J. F. Hendry

J. F. Hendry (1912 - 1986)

Biography

Summary

J. F. Hendry was born in Glasgow in 1912. He served in the Intelligence Corps during the Second World War, and then continued to work as a translator. With Henry Treece he was one of the founders of the New Apocalypse Movement, later joined by G. S. Fraser and Norman MacCaig, and he edited the movements three anthologies. His poetry collections include The Bombed Happiness (1942) and the Orchestral Mountain (1943).

Poems by J. F. Hendry

There are no poems by this poet on the Scottish Poetry Library website, but we do have items in our library collection.