Wilson, Barbara (Ellen)

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WILSON, Barbara (Ellen)

WILSON, Barbara (Ellen). American, b. 1950. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Translations. Career: Writer. Investigative journalist. Seal Press, Seattle, WA, co-founder, 1976, publisher, 1982-94; cofounder, Women in Translation Press. Publications: CRIME FICTION: Murder in the Collective, 1984; Sisters of the Road, 1987; Dog Collar Murders, 1989; Gaudi Afternoon, 1990; Trouble in Transylvania, 1993; The Death of a Much-Travelled Woman and Other Adventures with Cassandra Reilly, 1998; The Case of the Orphaned Bassoonists, 2000. SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS: Talk and Contact, 1978; Thin Ice, 1981; Walking on the Moon: Six Stories and a Novella, 1983; Miss Venezuela, 1988; Salt Water and Other Stories, 1999. TRANSLATIONS: C. Sandel: Collected Short Stores, 1985; E. Haslund, Nothing Happened, 1987; L. Finstand and C. Hoigard, Backstreets, 1992. OTHER: Ambitious Women, 1982; Cows and Horses, 1988; If You Had a Family, 1996; Blue Windows: A Christian Science Childhood, 1997. Address: c/o Seal Press, 300 Queen Anne Ave N #375, Seattle, WA 98109, U.S.A.

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