HENDRY, Diana. British, b. 1941. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Poetry. Career: Sunday Times, London, England, assistant to literary editor, 1958-60; Western Mail, Cardiff, Wales, reporter and feature writer, 1960-65; freelance journalist for newspapers in Liverpool and Bristol, England, 1965-80; Clifton College, Bristol, instructor in English, 1987-90; Bristol Polytechnic, part-time lecturer, 1987-; Open University, tutor, 1991-92; University of Bristol, Department of Continuing Education, instructor, 1987-92; University of the West of England, part-time lecturer. Publications: Midnight Pirate, 1984; Fiona Finds Her Tongue, 1985; Hetty's First Fling, 1985; The Not Anywhere House, 1989; The Rainbow Watchers, 1989; The Carey Street Cat, 1989; Christmas on Exeter Street, 1989; Sam Sticks and Delilah, 1990; A Camel Called April, 1990; Double Vision (young adult novel), 1990; Harvey Angell, 1991; The Thing-in-a-Box, 1992; Wonderful Robert and Sweetie-Pie Nell, 1992; Kid Kibble, 1993; Why Father Christmas Was Late for Hartlepool, 1994; Making Blue (adult poetry), 1995; Strange Goings-On (children's poetry), 1995; The Awesome Bird, 1995; Happy Old Birthday Owl, 1995; Flower Street Friends, 1995; Dog Dottington, 1995; The Thing-on-Two Legs, 1995; Harvey Angell and the Ghost Child, 1997; Fiona Says…, 1998; Minders, 1998; The Very Noisy Night, 1999; Harvey Angell Beats Time, 2000; The Very Busy Day, 2001; Borderers (adult poetry), 2001; You Can't Kiss It Better, 2003.