Wells, Dean Faulkner 1936-
WELLS, Dean Faulkner 1936-
Born March 22, 1936, in Oxford, MS; daughter of Dean Swift Faulkner (a barnstormer) and Louise Hale; married Lawrence Wells (a writer), October 6, 1972; children: Diane Cawley, Paige Blakey, Jon Mallard. Education: University of Mississippi, B.A., M.A. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Episcopalian.
The Ghosts of Rowan Oak (juvenile fiction), Yoknapatawpha Press (Oxford, MS), 1980.
(Editor) The Great American Writers Cookbook, 1981, 2nd edition, published as The New Great American Writiers Cookbook, University Press of Mississippi (Jackson, MS), 2003.
(Editor) The Best of Bad Faulkner: Choice Entries from the Yoknapatawpha Press and American Way Magazine Faulkner Write-Alike Competition, HBJ Books (San Diego, CA), 1991.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Library Journal, November 1, 2003, John Charles, review of The New Great American Writers Cookbook, p. 117.
Publishers Weekly, September 13, 1991, review of The Best of Bad Faulkner: Choice Entries from the Yoknapatawpha Press and American Way Magazine Faulkner Write-Alike Competition, p. 74.