SENIOR, Michael. British, b. 1940. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Geography, History, Travel/Exploration, Biography. Career: Full-time writer. Publications: The Coffee Table (radio play), 1964; Portrait of North Wales, 1973; Portrait of South Wales, 1974; Greece and Its Myths, 1978; Myths of Britain, 1979; (with others) Heroes and Heroines, 1980; (ed.) Sir Thomas Malory's Tales of King Arthur, 1980; Life and Times of Richard II, 1981; Who's Who in Mythology, 1985; local history booklets, 1977-99; The Crossing of the Conwy, 1991; Gods and Heroes in North Wales, 1993; North Wales in the Making, 1994; Figures in a Landscape, Part One, 1997, Part Two, 2000; Did Lewis Carroll Visit Llandudno?, 2000; Llys Helig and the Myth of Lost Lands, 2002; Back from Catraeth, Poems, 2002; The Standing Stones of North-Western Wales, 2003; Did Prince Madog Discover America?, 2003. Address: c/o David Higham Assocs, 5-8 Lower John St, London W1R 4HA, England.
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