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Full Name: Kenneth Fearing
(1902-1961) Poet, writer, novelist. In 1925 Kenneth Fearing moved to New York where he began a career as a poet. During the Twenties and Thirties his poetry was published in "New Masses", "The New Yorker", and "Poetry." He published his first novel, "The Hospital", in 1939. He also published pulp fiction, including soft-pornography, under the name Kirk Wolff.
Author's Timeline:
1902 (Unknown) County
Kenneth Flexner Fearing was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on July 28, 1902. 
1961 New York County
Kenneth Fearing died at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, New York, on June 26, 1961.  
1925 Richmond County
Mr. Fearing moved to Staten Island, New York, and later to Greenwich Village in Manhattan, New York. 
1925 New York County
Mr. Fearing lived at 311 West 11th Street, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York. 
1940 New York County
Collected Poems
(Pub: Random House ISBN: 0404146619 / 978-0404146610)
Poetry Collection. 
1929 New York County
Angel Arms
(Pub: Coward-McCann ISBN: )
Poetry Collection. An attack on American life and its perceived decline. 
1935 New York County
(Pub: Dynamo ISBN: )
Poetry collection.  
1938 New York County
Dead Reckoning
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
Poetry Collection. 
1943 New York County
Afternoon of a Pawn Broker and Other Poems
(Pub: Harcourt, Brace and Company ISBN: )
Poetry Collection. 
1948 New York County
Stranger at Coney Island and Other Poems
(Pub: New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company ISBN: )
1956 (Unknown) County
New and Selected Poems
(Pub: Indiana University Press ISBN: 0253157307 / 978-0253157300)
Poetry Collection 
1939 New York County
The Hospital
(Pub: Ramdom House ISBN: )
1941 New York County
Dagger of the Mind
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
1942 New York County
Clark Gifford's Body
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
1946 New York County
The Big Clock
(Pub: Harcourt, Brace and Company ISBN: )
Crime Novel. American Noir. Twice made into a movie: "The Big Clock", 1948 and "No Way Out", 1987. 
1951 New York County
Loneliest Girl in the World
(Pub: New York: Harcourt Brace & Company ISBN: )
1954 New York County
The Generous Heart
(Pub: Harcourt Brace ISBN: )
1960 New York County
The Crozart Story
(Pub: Doubleday and Company ISBN: )

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