Strangers to Us All
Lawyers and Poetry

William M. Barrett

(1900- )
Ohio



dustjacket cover photograph

Willaim M. Barrett, And All the World Wondered
(West Richfield, Ohio: Bowbells Press, 1966)

Lorain, Ohio lawyer and poet

[source: Emma Harrison, "Unromantic Poet Greeted by Quiet,"
New York Times
, Oct. 14, 1960, p. 30]

[Willam Barrett was born in New York. See back dustjacket, William M. Barrett, And All the World Wondered (West Richfield, Ohio: Bowbells Press, 1966)]

[Willam Barrett's books indicate that he has written a book titled, A Lawyer's Phantasy. We do not find the book listed on OCLC, and we have not to date managed to acquire a copy.]

Poetry

William M. Barrett, Song of the Warsaw Ghetto (New York: Vantage Press, 1956)

______________, Lopsided Halo (New York: Poets of America Pub. Co., 1960)

______________, The Farmer's Daughter, a Play in Verse (1964)

______________, Ain't You Got No Shame? (Washington, D.C.: New Merrymount Press, 1965)

______________, And All the World Wondered (West Richfield, Ohio: Bowbells Press, 1966)

______________, This Unbegotten Paradise (Boston: Branden Press, 1969)

______________, A Tenderfoot in Paradise (London: Mitre Press, 1972)

Writings

William M. Barrett, Crossways to Heaven: A Play in Three acts (West Richfield, Ohio: Bowbells Press, 1965)