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Alison Louise Hubbard is a lyricist and author. Her historical novel, THE KELSEY OUTRAGE, will be published in January, 2024, by Black Rose Writing. Ms. Hubbard's short story "Wildflowers" was published in The Saturday Evening Post in 2022; "Belladonna" won the Slippery Elm Literary Journal Prize for Prose and was published in the 2021 print edition. 
Ms. Hubbard's musical theatre productions include LITTLE WOMEN, BUDDY'S TAVERN, and THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE, with national tours and publications for many others. Her work garnered industry prizes, notably two Richard Rodgers Awards given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters (LITTLE WOMEN and BUDDY'S TAVERN) and the $100,000 Kleban Award for lyrics (co-winner). She was an Artist-in-Residence at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and the New Harmony Project. She is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, The Dramatists Guild, and The Author's Guild.
Ms. Hubbard holds a Bachelor of Music from the Crane School of Music and a Masters from Stony Brook University. In addition to writing, she has taught private flute lessons for many years. She lives in Huntington, New York, with her husband, Ned Landsman, a historian.