Ethelwyn Wetherald (26 April 1857 - 9 March 1940 / Rockwood, Ontario)
Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald was a Canadian poet.
She was born at Rockwood, Ontario, the daughter of Rev. William Wetherald, a Quaker minister. She was educated at the Friends' Boarding School in Union, New York, and at Pickering College. She sold her first poem to St. Nicholas Magazine at 17, and soon was contributing to many publications throughout Canada and the United States, including The Globe, The Week, and Rose-Belford's Canadian Magazine. She co-wrote a novel, An Algonquin Maiden (1887), with Graeme Mercer Adam, and in 1895 published her first volume of poetry.
She worked for several decades as a proofreader, journalist, and editorial assistant at newspapers in ... more »
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- At Waking
- Earth's Silences
- If One Might Live
- In the Crowd
- Mother and Child
- My Orders
- Prodigal Yet
- The Followers
- The Hay Field
- The House of the Trees