List of female poets in this collection:
Elizabeth Thomas, name far too common to look up quickly online
Lydia Gibson, also a visual artist, correspondant w/ imprison leftist writers
Helen Hoyt, she's been "on my list" for a while, but published books after 1922; individual poems online published in journals before then
Rain at Night
SELECTED POEMS Forthcoming!!!
Elizabeth Colwell, seems to be primarily a visual artist
Margaretta Schuyler, obviously not the Margaretta Schuyler from the 1600's, although seems to be related to this founding family of New York (why else name a Schuyler "Margaretta"?)
Winifred Welles, more at Bartleby from public domain anthologies
Esther A. Whitmarsh
Gwendolen Haste, another book from the Ahsahta!!! (when I came to Genevieve Taggard, I found that Taggard's selected (chapbook-length, alas) was published by Ahsahta Press -- blogger extra-ordinary, Janet Holmes, is now Director of that press --
worked in a settlement house, and it looks like her Fair Bred (poems), 1921, is fair game! Sister of the other Benets, looks like lifetime freelance author: lots of nonfiction, bios, children's lit.
Eunice Tietjens, the very well known; her Chinese prose poems are very interesting
Babette Deutsch, of poetocs books fame, another "woman supporting herself by her pen" style author of a bit of everything
Florence Ripley Mastin, what's interesting is she has movies and telephone poems, years before Frank O'Hara;
Out of the dark cup
Your voice broke like a flower.
It trembled, swaying on its taut stem.
The caress in its touch
Made my eyes close.
.....From the Telephone by Florence Ripley Mastin
you can see the old-phone earpiece, can't you?
my fave Hazel Hall, cripple confined to an atic up the stairs by her idiot family, had a huge crush on Vachel Lindsay
Marjorie Allen Seiffert, another great modernist poetess
Marya Zaturensky, better known as a fine arts historian and anthologist
mentioned on this Marguerite Young site:
wrote a lot of children's poetry as well
Marguerite Wilkinson\Elsa Gidlow
Jean Starr Untermeyer
Miriam Allen de Ford
Evelyn Scott, of course
Sarah Hammond Kelly
Mary Carolyn Davies -- I have one of her books to scan & upload, she also wrote with her daughter -- who recently died, I think? but was an eminent social scientist at SDSU
Sarah N. Cleghorn
Bernice Lesbia Kenyon
Sara Bard Field
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Alice Duer Miller! see the forthcoming HOW2 section on her! member of the Algonquin Round Table, best-selling poet (no lie!), screenwriter
Alice Mary Kimball
Rose Pastor Stokes
Lizinka Campbell Turner
finished this up -- headed to cook dinner --