Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2003. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Mich.: The Gale Group. 2003. Document Number: H1000079462.
The Library of America features a Dawn Powell web site which celebrates the recent rediscovery of the comic genius of Powell. The site has a photo album, biography, diary and chronology of Powell's life, along with a bibliography of her work. You can also find an excerpt from each of her books, along with commentary and criticism.
Salon.com has an article titled "How Dawn Powell Can Save Your Life." Writer Gerald Howard feels that it's a good time to read the books of "America's wittiest satirist."
The New York Times features an article by Robert Van Gelder that has excerpts from an interview with Dawn Powell.
The New York Times reviews Powell's review of biography - includes first promotional photo.
The New York Times printed the first chapter of the book Dawn Powell: A Biography, written by Tim Page and published in 1998 by Henry Holt and Company.
The New York Times article looks at Greenwich Village, Dawn Powell's home for her adult life and frequently the source of inspiration for her work.
Selected Books about Dawn Powell
Page, Tim, Dawn Powell: A Biography. New York, NY: Henry Holt & Co., 1998