Writer, editor.  Born:  December 4, 1927, Calhoun.  Married–Earl A. George.  Children–one.  Education:  Judson College, B.A., 1949; aatended Samford University;  UAB, M.A., 19714; additional work at the University of Alabama.  Worked as an English teacher in Birmingham and Jefferson County schools for twenty-three years; founded Druid Press, a small publishing house, in 1982.  Published her first book in 1982; published short stories and poems in magazines and journals; wrote a series of mystery novels, the “Southern Sister Series.”Selected Alabama Poet of the Year, 1994; Agatha Award for Best First Mystery, 1997; Alabama State Poet; Alumna of the Year, Samford University, 1999; Book of the Year, Alabama State Poets Society, 2001. Died March 14, 2001.


Contemporary Authors online; obituary, Birmingham News, March 15, 2001


The Map that Lies  between Us: New and Collected Poems, 1980-2000.  Montgomery, AL: Black Belt Press, 2000.

Murder Boogies with Elvis.  Morrow, 2001.

Murder Carries a Torch.  Morrow, 2000.

Murder Gets a Life.  Avon, 1998.

Murder Makes Waves.  Avon, 1997.

Murder on a Bad Hair Day.  Avon, 1996.

Murder on a Girls’ Night Out.  New York;  Avon, 1966.

Murder Runs in the Family.  Avon, 1997.

Murder Shoots the Bull.  Morrow, 1999.

This One and Magic Life:  A Novel of a Southern Family.  Avon, 1999.

Wild Goose Chase.  Druid Press, 1982.


A Baker’s Dozen: Contemporary Women Poems of Alabama.  Druid Press, 1988.


A collection of the papers of Anne George is held by the Special Collections Department of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library at Auburn University.