Belinda Hurmence papers
Scope and Contents
Papers of a multiple-times winner of the Juvenile Literature Award presented annually by the North Carolina American Association of University Women. Includes correspondence with publisher relating to Tancy (1984) and the manuscript and galleys of The Nightwalker (1989).
- 1982 - 1989
- Hurmence, Belinda (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Belinda Hurmence was born in Oklahoma, raised in Texas, and educated at the University of Texas and Columbia University. She worked as a former assistant fiction editor of Mademoiselle Magazine and editor for Flair Magazine. Her first novel, Tough Tiffany, was an ALA Notable. Awards for her nine subsequent titles have included Parents' Choice, NCTE Teachers' Choice, School Library Journal Best Book, the Golden Kite Award, and Bank Street Best Books of the Year list. Her many books include: Before Freedom, When I Just Can Remember: Twenty-Seven Oral Histories of Former South Carolina Slaves, My Folks Don't Want Me to Talk About Slavery and Slavery Time When I Was Chillun.
0.5 Linear Feet (1 document box (shared))
Papers of a winner of the Juvenile Literature Award presented annually by the North Carolina American Association of University Women. Includes correspondence with publisher relating to Tancy (1984) and the manuscript and galleys of The Nightwalker (1989).
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Belinda Hurmence, 1989.
Processed by Randy Penninger, June, 1992.
- Belinda Hurmence papers
- Finding aid written by Randy Penninger
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