E. L. Mayo
For three years thereafter he held miscellaneous jobs as a brush salesman, clerk in a music store, waiter in the Mount Washington Hotel, and wine steward in the Bahamas.
In 1929 he returned to study at the University of Minnesota. He graduated magna cum laude in 1932, taking his M.A. in 1936.
From 1947 Mayo taught at Phillips Academy, Drake University. He was professor of English at Iowa Wesleyan College, and in 1961 received an honorary degree. When Mayo died in 1979, he was survived by his wife, Myra Margaret Buchanan Morton, and children: Mary Elizabeth, Alice Myra Breemer, John Harvey, and grandchildren.
- Summer Unbound, and Other Poems. University of Minnesota Press. 1958. ISBN 978-0-8166-6362-0.
- Collected Poems. Kansas City: Ohio University Press. 1982. ISBN 978-0-8040-0386-5.
- The Diver: Poems. University of Minnesota Press. 1999. ISBN 978-0-8166-0045-8.
- "Formative American Elements in the Work of T.S. Eliot". the journal of the National Book League (291). Jan.-Feb. 1955.
- Jean C. Stine, Daniel G. Marowski, ed. (Summer 1970). "A Kind of Liberation". Northwest Review (Detroit) 10.3: 115–118.
- E. L. Mayo - Ohio University Press & Swallow Press
- "E L Mayo." Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, 2001. Literature Resources from Gale
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- On Growing Invisible by On Growing Invisible E. L. Mayo : Poetry Magazine
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- February 1949 : Poetry Magazine
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