May Kendall (Born Emma Goldworth Kendall) (1861 – 1943) was an English poet, novelist, and satirist. She is best known as the co-author of the novel That Very Mab and the poetry collections Dreams to Sell and Songs from Dreamland.
Kendall died in poverty at a public assistance institution in York. The death certificate stated that she was suffering from dementia. Her unmarked grave is in York Cemetery.
- (with Andrew Lang) That Very Mab (1885)
- Dreams to Sell (1887)
- Songs from Dreamland (1894)
- Turkish Bonds (1895)
- (with Benjamin Rowntree) How the Labourer Lives: A Study of the Rural Labour Problem (1913)
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