As a teenager Sally Trench went to live among and care for the meths-drinkers on the London bombsites, the ultimate outcasts of the Welfare State. Eventually she left them to go to University and to marry; then she visited America and chose to spend her time there, too with the outcasts of the Great Society: the slum-dwellers of Harlem and the derelicts of Skid Row.
In this conversation with LESLIE SMITH she talks about her experiences
ContributorsUnknown: Sally Trench
Unknown: Leslie Smith