"Margaret Storm Jameson" was an English journalist and author, known for her novels and reviews.
Jameson was born in Whitby, Yorkshire, and studied at the University of Leeds. She moved to London, where she earned a Masters of Arts degree from King's College London in 1914 and then went on to teach before becoming a full-time writer. She married the author Guy Chapman (historian)/Guy Chapman, but continued to be published under her maiden name, Storm Jameson. Though she predominantly used her own name, she also published three novels pseudonymously in 1937–38. The first two used the name James Hill and the third one was published under the name William Lamb.
Jameson was a prominent president of the British branch of the International PEN association, from 1939, and active in helping refugee writers. She was a founding
member of the Peace Pledge Union.
Jameson was a socialist in the 1930s;Montefiore, Janet.
Men and Women writers of the 1930s : The Dangerous Flood of History. Routledge, 1996.
ISBN 0415068924 (p. 25). although the
outbreak of the Second World War caused her to recant her pacifism and later adopt anti-Communist views.
However, she remained a supporter of the Labour Party (UK)/Labour Party. In addition to her novels, Jameson wrote three autobiographies.If you enjoy these quotes, be sure to check out other famous writers! More Storm Jameson on Wikipedia.