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Thelma Vaughan Mueller

April 4, 1929 -

Born in 1929, Thelma Vaughan Mueller sold her first short story to the Birmingham News when she was thirteen. By age seventeen she had had two stories published in Seventeen Magazome/ After graduation from the University of Alabama, she joined the US Foreign Service and lived inj Europe for several years. Returning to the US, she earned Masters and Doctoral degrees. She spent eleven years as a clinical social worker on the faculty of the UAB Department of Psychiatry. For seventeen years she taught graduate courses in social work at the University of Alabama.

Upon retirement she wrote her first short story in forty years, which was published in Alabama Bound. Her collection of short stories, Perspectives was published in 2002. In 2011 her second collection How Cancer Saved My Lifeand Other Stories was published by Wasteland Press.

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