Alfred Kreymborg worked as an American poet, in addition to a literary editor and anthologist. He is also the author of plays and novels. He published Mushrooms in 1916, a collection of free-verse poetry. He also worked alongside Man Ray to publish ten issues of The Glebe, which was read by other modernist poets of the time like Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams. Kreymborg worked editing several other magazines throughout his life and published work sporadically, such as in The Dial in 1923. Read more about Alfred Kreymborg.