Andrée Connors was a poet and novelist. Amateur People was first published by the Fiction Collective in 1977, and has remained continuously in print since that time. At the time of the first publication of Amateur People in 1977, Connors was interviewed on WBAI in New York on Big Al's Literary Salon & Pool Hall by Alen Pol Kobryn. A celebrated figure, her work and her life are the subject of a permanent exhibition in the Mendocino County Museum.

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  • Andrée Connors was a poet and novelist. Amateur People was first published by the Fiction Collective in 1977, and has remained continuously in print since that time. At the time of the first publication of Amateur People in 1977, Connors was interviewed on WBAI in New York on Big Al's Literary Salon & Pool Hall by Alen Pol Kobryn. A celebrated figure, her work and her life are the subject of a permanent exhibition in the Mendocino County Museum. (en)
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  • Andrée Connors was a poet and novelist. Amateur People was first published by the Fiction Collective in 1977, and has remained continuously in print since that time. At the time of the first publication of Amateur People in 1977, Connors was interviewed on WBAI in New York on Big Al's Literary Salon & Pool Hall by Alen Pol Kobryn. A celebrated figure, her work and her life are the subject of a permanent exhibition in the Mendocino County Museum. (en)
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