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Lorimer, Sara 1970-

LORIMER, Sara 1970-

PERSONAL:

Born September 14, 1970, in MA; married Oliver Moffat; children: Oliver, Jr. Education: Evergreen State College, B.A.; Columbia University, M.F.A.

ADDRESSES:

Agent—c/o Author Mail, Chronicle Books, 85 Second St., 6th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105.

CAREER:

Writer.

WRITINGS:

Booty: Girl Pirates on the High Seas, Chronicle Books (San Francisco, CA), 2002.

SIDELIGHTS:

Sara Lorimer told CA: "I wrote the book I wanted to read."

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

School Library Journal, December, 2002, Christine C. Menefee, review of Booty: Girl Pirates on the High Seas, p. 175.

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