HUDSON, Derek. British, b. 1911. Genres: Art/Art history, History, Literary criticism and history, Biography, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Member, Editorial Staff., The Times, London, 1939-49; Literary Ed., The Spectator, 1949-53; Member, Editorial Staff, Oxford University Press, 1955-65. Publications: A Poet in Parliament: W. M. Praed, 1939; Thomas Barnes of "The Times", 1943, 1973; British Journalists and Newspapers, 1945; Norman O'Neill: A Life of Music, 1945; Charles Keene, 1947; Martin Tupper: His Rise and Fall, 1949; James Pryde, 1949; Lewis Carroll, 1954, 1976; (with K. W. Luckhurst) The Royal Society of Arts 1754-1954, 1954; (ed.) Modern English Short Stories 1930-1955, 1956; (ed.) English Critical Essays, Twentieth Century, 1958; Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1958; Arthur Rackham: His Life and Work, 1960, 1974; The Forgotten King, 1960; (ed.) Essays and Studies, 1961; Writing Between the Lines, 1965; Holland House in Kensington, 1967; (ed.) The Diary of Henry Crabb Robinson: An Abridgement, 1967; Talks with Fuddy, 1968; Kensington Palace, 1968; Munby: Man of Two Worlds, 1972, 1974; For Love of Painting: Sir Gerald Kelly, 1975. Died 2003.