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Orrick Glenday Johns (born June 2, 1887 - July 8, 1946) was a poet and playwright. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri to George Sibley Johns and Minnehaha McDearmon.
His works include:
- 1917 - Asphalt and Other Poems
- 1920 - Black Branches, A Book of Poetry and Plays
- 1925 - Blindfold, a novel
- 1926 - Wild Plum: Lyrics, with Sonnets to Charis
- 1937 - Time of Our Lives, the Story of My Father and Myself, autobiography