Grace Stone Coates poet from United States was born in 1881, had 95 years and died in 1976. Poems were written mainly in English language. Dominant movement is other.
Grace Stone Coates (1881–1976) wrote short stories, novels, poetry, and news articles. She spent most of her time writing out of her home in Martinsdale, Montana. Coates published her first poem, "The Intruder," in 1921 and her first novel, Black Cherries, in 1931. She co-edited and wrote for Frontier, a literary magazine edited by Harold G. Merriam, a creative writing professor at the University of Montana.. Montana writer