Standard Name: Evans, Margiad
Birth Name: Peggy Eileen Arabella Whistler
Pseudonym: P. W.
Pseudonym: Margiad Evans
Married Name: Peggy Eileen Arabella Williams
Wales. After four novels she turned to a form of autobiography (drawn from her journals, with religious questioning and intense natural description). The second of her two volumes of memoir confronts her epileptic seizures. Though her output was small and her career cut short, her unusual body of work is once more attracting attention, partly on account of its connection with Wales.began writing both diaries and poetry in her youth. She began publishing in the 1930s with stories, then novels. Her first novel was historical and all are regional, set in the Border country between England and
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Evans, Margiad. A Candle Ahead. Chatto and Windus, 1956.
Evans, Margiad. A Ray of Darkness. Arthur Barker, 1952.
Evans, Margiad. Autobiography. Basil Blackwell, 1943.
Evans, Margiad, and Margiad Evans. Country Dance. Arthur Barker, 1932.
Evans, Margiad. Creed. Basil Blackwell, 1936.
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen, and Margiad Evans. “Introduction”. The Old and the Young, Seren, 1998, pp. 7-17.
Evans, Margiad. Poems from Obscurity. Andrew Dakers, 1947.
Evans, Margiad. The Old and the Young. Lindsay Drummond, 1948.
Evans, Margiad. The Old and the Young. Seren, 1998.
Evans, Margiad. The Wooden Doctor. Basil Blackwell, 1933.
Evans, Margiad. Turf or Stone. Basil Blackwell, 1934.