Kelly, Clint

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KELLY, Clint

KELLY, Clint. American, b. 1950. Genres: Novels, Adult non-fiction. Career: Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, communications specialist, 1988-. Writing instructor for Discover U and for writer's conferences; codirector of Seattle Pacific University Christian Writers Weekend; Presbyterian elder and teacher. Publications: FICTION: The Landing Place, 1993; The Lost Kingdom, 1994; The Aryan, 1995; Deliver Us from Evil, 1998; The Power and the Glory, 1999; Escape Underground (juvenile novel), 2001; Bruce the Spruce and the Christmas Goose (picture book). NONFICTION: The Fame Game: How You, Too, Can Become the Greatest, 1984; (with C. Bottemiller) The Everett Cartoon and Trivia Book, 1985; (with J.H. Hampsch) The Key to Inner Peace, 1985; Me Parent, You Kid! Taming the Family Zoo, 1993; How to Win Grins and Influence Little People, 1996; Dare to Raise Exceptional Children: Give Your Kids a Sense of Purpose, a Sense of Adventure, and a Sense of Humor, 2001. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals. Address: 504 51st St. SW, Everett, WA 98203, U.S.A. Online address: