Stacey, Tom

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STACEY, Tom. Also writes as Kendal J. Peel. British, b. 1930. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Plays/Screenplays, Literary criticism and history, Travel/Exploration, Writing/Journalism. Career: Chairman, Stacey International, 1974- (Tom Stacey Ltd. until 1974). Staff Writer, Picture Post, London and the Far East, 1952-54; African Correspondent, Daily Express, London, 1954-55; Canada and Latin America Reporter, Montreal Star, 1955- 56; Foreign Correspondent, in the Middle East, 1956-57; American Columnist, 1957, and Diplomatic and Roving Correspondent, 1957-60, Daily Express; Chief Roving Correspondent, Sunday Times, London, 1960-65; Columnist, Evening Standard, London, 1965-67; Ed.-in-Chief, Correspondents World Wide, 1967-73, and Chambers' Encyclopaedia Yearbook, 1969-72; Daily and Sunday Telegraph, other British newspapers, contributor. Publications: The Hostile Sun: A Malayan Journey, 1953; Summons to Ruwenzori, 1963; Immigration and Enoch Powell, 1970. NOVELS: The Brothers M, 1960; The Living and the Dying, 1975; The Pandemonium, 1980; (as Kendal J. Peel) The Twelfth Night of Ramadan, 1983; The Worm in the Rose, 1985; Deadline (and screenplay), 1988; Decline, 1991; Tribe, 2003. STORIES/NOVELLAS: Bodies and Souls, 1989; The Same Old Story, 1999; The Tether of the Flesh, 2001; Golden Rain, 2003; Grief, 2003. EDITOR: Today's World, 1969; Here Come the Tories, 1970. Address: 128 Kensington Church St, London W8 4BH, England. Online address: [email protected];