SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER: A BIBLIOGRAPHY
by R.B. Russell and J. Lawrence Mitchell
Tartarus Press, 2020
Sylvia Townsend Warner (b.1893 d.1978) was an accomplished British author of novels, poetry and short stories, often writing about overlooked members of society. By examining the detail of their lives she shows what extraordinary people they often are. Politically on the left, Warner’s first novel, Lolly Willowes, the story of a modern witch, was a popular success. Most of her later short stories were first published in the New Yorker magazine.
This Bibliography of Sylvia Townsend Warner’s work by R.B. Russell & J. Lawrence Mitchell was circulated privately in 2000, and is now made available for readers, academics and collectors.
"For all this information and much more, including the late Glen Cavaliero’s sympathetic and elegant introduction, Ray Russell and Lawrence Mitchell deserve hearty thanks from all Warner scholars." Janet Montefiore, The Journal of the Sylvia Townsend Warner Society, June 2022