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Chippendale, Lisa A.



Female. Education: Boston University, B.A., B.Mus., 1992. Hobbies and other interests: Trading-card, role-playing, and board game enthusiast.


Agent c/o Author Mail, Enslow Publishers, Box 398, 40 Industrial Road, Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922-0398. E-mail [email protected]


Writer, editor, and musician. Violin teacher, 1992; TV Guide, editorial assistant, 1992-93; American Association for Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA, staff publication editor, 1993-96, senior staff editor, 1996; Chelsea House Publishers, Broomall, PA, senior production editor, 1996-99; freelance writer and editor, 1998; Dream Chaser Enterprises, Eddystone, PA, senior editor, 1999-2000.


The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, Chelsea House (Philadelphia, PA), 2001.

Triumph of the Imagination: The Story of Writer J. K. Rowling, Chelsea House (Philadelphia, PA), 2002.

Yo-Yo Ma: A Cello Superstar Brings Music to the World, Enslow Publishers (Berkeley Heights, NJ), 2004.

Work in Progress

A young-adult fantasy novel.

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