1899 – Born on the 9th of December in Brooklyn, New York City.
1924 – She became the editor for "The Measure".
1925 – Her first volume of poetry titled "Those Not Elect" was published.
1928 – She had a brief affair with Edmund Wilson.
1930 – She lived in the Ramapo Mountains near Hillburn, New York and commuted to New York to lecture
on Victorian poetry at New York University.
– She taught English at various colleges and universities.
1950 – She received an honorary doctorate from the New Jersey College for Women.
1954 – She won the Bollingen Prize for her poem titled "A Selection".
1988 – She died on the 27th of June in New Milford, Connecticut at the age of 88.