Fields, James T. (M)

Surname: Fields
Forename(s): James Thomas
b. 31 December 1817. d. 24 April 1881. Nationality: American. VIAF.
Publisher, editor, poet, writer, and lecturer. Husband of Eliza Willard and, after her death, writer Annie Adams Fields. Began his distinguished publishing career as clerk for publisher and bookseller William D. Ticknor, and encouraged Ticknor to publish the first authorized American edition of Tennyson’s poems in 1842. Became Ticknor’s junior partner in 1843 and, in 1854, established a major new publishing house with Fields (Ticknor & Fields) that became America’s leading literary publisher. Editor of the Atlantic Monthly from 1861. Poetry volumes include Poems (1849) and Ballads and Other Verses (1881). Biographical information: ANB. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 1
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Dead 1849-10-20 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 6040