later cherished epistolary friendships with other writers like Giles Dixey
and Roy Winstanley
. She formed a close bond with another, Janet Hitchman
, when, after reading her autobiography and sympathising with her struggles...
The archivist at the Norfolk Record Office
, where her letters to Roy Winstanley
are housed, observed that they were more interesting than most professional writers' letters.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press.
seems to have drafted an autobiography during the 1960s. She consulted another writer, Roy Winstanley
, about this work, but then destroyed it. Most of it, however, apparently went into A Short Account of...