An American novelist, poet, and historian, he was the recipient of both a Guggenheim Fellowship along with a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship. His several works consist of Dolores (1954), A NEW Country (1953), as well as the Bonapartes (1966). He researched at Stanford College or university through the early 1940s and consequently worked within the Civilian Open public Service like a conscientious objector. He was created Arthur Lionel Kingsley Evans. Later on, he legally transformed his name to David Derek Stacton. He was created in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California. He passed away of a heart stroke in his mid-forties. John Crowley praised Stacton’s literary function.