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Patrick SmithWebsite: http://patricksmithonline.com/
Birthplace: Mississippi
Current Residence: Merritt Island, Florida
Setting: Florida
Genre: History







Patrick Smith is a native of Mississippi. He holds a B.A. degree and a Master's degree in English from the University of Mississippi. He moved to Florida in 1966. Patrick Smith is a 1999 inductee into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame. Smith has been nominated three times for the Pulitzer Prize: in 1973 for Forever Island, which was a 1974 selection of the Reader's Digest Condensed Book Club and has been published in 46 countries; in 1978 for Angel City, which was produced as a "Movie of the Week" for the CBS television network and has aired worldwide; and in 1984 for A Land Remembered, which was an Editor’s Choice selection of the New York Times Book Review. In 2002, The Best of Florida statewide poll taken by Florida Monthly magazine ranked A Land Remembered as the # 1 Best Florida Book.

Book List

White Deer and Other Stories (2007)
A Land Remembered (1984)
Allapattah (1979)
Angel City (1978)
Forever Island (1973)
The Beginning (1967)
The River is Home (1953)
Cover ImageCover ImageCover ImageWhite Deer and Other Stories by Patrick D. Smith


Documentary Film

Visions of Nature: Patrick Smith’s Florida. Florida PBS-TV, (1990).
Patrick Smith's Florida A Sense of Place (2005)

Sense of Place by Patrick D. Smith

See Patrick Smith books with a Florida setting.
See also It Takes Place in Florida: Historical Fiction.

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