Turing, Penelope (Anne Tryon)
TURING, Penelope (Anne Tryon)
TURING, Penelope (Anne Tryon). British, b. 1925. Genres: Music, Travel/ Exploration. Career: Public Health Department, Aylesbury, England, secretary, 1943-45; Repertory Theatre, Aylesbury, secretary and public relations officer, 1947-48; Salmon and Trout Association, London, England, editor, 1966-75; Guild of St. Raphael, London, editor, 1982-91, organizing secretary, 1984-91; Der Neue Merker, London opera critic; author and lecturer. Publications: Your Guide to Sicily, 1966; Lance Free (autobiography), 1968; New Bayreuth (opera criticism), 1969, rev. ed., 1971; Consider Death, 1974; Hans Hotter, Man and Artist, 1983; Traveller's Guide to Egypt, 1982, 3rd ed., 1992; Visiting Arab Countries of the Middle East: A Personal Guide for Women, 1993. Address: 411 Beatty House, Dolphin Sq, London SW1V 3PL, England.