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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Shirley Streshinsky  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1934 in Alton, Illinois


-- Shirley Streshinsky on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=shirley++streshinsky

E-Mail: -- Streshinsky@earthlink.net


Illinois Connection

Streshinsky was born and raised in Alton, Illinois. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1956 with a degree in Journalism.

Biographical and Professional Information

Streshinsky has lived in Northern California, first in San Francisco in 1959, then across the Bay in Kensington in Berkeley Hills. She was married to photojournalist Ted Streshinsky and workded with im as a team on many magazine articles, until his death in 2003. She also traveled widely as a travel journalist. Shirley recently completed what she calls her "Midwestern" novel, titled ''Walking to England''. She is currently working on a biography of three women who were central to the life ot J. Robert Oppenheimer of atomic bomb fame.


Awards

In 1969, Streshinsky received

Speaking Engagements

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ISBN: 0586070281. OCLC Number: 16923093

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ISBN: 9781618580238. OCLC Number: 813536267

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Ambitious and determined, Hallie Duer craves to be at the center of her epoch--with Prohibition and bootleg gin, Model Ts and moving pictures, Red roundups and the routine lynching of Negroes. The old order is in upheaval, and the emerging new order is at last allowing extraordinary women their long-deserved place in the sun. In this uncommon love story, Hallie, a consummate observer by profession, learns to become a passionate participant when she falls in love with a dynamic Irish lawyer, who is married but separated from his wife. The course of their involvement is complicated by Catholic convention and a secret from the past. Cool-headed, self-possessed Hallie experiences an all-consuming love, but pain, disappointment, and forgiveness are part of that passion--

And I Alone Survived /
ISBN: 0525054812. OCLC Number: 3481982

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The true story of a courageous young woman, who, as sole survivor of a plane crash in the High Sierras, spends a grueling ordeal in the mountains.

Audubon
ISBN: 9781630262747. OCLC Number: 877844509

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Audubon :
ISBN: 0820320056. OCLC Number: 37437464

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Better than fiction 2 :
ISBN: 1743607490. OCLC Number: 903635268

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Join famous fiction writers and up-and-coming authors for this globe-trotting sequel of real-life travel tales. Settings for these true stories- by turns funny, poignant and occasionally unsettling- roam from Azerbaijan to Vietnam, via Iceland, India, Samoa, Scotland and beyond.

Gift of the Golden Mountain :
ISBN: 9781618580221. OCLC Number: 813536547

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Gift of the golden mountain.
ISBN: 0285628909. OCLC Number: 20759390

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Hers the kingdom /
ISBN: 042509801X. OCLC Number: 19964994

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Hers the kingdom :
ISBN: 9781618580214. OCLC Number: 813536575

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When beautiful young Willa Reade first saw the wild California coast called the Malibu, she knew she had come home. It was here, with her handsome aristocratic husband, Owen, and her crippled sister Lena, that Willa would build her empire, an empire that would grow to shelter the generations of a mighty California dynasty.

Oats! :
ISBN: 0890878080. OCLC Number: 35017486

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The shores of paradise /
ISBN: 0425133311. OCLC Number: 26242980

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The shores of Paradise :
ISBN: 9781618580245. OCLC Number: 813537192

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