Stafford, Jean

Born: Jul 01, 1915 AD
Died: 1979 AD, at 63 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Authors, Novelists, Writers

1915 - Born on July 1st in Covina, California. American novelist and short story author.

1936 - Received her B.A. and M.A. from the University of Colorado.

1940 - Married to Robert Lowell.

1944 - Wrote the novel, Boston Adventure.

1945 - Recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship award.

1947 - Wrote her second novel, The Mountain Lion.

1950 - Married to Oliver Jensen, a writer and photograhper for Life.

1952-1954 - Wrote The Catherine Wheel, Children Are Bored on Sunday and A Winter's Tale.

1959 - Married to A.J. Liebling.

1969 - Wrote her award winning piece, Collected Stories.

1970 - Won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for Collected Stories.

1979 - Died on March 26th in White Plains, New York.
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