Sunday, October 26, 2014

Edna Goit Brintnall (1886-1959)

Author, Poet, Playwright
Born November 18, 1886, Illinois
Died August 19, 1959, Los Angeles, California

Edna Goit was born on November 18, 1886, in Illinois. On June 21, 1910, she married Leslie G. Brintnall in Cook County, Illinois, and about that time relocated to California. Edna Goit Brintnall was a poet, a playwright, and an author of stories. Her credits include the following:

  • "Mes Amours" (poem) in House and Garden (Feb. 1920)
  • What Every Woman Wants (play, 1920)
  • "Deathless" (poem) in The Lyric West: A Magazine of Verse (1922)
  • "Dust" (short story) in Weird Tales (July 1932)

Edna Goit Brintnall died on August 19, 1959, in Los Angeles and was buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

Edna Goit Brintnall's Story in Weird Tales
"Dust" (July 1932)

Further Reading
None except for the two poems listed above, which are available on the Internet.

Copyright 2014 Terence E. Hanley

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