BAILEY, Anthony. British, b. 1933. Genres: Novels, Human relations/Parenting, Travel/Exploration, Autobiography/Memoirs, Documentaries/Reportage, Biography. Career: Staff Writer, The New Yorker, 1956-92. Chairman, The Greenwich Society, London, 1979-81, and The Burney St. Garden Project, London, 1981-90. Publications: Making Progress (novel), 1959; The Mother Tongue (novel), 1961; The Inside Passage (travel), 1965; Through the Great City (reportage), 1967; The Thousand Dollar Yacht (autobiography: boating), 1968; The Light in Holland (reportage), 1970; In the Village (human relations), 1971; A Concise History of the Low Countries, 1972; Rembrandt's House (biography), 1978; Acts of Union: Reports on Ireland, 1980; America, Lost and Found (autobiography), 1981; Along the Edge of the Forest: An Iron Curtain Journey, 1983; England, First and Last (autobiography), 1985; Spring Jaunts: Some Walks, Excursions, and Personal Explorations of City, Country, and Seashore, 1986; Major Andre (novel), 1987; The Outer Banks (travel), 1989; A Walk through Wales, 1992; Responses to Rembrandt, 1994; The Coast of Summer (travel), 1994; Turner (biography), 1997. Address: c/o Candida Donadio and Associates, 121 W. 27th St, New York, NY 10001, U.S.A.