Patty Dann

Patty Dann (born October 30, 1953) is an American novelist and nonfiction writer. She studied at the University of Oregon, and later earned an MFA in writing from Columbia University. While working at the A&E network in 1986, she revised ''Mermaids'', a coming-of-age novel she had written as her Master's thesis, which was subsequently published by Ticknor and Fields. It was later made into a feature film of the same name in 1990.

Dann is also the author of the novels ''The Wright Sister'' (2020), ''Sweet & Crazy'' (2003) and ''Starfish'' (2013), the latter of which is a sequel to ''Mermaids''. She has also written nonfiction works, including ''The Butterfly Hours: Transforming Memories into Memoir'', ''The Baby Boat: A Memoir of Adoption'' (1998), focusing on the adoption of her son, and ''The Goldfish Went on Vacation: A Memoir of Loss'' (2007), which reflected on the death of her husband. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Sweet & crazy / by Dann, Patty

    Published 2003
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    Mermaids / by Dann, Patty

    Published 1986
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    The baby boat : a memoir of adoption / by Dann, Patty

    Published 1998
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    The butterfly hours : transforming memories into memoir / by Dann, Patty

    Published 2016
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    Mermaids / by Dann, Patty

    Published 1986
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    Starfish / by Dann, Patty

    Published 2013
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    Sweet & crazy / by Dann, Patty

    Published 2003
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    The baby boat : a memoir of adoption / by Dann, Patty

    Published 1998
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