The Granny Project, 1983; Scaredy-Cat, 1985; Anneli the Art Hater, 1986; Madame Doubtfire, 1987; Crummy Mummy & Me, 1987; A Pack of Liars, 1988; Goggle-Eyes, 1989; Bill's New Frock, 1989; Stranger Danger, 1989; The Country Pancake, 1989; A Sudden Puff of Glittering Smoke, 1989; A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind, 1990; Only a Show, 1990; Design-a-Pram, 1991; A Sudden Glow of Gold, 1991; Poor Monty, 1991; The Worst Child I Ever Had, 1991; The Angel of Nitshill Road, 1991; The Book of the Banshee, 1991; Flour Babies, 1992; Same Old Story Every Year, 1992; The Chicken Gave It to Me, 1992; The Haunting of Pip Parker, 1992; Press "Play," 1994; The Diary of a Killer Cat, 1994; Step by Wicked Step, 1995; How to Write Really Badly, 1996; The Tulip Touch, 1996; Keep It in the Family, 1996; Jennifer's Diary, 1996; Countdown, 1996; Care of Henry, 1996; Telling Liddy, 1998; Bad Dreams, 2000; Very Different, 2001; Up on Cloud Nine, 2002; The More the Merrier, 2003. ADULT FICTION: The Killjoy, 1986; Taking the Devil's Advice, 1990; In Cold Domain, 1994; All Bones and Lies, 2001. Address: c/o David Higham Associates, 5-8 Lower John St, Golden Sq, London W1R 4HA, England.