Title

Leacy Naylor Green-Leach

Poet Information

Leacy Naylor Green-Leach

About the Poet

Leacy Naylor Green-Leach (1862-1937) was a poet and editor born in Culpeper County, Virginia. She was the founder and editor of The Circle, a literary magazine based in Baltimore that operated from 1923 to 1938. 1923 was also the year that Green-Leach founded the American Poetry Circle, a Baltimore literary society.

In 1925, Green-Leach joined Gertrude P. West and Edwin Markham in founding Poetic Thrills, a poetry magazine. Green-Leach’s poetry was published in books such as The Independent Poetry Anthology and One Man and a Dream.

Green-Leach passed away on March 12, 1937.

From Wikipedia

Region

Central

Virginia City or County Affiliation

Culpeper County, Virginia

Gender

Female

Race/Ethnicity

White

Year of Birth

1862-1937

Published Works or Performances

Green-Leach’s poetry was published in the books, The Independent Poetry Anthology and One Man and a Dream.

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