FLEMING, Anne. British, b. 1928. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Literary criticism and history, Medicine/Health. Career: Freelance writer, c. 1984-; founder of the Old Forge Press. Serves on the editorial board of the Byron Journal. Publications: NONFICTION: Bright Darkness: The Poetry of Lord Byron Presented in the Context of His Life and Times, 1984; In Search of Byron in England and Scotland, 1988; The Myth of the Bad Lord Byron, 1998. EDITOR: (and comp.) U. Fleming, The Desert and the Marketplace: Writings, Letters, Journals, 1995; (and comp. with C. Horrigan) The Fleming Method of Relaxation for Concentration, Stress Management, and Pain Relief: For Doctors, Nurses, and Therapists, 1996. CRIME NOVELS: There Goes Charlie, 1990; Sophie Is Gone, 1994; Death and Deconstruction, 1995; This Means Mischief, 1996. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals periodicals. Address: Cuckfield, Sussex, England.