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educator , writer

Anne Nall Stallworth, American writer, educator. Recipient Best Fiction award Alabama Library., 1972. Editor Foundation for Women's Health newsletter, Birmingham; publicity director Birmingham Music Club; founder and creator Workshop Alabama Writers Group.

Background

Stallworth, Anne Nall was born on September 30, 1935 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Daughter of John Martin and Lida Lucille (Crump) Nall.

Education

Student, Birmingham-Southern College, 1953.

Career

Teacher University Alabama, Birmingham. Member advisory board Writing Today annual seminar Birmingham-Southern College.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: This Time Next Year, 1972 (Best Fiction award Alabama Library. ), Where the Bright Lights Shine, 1977, Go, Go, Said the Bird Published Soft Cancer, New South Press, 1984 (movie rights pending). (short story) Waiting (McCall's magazine), 1976.

Membership

Editor Foundation for Women's Health newsletter, Birmingham. Publicity director Birmingham Music Club. Founder and creator Workshop Alabama Writers Group.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Speaking at libraries, women's clubs, presenting workshops for writers.

Connections

Married Clarke J. Stallworth Junior, March 23, 1925. Children: Carole Anne Stallworth, Clarke J. Stallworth III.

father:
John Martin Nall

mother:
Lida Lucille (Crump) Nall

spouse:
Clarke J. Stallworth Junior

children:
Carole Anne Stallworth

Clarke J. Stallworth III Stallworth