Alexander George Craig

Alexander George (Alec) Craig (1897–1973) was a British author and poet, who wrote extensively about banned books. Craig was interested more generally in sexual behaviour and reform, and was also engaged with the socialist movement. He was involved with the Progressive League, reviewing books for their journal.

His papers are in the archives of Senate House Library.

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