Autumn Stanley, 1933-

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Autumn Stanley

Autumn Stanley started telling stories as a child--nightly bed-time stories for her sister. Her first written stories were for her own children--some read on radio, and two published by small presses. Later she wrote stories for her grandchildren--and hopes to publish more of them. She has published an asparagus cookbook, a book on women inventors, and a biography called Raising More Hell and Fewer Dahlias. She has taught at college level, and has worked as an editor. Today she is busy with photography and keeping up with four children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.

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Santa Rosa
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