Anne Snyder





Anne Snyder


Born
Boston, The United States
Died
February 02, 2001

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Anne Snyder was a prize-winning author of young-adult fiction whose novels confronted alcoholism, homelessness, sexuality and other real-life dilemmas

She was born in Boston and grew up in the blue-collar Jewish neighborhoods of Detroit. She attended high school in Detroit and later put herself through two years of college.

In 1949, after marrying and starting a family, she moved to Los Angeles, where she began her writing career. She wrote and directed plays for a Westchester theater group called Kentwood Players and for the City of Hope. She also studied creative writing at Los Angeles Valley College.

During the 1970s, she taught creative writing at Valley College and at Pierce College and Cal State Northridge.

Snyder also worked in televisio
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Average rating: 3.83 · 204 ratings · 29 reviews · 13 distinct works · Similar authors
Goodbye, Paper Doll

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My Name Is Davy, I'm an Alc...

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The Truth about Alex

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First Step

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Two Point Zero

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The Best That Money Can Buy

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50,000 Names for Jeff

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You Want to Be What?

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Nobody's Brother

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The Best Times

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