Born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, December 6, 1886, and graduated
at Columbia University in 1908. After a short period of teaching
he became associated with Funk and Wagnalls Company, where he remained
from 1909 to 1912, when he assumed the position of literary editor
of "The Churchman". In 1913 Mr. Kilmer became a member of the staff
of the "New York Times", a position which he still occupies.
His volumes of poetry are: "A Summer of Love", 1911,
and "Trees, and Other Poems", 1914.