Ella Hepworth Dixon entry: Overview screen.
29 January 1888
The Sunday Times
carried EHD's earliest identified, signed story, Dr Patmore's Patient
By mid-October 1892
As 'Margaret Wynman', EHD published a volume of fiction which is less like a novel than a collection of short humorous pieces (which was its original form). It was entitled (by the publisher) My Flirtations
By 10 June 1894
EHD published her autobiographical 'New Woman' novel (indeed, her only novel), The Story of a Modern Woman
, dedicated to her sister Marion
EHD's "The New Egypt
" in The Empire Review
is the latest signed article by her which Valerie Fehlbaum has identified.
12 January 1932
EHD died in her late seventies at the Savoy Hotel
, of respiratory disease.