Glenn A. Hughes

Glenn A. Hughes

Fellow: Awarded 1928
Field of Study: English Literature

Competition: US & Canada

University of Washington

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1928:

Hughes, Glenn Arthur: Appointed for the study of the Imagist and related movements in poetry, with the cooperation of the principal poets involved, and with England as the chief place of study; tenure, nine months from September 1, 1928.

Born December 7, 1894, at Cozad, Nebraska. Education: Stanford University, A.B., 1916; University of Washington, M.A., 1920.

Instructor in English, State Normal School, Bellingham, Washington, 1916–19; Instructor in English and Dramatic Art, 1920–24, Assistant Professor of English and Dramatic Art, 1924—, University of Washington.

Publications: “Souls and Other Poems,” 1917; “Broken Lights: A Book of Verse,” 1920; “Pierrot’s Mother,” (Play), 1923; “Three Modern Japanese Plays,” (With Y. T. Iwasaki), 1923; “Bottled in Bond,” (Play), 1925; “Red Carnations,” (Play), 1925; “Harlequinade in Green and Orange,” (Play), 1926; “The Eve in Evelyn,” (Play), 1928. Editor of “University of Washington Plays,” First Series, 1921, Second Series, 1924, Third Series, 1926; “University of Washington Poems,” First Series, 1924, Second Series, 1926, Third Series, 1927; “University of Washington Chapbooks,” Fourteen Numbers, from March 1, 1927 to April 1, 1928. Poems, articles, plays, translations, and reviews in New Republic, Saturday Review of Literature, New Orient, Drama, Poet Lore, Players’ Magazine, American Poetry Magazine, Forum, Ainslee’s, Braithwaite’s Anthology of Magazine Verse.

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