- Category : Writers-Playwright-script
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Industry 1
British writer born in China, author of "Prone to Violence." A published poet and playwright, Erin’s works were translated into a dozen languages and she holds a number of awards. She was the International founder of refugees for battered women and children working in the field of Domestic Violence, the Modern Women’s Shelter Movement. Pizzey’s book was boycotted by radical feminists to such an extent that a search of all libraries in the world that could be accessed from the US Library of Congress through the Inter-Library Network in 1996 revealed a total of 13 listings in the whole World. The book contends that not every woman who is being battered is simply a victim. Countless members of both genders are 'prone to violence', with a deep-seated addiction to violence: both as victims and victimizers,
Erin's father is Cyril Carney, MBE Diplomatic Service (died 1980). Her mother Ruth Patricia Last was born 2/19/1939. Erin was married in 1961; daughter Cleo born that year. She had seven adopted sons.