Man of words who all became the editor from the Observer and wrote more than 75 books. He chaired the United kingdom Drama Group from 1954 to 1962. He proved helpful being a civil servant in the house Office before stopping and learning to be a freelance article writer. He criticized Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, as well as other modernist poets, contacting them ‘Half-baked intellectuals [who] worship baby chat and also persuade other folks to cover it…’ He wedded Irene Gladys Hentschel and acquired no known kids. In 1923, he released a function entitled H. G. Wells.