He was a friend of William Carlos Williams. He was briefly married to Kathleen Eaton Cannell, who was generally known as 'Kitty'.
Cannell met Ezra Pound in Paris in 1913. Pound sent some of Cannell's poems to Harriet Monroe, editor of Poetry . Back in London, Pound took Cannell and Kitty to visit Yeats and found a room for the couple below his own in Church Walk, Kensington.
Cannell and Kitty divorced in 1921.
- Nocturnes: Poems in prose and verse. Chicago: Danaides Press, 2014.
- Ikons. Chicago: Danaides Press, 2014.
- Des Imagistes: An anthology (edited by Ezra Pound). London: Poetry Bookshop / New York: A. & C. Boni, 1914.
- The New Poetry: An anthology (edited by Harriet Monroe & Alice Corbin Henderson). New York: Macmillan, 1918.
- Robert Karoly Sarlos, Jig Cook and the Provincetown Players: Theatre in Ferment University of Massachusetts Press, 1982. ISBN 0-87023-349-1
- James J Wilhelm, Ezra Pound in London and Paris 1908-1925 Penn State Press, 1990. ISBN 0-271-00682-X
- Noel Stock, The Life of Ezra Pound, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1970. ISBN 0-14-021795-9 (p.174 of the Penguin edition)
- James J Wilhelm, Ezra Pound in London and Paris 1908-1925 Penn State Press, 1990. ISBN 0-271-00682-X (see p.301)
- Skipwith Cannell in The New Poetry: An anthology: "The Red Bridge," "The King,"
- Skipwith Cannell in Poetry: A magazine of verse, 1912-1922: Poems in Prose and Verse, "Ikons," "The Blind Man," "The Dwarf Speaks," "Epilogue to the Crows," "The Prayer," "The Red Bridge," "The King," "The Crown, the Plate, and the Bowl," "The Temple of Hunger," "A Riddle," "The Lean Gray Rats"
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