Born in Philadelphia in 1873, of old Spanish and American stock
and educated in the public schools of Philadelphia.
He entered the office of the `Philadelphia Press' in 1889
and served for ten years on the paper in every capacity
from that of proof-reader to theatrical critic and editorial writer.
In 1899 he came to New York and entered the newspaper field,
working successively on the `Sun', the `Herald', and the `Times'.
For a short time he was engaged in journalistic work in Mexico,
having been co-founder, in 1906, of `El Diario' in the City of Mexico.
Since that time he has been a voluminous contributor to magazines
and has published books in many fields, since he is poet, essayist, critic,
and satirist. As a poet his best-known work is in "The Shadow-Eater", 1915.
Among his other volumes are "The Chameleon", "Forty Immortals",
"Edelweiss and Mandragora", and "Counsels of Imperfection",
translated into French by Remy de Gourmont.
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