by Gavin Ewart
Gavin Ewart (1916-1995) was born in London. He received his BA and MA from Christ’s College, Cambridge. His first poetry was published when he was seventeen, in Geoffrey Grigson’s New Verse. He published one book of poems before World War II, his next volume didn’t come out until 1964. In 1991 he received the Michael Braude Award for Light Verse.