CLARKE, Brenda. Also writes as Brenda Honeyman, Kate Sedley. British, b. 1926. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Full-time writer. Clerical officer in the Civil Service, Bristol, 1943-55. Publications: The Glass Island, 1978; The Lofty Banners, 1979; The Far Morning, 1982; All through the Day, 1983; A Rose in May, 1984; Three Women, 1985; Winter Landscape, 1986; Under Heaven, 1988; An Equal Chance, 1989; Sisters and Lovers, 1990; Beyond the World, 1991; A Durable Fire, 1993; Sweet Auburn, 1995. AS BRENDA HONEYMAN: Richard by Grace of God, 1968; The Kingmaker, 1969; Richmond and Elizabeth, 1970; Harry the King, 1971, in U.S. as The Warrior King, 1972; Brother Bedford, 1972; Good Duke Humphrey, 1973; The King's Minions, 1974; The Queen and Mortimer, 1974; Edward the Warrior, 1975; All the King's Sons, 1976; The Golden Griffin, 1976; At the King's Court, 1977; The King's Tale, 1977; Macbeth, King of Scots, 1977; Emma the Queen, 1978; Harold of the English, 1979. AS KATE SEDLEY: Death and the Chapman, 1991; The Plymouth Cloak, 1992; The Hanged Man, 1993; The Holy Innocents, 1994; The Eve of Saint Hyacinth, 1995; The Wicked Winter, 1996; The Brothers of Glastonbury, 1994; The Weaver's Inheritance, 1998; The St. John's Fern, 1999; The Goldsmith's Daughter, 2001; The Lammas Feast, 2002. Address: 25 Torridge Rd, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1QQ, England.