William Meredith 1919–
American poet, playwright, editor, critic, and translator.
In his verse Meredith favors a natural, colloquial style. His poems often deal with nature and the joys of the commonplace. Robert Frost is an acknowledged influence.
(See also CLC, Vols. 4, 13, Contemporary Authors, Vols. 9-12, rev. ed.; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vol. 6, and Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 5: American Poets since World War II.)