Citation:Morrison, Angela. Taken by storm, 2009: ECip t.p. (Angela Morrison)
Pub. clarification e-mail, 2008-08-05: (Angela Morrison; this is the author's first published work)
Angela Morrison WWW site, Dec. 13, 2011: About Me page (attended Brigham Young University; four children; stay-at-home mom; member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators; MFA from Vermont College; husband, Allen; lived in Lausanne, Switzerland and Singapore; currently resides in Mesa, Ariz.)
Facebook, via WWW, Dec. 13, 2011 (b. in Idaho; lived in Tekoa, Wash.; Mormon)
UPB files, Dec. 13, 2011 (maiden name Angela Wolf; graduated in English in 1991)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Contains various correspondence relating to the publication of Taken by Storm and Unbroken connection, largely with editors, especially with Morrison's editor at Razorbill, Lexa Hillyer. Dated approximately 2002-2011.
Contains information about Morrison's MFA at Vermont College, including course information, lecture notes, schedule calendars, and letters to and from College administration and various supervisors. Dated approximately 2002-2009.
Papers contain the MFA documents, essays, stories, correspondance, and the typed and hand-written manuscripts of Taken by storm, Sing me to sleep, and Unbroken connection. Dated 2002-2011.
Contains the initial story on which "Taken by storm" (first known as "scubaguy" and then "liv2div") was written, first produced for Morrison's MFA at Vermont College, and the following drafts and revisions, some hand-written on unbound printer paper, most typed, culminating in a final bound version. Dated approximately 2002-2009.
Contains magazine clippings, web-print-outs, travel brouchures, and hand-written notes on diving locations, gear, and customs for Morrison's novel "Taken by storm." Dated approximately 2002-2009.
Contains thank-you cards from a presentation Angela Morrison gave at a high school, materials for said presentation, promotional bookmarks, and notes she took while on a book-promoting tours. Dated approximately 2009 to 2011.
Contains the loose hand-written and typed manuscripts for Morrison's novel "Unbroken connection," along with editorial comments by Morrison and her editors. Dated approximately 2009-2011.
Contains brouchures, print-outs, and magazine clippings pertaining to diving apparatus and locations, used as research for Angela Morrison's novel "Unbroken connection." Dated approximately 2009-2011.