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Alan Hines

literature educator , writer

Alan Hines, American literature educator, writer. Recipient Mishma award, St. Andrews Press, 1977. Member of Academy television Art & Science, Authors Guild.

Background

Hines, Alan was born on March 19, 1951 in Dallas, Texas, United States. Son of Marshall Allen Hines and Lois Marie McCaslin.

Education

Bachelor, City College of New York, 1977. Master of Fine Arts, Brooklyn College, 1980.

Career

Professor Kutztown University, Pennsylvania, since 2009.

Works

  • Author: (novel) Square Dance. Screenwriter/co-executive producer (screenplay) The Familiar Stranger, (screenplays) Ambulance Girl. Producer(screenwriter): Dangerous Child.

    Screenwriter (screenplays) Guilt By Association, The Interrogation of Michael Crowe (The George Peabody Award, 2003), Big Spender, The Perfect Witness, Me & Luke, Save Me, Square Dance, In Sickness and In Health, Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story, Breaking The Surface: The Greg Louganis Story, Murder At My Door, screenwriter/producer When Husbands Cheat, screenwriter Too Close to Home, Crowned and Dangerous.

Membership

Member of Academy television Art & Science, Authors Guild.

Connections

Life partner Thomas William Sperling.

father:
Marshall Allen Hines

mother:
Lois Marie McCaslin