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poet , English language educator

Jon Howie Stallworthy, British poet, English language educator. Recipient Duff Cooper award, 1974; W.H. Smith & Son Literature award, 1975; Engineer of Mines Forster award American Association Arts and Literature, 1976; Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1983. Served to lieutenant British Army, 1953-1955. Member of Vincents (Oxford).

Background

Stallworthy, Jon Howie was born on January 18, 1935 in London. Came to the United States, 1977. Son of John Arthur and Margaret (Howie) Stallworthy.

Education

Bachelor, Oxford University, 1958. Bachelor of Letters, Oxford University, 1964.

Career

Editor Oxford University Press, London, 1959-1970, deputy academy public, 1974-1977. Visiting fellow All Souls College, Oxford University, 1970-1971. Editor Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1971-1974.

Anderson professor English, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, since 1977. Director Poetry Book Society, United Kingdom, 1962-1978. Member Arts Council Literature Panel, United Kingdom, 1965-1968.

Works

Membership

Served to lieutenant British Army, 1953-1955. Member of Vincents (Oxford).

Connections

Married Jill Meredith Waldock, June 25, 1960. Children: Jonathan Meredith, Philippa Margaret, Nicolas Kyd.

father:
John Arthur Stallworthy

mother:
Margaret (Howie) Stallworthy

spouse:
Jill Meredith Waldock

children:
Jonathan Meredith Stallworthy

Philippa Margaret Stallworthy

Nicolas Kyd Stallworthy