Catherine Amy Dawson Scott

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Catherine Amy Dawson Scott
Born (1865-08-00)August , 1865
Dulwich
Died November 4, 1934 (aged 68–69)
Occupation Writer, playwright, poet
Nationality  England
Literary movement Co-founder of
International PEN
Notable work(s) The Haunting

Catherine Amy Dawson Scott (August 1865 – 4 November 1934) was an English writer, playwright and poet. She is best known as a co-founder (in 1921) of International PEN, a worldwide association of writers.

Works[edit]

  • Charades for Home Acting. (1888)
  • Sappho. A Poem (1889)
  • Madcap Jane or Youth. T. Nelson & Sons (1890)
  • Idylls of Womanhood. Poems. (1892)
  • The Story of Anna Beames (1907)
  • The Burden. (1908)
  • Nooks & Corners of Cornwall. (1911)
  • Alice Bland, and The Golden Ball. Two one act plays (1912)
  • Tom, Cousin Mary, and Red Riding Hood. Three One Act Plays (1912)
  • Beyond. Poems. (1912)
  • Wastralls. W. Heinemann (1918)
  • The Headland. Heinemann (1920)
  • The Rolling Stone. A.A. Knopf (1920)
  • The Haunting (1921). (New edition: Tabb House (March 1985), ISBN 0-907018-38-6)
  • Bitter Herbs. Poems. A.A. Knopf (1923)
  • The Turn of a Day. H. Holt (1925)
  • The Vampire. A Book of Cornish and Other Stories. R. Holden & Co., Ltd (1925)
  • Blown by the Wind (1926)
  • (as editor with Ernest Rhys): Twenty-Seven Humorous Tales (1926)
  • (with Ernest Rhys): 26 Adventure Stories, Old and New. (1929)
  • (as editor with Ernest Rhys): Mainly Horses. Tales by Various Authors. (1929)
  • The Seal Princess. George Philip & Son Ltd (1930)
  • (as editor): The Guide to Psychic Knowledge (1932)
  • The House In The Hollow Or Tender Love. Benn (1933)

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Non-profit organization positions
Preceded by
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International President of PEN International
1921–1933
Succeeded by
John Galsworthy