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the author of Leo Dayne, a novel. Amy Woods has written many magazine articles, and in 1905 a book called Mr. Penwiper's Fairy Godmother. Marion K. Loud, another young woman born in Medford, is the author of A Picnic on a Pyramid. Susan Marr Spalding, author of the Wings of Icarus and Winter Roses, volumes of poetry, famous as the author of the poem called Fate, chose Medford as her home the last five years of her life, and lies in Oak Grove Cemetery. The Singers. One, blind, kness wrought Lest light should mar the dainty web, so, too, The poet, with a golden thread of thought, Weaves in the shade his fancies fine and true. So from his sorrow is your pleasure brought, The joy he hath not doth he give to you! Susan Marr Spalding. Catherine Wilder Fellowes Paradise wrote juvenile literature for periodicals. Little Theocritus, a poem, is reprinted in Stedman's Anthology of American Poetry, and On a Volume of Dante, is included in Higginson's American Sonnets.