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Full Name: Eugene Walter
(1921-1998) Author, screenwriter, poet, novelist. Eugene Walter was born and died in Mobile, Alabama. He lived in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, New York, in the years following World War II.
Author's Timeline:
1921 (Unknown) County
Eugene Ferdinand Walter Jr. was born in Mobile, Alabama, on November 30, 1921. 
1998 (Unknown) County
Eugene Walter died at the University of South Alabama Medical Center in Mobile, Alabama, on March 29, 1998. 
1998 (Unknown) County
Eugene Walter was interred at Church Street Cemetery in Mobile, Alabama. 
1953 (Unknown) County
Monkey Poems
(Pub: Paris: Editions Finisterre ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1954 (Unknown) County
The Untidy Pilgrim
(Pub: Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company ISBN: )
1964 (Unknown) County
Love You Good, See You Later
(Pub: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
1980 (Unknown) County
The Likes Of Which
(Pub: Washington: Decatur House Press ISBN: 0916276066 / 978-0916276065)
Collection of stories. 
1985 (Unknown) County
The Byzantine Riddle
(Pub: London: Methuen Publishing Ltd ISBN: 0413553108 / 978-0413553102)
Collection of stories. 
1971 (Unknown) County
American Cooking: Southern Style
(Pub: New York: Time-Life Books ISBN: 0809400510 / 978-0809400515)
Nonfiction written with the Editors of Time-Life Books. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Hints And Pinches: A Concise Compendium Of Herbs, Spices, And Aromatics With Illustrative Recipes And Asides On Relishes, Chutne
(Pub: Atlanta: Longstreet Press ISBN: 092926486X / 978-0929264868)
1994 (Unknown) County
Lizard Fever: Poems Lyric, Satiric, Sardonic, Elegiac
(Pub: Livingston, Alabama: Livingston University Press ISBN: 0942979176 / 978-0942979176)
Collection of poetry. 
2001 (Unknown) County
Milking The Moon: A Southerner's Story Of Life On This Planet
(Pub: New York: Crown Publishers ISBN: 0609605941 / 978-0609605943)
An oral history memoir written with Katherine Clark. 
? New York County
Following his service in World War II, Mr. Walter lived in Greenwich Village in Manhattan, New York. 

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