BENN, June. Also writes as June (Mary) Barraclough. British, b. 1930. Genres: Novels, Romance/Historical, Women's studies and issues, Translations. Career: Teacher of modern languages, 1955-61, and part-time teacher, at independent and state grammar schools in London, England, 1967-71, 1978-85; London Colleges of Education, lecturer, 1974-78; University of London, "Extra Mural" lecturer, 1979-85; writer. Publications: (as June Barraclough, trans.) Marquis de Condorcet, Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind, 1955; (ed.) The Woman's View (anthology), 1967; (ed.) Memorials (anthology), 1986; First Finds: A Yorkshire Childhood (fictionalized memoir), 1998; First Loves: A Yorkshire Adolescence (fictionalized memoir), 1999. NOVELS AS JUNE BARRACLOUGH: The Heart of the Rose, 1985; Rooks Nest, 1986; Kindred Spirits, 1988; A Time to Love, 1989; Generations, 1990; Time Will Tell, 1992; Familiar Acts, 1993; Ghosts at Cockcrow, 1994; Portrait of Maud, 1994; Swifter Wings than Time, 1994; Daughter of Haworth, 1995; Family Snapshots, 1996; No Time Like the Present, 1997; The Villa Violetta, 1997; Another Summer, 1998; Loving and Learning (historical), 1999; The Family Face, 200; Stephanie and Josephine, 2001; Emma Eliza, 2002; The Ways of Love, 2003; Family Circle, 2004. Address: St Andrews House, 113 Mycenae Rd, Blackheath, London SE3 7RX, England.