Kathleen Winsor

Born Oct 16, 1919

Kathleen Winsor was an American author, best known for the romance novel Forever Amber.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Kathleen Winsor.


1919 Birth Winsor was born October 16, 1919 in Olivia, Minnesota but raised in Berkeley, California. … Read More


1937 18 Years Old In 1937, she began writing a thrice-weekly sports column for the Oakland Tribune. … Read More
1938 19 Years Old She was fired in 1938 when the newspaper chose to trim their workforce. … Read More


1946 27 Years Old Made a celebrity by the success of her novel, Winsor found it unthinkable to return to the married life she had known with Herwig and, in 1946, they divorced. … Read More
1948 29 Years Old The marriage to Shaw ended in 1948, and Winsor soon married her divorce attorney, Arnold Krakower. That marriage likewise ended in divorce, in 1953.


1950 31 Years Old Winsor's next commercially successful novel, Star Money, appeared in 1950, and was a portrait closely drawn from her experience of becoming a bestselling author. … Read More
1956 37 Years Old In 1956 Winsor married for the fourth time, to Paul A. Porter, a former head of the Federal Communications Commission. Their marriage ended in 1975 with his death.


2003 84 Years Old Winsor died May 26, 2003 in New York City.
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