Guest 2001.

Bibliography

The Carpenter and Other Stories
Faber & Faber
London, 1981

Christopher Uptake
Faber & Faber
London, 1981

Ghost Drum
Faber & Faber
London, 1987

Forbidden Doors
Faber & Faber
London, 1993

Charles and Annie Aller and Their Six Daughters
Gondwanaland Press
Wellington, 2000

Wolf Sisters
Hodder
London, 2001

Starckarm-Saga
Beltz & Gelberg
Weinheim, 2001
Übersetzung: Gabi Wurster

The Bearwood Witch
Scholastic
London, 2001

Der haarige Bill
dtv
München, 2003
Übersetzung: Monika Osberghaus
Ill: Heribert Schulmeyer

Der Zeittunnel
Beltz & Gelberg
Weinheim, 2004
Übersetzung: Gaby Wurster

Übersetzer: Monika Osberghaus, Thomas Stegers, Gaby Wurster

Susan Price [ United Kingdom ]

Susan Price was born near Birmingham in the British Midlands in 1955, where she still lives today.  She has been an avid reader since childhood.  Books helped her to forget the monotony of everyday school life.  She began writing at an early age and often entertained her younger siblings with her stories.  When she was 15 and 16, she took part in the Children’s Literary Competition and won the £50 special prize on both occasions.  Motivated by these successes, she started working on her first book, 'The Devil’s Piper', which was published in 1973.  Since she was initially unable to live from her writing, she held various jobs.  Price worked in a bakery and washed dishes. She wrote about her experiences while employed in a supermarket in her book 'Sticks and Stones' (1976). The author also taught creative writing.

Price has published more than 30 novels.  In one of them, 'The Sterkarm Handshake', she confronts 16th century residents from the Borders (between southern Scotland and England) with 21st century scientists, who travel through history in a time tunnel and want to commercialize the untouched natural landscape.  'The Sterkarm Handshake' (1998) won the Guardian Fiction Award (1999).  Her novel 'The Ghost Drum' received the Carnegie Medal (1987).

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