Jon Wynne-Tyson

Standard Name: Wynne-Tyson, Jon


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Friends, Associates Dodie Smith
She formed friendships around this time with other aspiring actresses, Esmé Wynne (who later, as Esmé Wynne-Tyson , wrote plays, novels, and journalism, and who was always supportive of Smith's career) and Phyllis Morris ...
Friends, Associates Stevie Smith
Her large circle of friends also included Sally Chilver (author of A History of Socialism), novelists Inez Holden , Olivia Manning , and Cecily Mackworth , Kay Dick (assistant editor of John O'London's Weekly...
Publishing Brigid Brophy
The Sunday Times carried an important article by BB (called seminal by Jon Wynne-Tyson almost forty years later) entitled The Rights of Animals.
Wynne-Tyson, Jon. Finding the Words: A Publishing Life. Michael Russell.
Reception Muriel Spark
Spark was horrified when Derek Stanford , her former friend and collaborator, published a book about her in September 1963: Muriel Spark, a Biographical and Critical Study, which she later called packed with factual...
Textual Production Dodie Smith
By this time she had lived with dalmatians for twenty years. Jon Wynne-Tyson (who had just launched his new publishing house) had recently suggested that she should do a book about them. She replied dismissively...
Textual Production Dodie Smith
DS 's letters and journals—along with the typescript for her fifth, unpublished volume of autobiography—are held at Boston University 's Mugar Memorial Library in Boston, Massachusetts.
Grove, Valerie. Dear Dodie: The Life of Dodie Smith. Chatto and Windus.
Jon Wynne-Tyson had suggested to her in...


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Wynne-Tyson, Jon. Finding the Words: A Publishing Life. Michael Russell, 2004.