Leftist poet and publisher most widely known for “Sings Harry,” “The Magpies,” and “Arawata Expenses.” He was also the creator of Caxton Press. He started reading at age group six and continued to review at Canterbury University. Later, he offered in the Royal New Zealand Navy during Globe Battle II. His colourful life may be the subject matter of Mr. Punch, a play by Roger Hall. He wed Mary Granville in 1936; the set had a boy in 1945. Pursuing his divorce from Granville, Glover resided with Khura Skelton before marrying Gladys Stevens Cameron. He and Allen Curnow had been both New Zealand-born poets.