She published in 1912 Lyrical Poems. She worked as Literary editor for Outlook. Assisting Elizabeth Lee, she published in 1918 Wives of the Prime Ministers 1844-1906.
She published in 1939 - C. F. G. Masterman: a biography.
She was the Liberal Party candidate for the Conservative seat of Salisbury at the 1929 General Election. She finished a strong second, well ahead of Labour;
She remained active for the Liberals in Salisbury and was again candidate at the Salisbury by-election in March 1931, when she again finished second;
After the by-election she continued as prospective Liberal candidate for Salisbury until she resigned in September 1931.
The Liberals and Conservatives had joined the National Government and Salisbury Liberals decided not to contest the seat. She did not contest an election again, however she remained politically active.
In June 1936 she was elected to serve on the Liberal Party Council.