[Besides entries A-Z on all matters pertaining to pantomime, from actors, authors, theatres, and staging matters to roles and types, the encyclopedia includes essays by John Morley on "How to Write a Pantomime," "Pantomime Today," and (with Roy Hudd and Jack Tripp) "The Pantomime Performer." Also includes a chronology, bibliography, and an amusing collection of "Quotations about Pantomime" such as G. B. Shaw's "A child who has never seen a pantomime, or an adult who has never seen a play, is a public danger."]Sanford, Beryl. "Cinderella." The Psychoanalytical Forum, 2 (1967), 127-44.
Lesley Cookman started writing almost as soon as she could read, and filled many exercise books with pony stories until she was old enough to go out with boys. After following a varied career as a model, air stewardess and disc jockey, she turned to writing short fiction and features for a variety of magazines before graduating from the University of Wales, with an MA in Creative Writing. She has taught writing for both Kent Adult Education and the WEA and edited the first Sexy Shorts collection of short stories from Accent Press in aid of the Breast Cancer Campaign. She lives on the Kent coast and has four grown up children and a passion for community theatre. She has written 10 titles in the Libby Sarjeant Murder Mysteries series and has also published How To Write A Pantomime.