Nebraska Authors

Alison Johnson

AKA: Alison Krotter Johnson

Born Palisade, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Topsham, ME
Palisade, NE

Author Of

  • Biography
  • Nonfiction
  • Play/Screenplay

Keywords

Memoir; Film Documentary; Literary Biography; Chemical Sensitivity

Education

BA, Carleton College, Northfield, MN
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Honors

Studied mathematics at the Sorbonne on a National Science Foundation Fellowship
Distinguished Achievement Award, Carleton College, 2010

Bibliography

Casualties of Progress: Personal Histories from the Chemically Sensitive. 1999.
Gulf War Syndrome: Legacy of a Perfect War. 2001.
Amputated Lives: Coping with Chemical Sensitivity. 2008.
The Eleventh Hour Can't Last Forever. 2008.
Wallace Stevens: A Dual Life as Poet and Insurance Executive. 2012.
Henry James: His Life Revealed in His Letters. 2013.
Louis XVI and the French Revolution. 2013.
The World of Wallace Stevens. (Documentary film)

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