Pseudonym of Francis D. Smith. He was born in Everett, Washington. He was an author and the first dean of the faculty of humanities and arts at Hampshire College which he cofounded. He is the creator of 'Neil Kelly', a professor of English literature at a New England college.
Titles and year of publication:
|1) By Frequent Anguish||1982|
|2) Such Pretty Toys||1982|
|3) Ceremony of Innocence||1984|
|4) It Can't Be My Grave||1984|
|5) Death and the Mad Heroine||1985|
|6) Nantucket Soap Opera||1987|