J.C. Squire

J.C. Squire was a British writer who is best remembered as the editor of the London Mercury. He was also a poet and historian. Throughout the First World War, he wrote satirical poems while reviewing for the New Statesman. He collected essays in If It Had Happened Otherwise, a series of alternative histories. Read more of J.C. Squire’s Biography.


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