British poet whose works include On The Threshold, The Web of Life, and Hareshaw.
His early works, such as Flannan Isle, are notable for their supernatural themes.
He was a founder of a literary group called the Dymock Poets; he can also be classified as a Georgian poet.
He was raised in Northumberland, but he moved to London in 1914 after his mother's death.
He was a friend of author Rupert Brooke.