Author Kathleen Winsor (October 16, 1919 - May 26, 2003) began her writing career in 1937 at the Oakland Tribune where she wrote a sports column from a woman's point of view, which was published three times a week.  She worked at the Tribune for a year, then went on to fill the position as receptionist at the newspaper.  In 1938 Winsor was fired due to staff downsizing.

Kathleen Winsor is best known as the author of the controversial novel Forever Amber, published in 1944.

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