I have located two more short stories by Greenwood – one from 1940, one from 1946. The first, ‘Rose Red, Rose White’ is unique among his fiction in having an agricultural setting (and is about Lancashire/Yorkshire rivalries and the dangers of stereotyping). The second, ‘Landmark’ is one of several stories set in his fictional Cornish village of Trelooe, and one of several about animals. The page gives an account of the interests of the two stories. I’m sure there are still more Greenwood stories out there.
- Best, Chris.