Jones, Sally Roberts
JONES, Sally Roberts
JONES, Sally Roberts. Also writes as Sally Roberts. British, b. 1935. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Poetry, History, Bibliography. Career: Reference Library, London Borough of Havering, sr. assistant, 1964, 1967; Borough of Port Talbot, reference librarian, 1967-70; Alun Books, publisher, 1977-; Port Talbot Historical Society, general secretary, 1982-; Swansea Writers and Artists Group, chairman, 1999-. Publications: (as Sally Roberts) Turning Away, 1969; (as Sally Roberts) Romford in the Nineteenth Century, 1969; (compiler) About Welsh Literature, 1970; Elen and the Goblin, 1977; Strangers and Brothers, 1977; The Forgotten Country, 1977; Books of Welsh Interest: A Bibliography, 1977; Allen Raine, 1979; (ed.) Margam through the Ages, 1979; Welcome to Town, 1980; Relative Values, 1985; The History of Port Talbot, 1991; Pendaruis, 1992; Dic Penderyn: The Man and the Martyr, 1993. Address: 3 Crown St, Port Talbot, Wales.