|Birth Day||December 12, 1873|
|Age||146 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 19, 1941 (age 67)|
Feminist, anarchist poet and Editor known for such poetry collections as The Ghetto (published in 1918) and Sun-Up (published in 1920). Her later works include Firehead and Dance of Fire.
She won the Shelley Memorial Award in 1936, not long after she published Red Flag, a highly political poetry collection.
She married David Laws in 1919.
She and fellow poet Arthur Chapman were both born in 1873.