Thomas Mc Grath, poet, writer. Recipient Shelley Memorial award Poetry Society of America, 1989, Lenore Marshall Nation award for Poetry, 1989; Amy Lowell Travelling Poetry scholar, 1965-1966; Guggenheim fellow, 1967-1968; Bush Foundation fellow, 1975-1976, 81; Senior fellow for poetry National Education Association, 1986. Member Association Rhodes Scholars, Phi Beta Kappa.
- Instructor Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 1940-1941. Assistant professor Los Angeles State College, 1950-1954.
- The Pocket Book of Poems and Songs for the Open Air
- This remarkable anthology is meant, in the words of its editor, for all those 'who like a book that can always lighten some of their burdens or give wings to their delight, whether in the open air by day, or under the roof at evening; for I have gathered into it much of the finest English poetry'.
- Selected Poems (Penguin Classics)
- Thomas Hardy abandoned the novel form at the turn of the century, probably after public reaction to Jude the Obscure, but continued to write verse displaying a wide variety of metrical styles and stanza forms and a broad scope of tone and attitude.
- Manifesto Collage: Defining Collage in the Twenty-First Century
- The collage technique has undergone a significant renaissance over the past decade or so.
- Figures from a Double World
- The Swallow Poetry Book Award For 1954.
1940 - 1941
1950 - 1954