Scott Campbell (author)
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Scott Campbell (born March 24, 1945 in Michigan) is an American writer.
|Born||March 24, 1945|
|Alma mater||Miami University, Vermont College|
Scott Campbell received his undergraduate degree in English from Ohio University and completed his graduate work in public communications at Boston University, and completed his education with a Masters in creative writing from Vermont College.
Campbell's early career spans from a producer for a Boston ad agency to a talent agent and later a waiter in a restaurant and eventually a freelance writer. Campbell has taught writing at MIT and Emerson College. He lives in Jamaica Plain, Boston, and works as Director of Communications in the School of Architecture and Planning. His book Aftermath, which was inspired by trending suicides in the gay community, was filmed by Caroline Link in 2008 in Germany as A Year Ago in Winter (German: Im Winter ein Jahr).
- Scott Campbell: Aftermath (novel) 2009, ISBN 1-4392-1076-4
- Scott Campbell: Touched (novel) 1996, ISBN 0-553-37822-8
- Scott Campbell, Phyllis Silverman: Widower: When Men are Left Alone, 1987, ISBN 0-89503-286-4
- "About the Author". scottcampbellbooks.com. Retrieved October 6, 2013.
- Campbell, Scott (2009). "About the Author". Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Retrieved October 6, 2013.
- Kearnan, Scott (21 May 2009). "Author Scott Campbell Examines His Own Grief in Novel and Film". Edge Media Network. Bay Windows. Retrieved 29 May 2017.
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