MARLAND, Michael. British, b. 1934. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Education. Career: Headmaster, North Westminster Community School, London, 1980-99, now retired. Hon. Professor of Education, University of Warwick, Coventry. General Ed., Student Drama Series, Blackie and Son Ltd., London, 1966-, Imprint Books, Longman Group Ltd., London, 1967-, and Heinemann School Management series, 1968-. Head of the English Dept., 1964-68, and Director of Studies, 1968-71, Crown Woods School, London; Headmaster, Woodberry Down Comprehensive School, London, 1971-79. Publications: Following the News, 1967; Towards the New Fifth, 1969; Peter Grimes (play), 1971; Head of Department, 1971; Pastoral Care, 1974; The Question of Advertising, 1974; Craft of the Classroom, 1975, 2nd ed., 1992; Language Across the Curriculum, 1977; Minority Experience, 1978; Pressures of Life, 1978; Education for the Inner City, 1980; Departmental Management, 1981; Sex Differentiation and Schooling, 1983; Short Stories for Today, 1984; Meetings and Partings, 1984; School Management Skills, 1985; Marketing the School, 1991; The Tutor and the Tutor Group, 1991; Scenes from Plays, 1996; The Art of the Tutor, 1997; Managing Arts in the Curriculum, 2002; How to Be a Successful Form Tutor, 2004. EDITOR: Spotlight, 1966; Pictures for Writing, 1967; (co) The Practice of English Teaching, 1971. Address: 22 Compton Terr, Islington, London N1 2UN, England.