An American author of novels, brief fiction, poetry, and nonfiction works, he’s most widely known for his 1919 brief story collection, Winesburg, Ohio. His various other works consist of Marching Guys (1917), Mid-American Chants (1918), as well as the 1924 memoir, A TALE Teller’s Tale. He started composing in his house condition of Ohio. Afterwards, he relocated to Chicago and befriended such socialist writers as Theodore Dreiser and Carl Sandburg. His functions wove socialist designs into narratives of small-town America. He was created in Camden, Ohio to Irwin and Emma Anderson. He was wedded four situations: to Cornelia Pratt Street, Tennessee Claflin Mitchell, Elizabeth Prall, and Eleanor Copenhaver. Among the crop of authors he influenced had been Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner.