Christopher Morley was an extremely illustrious journalist, novelist and a man of many words. Apart from his career in journalism, he also produced a number of stage productions. His large gamut of works spans over 100 books, articles and essays, out of which some of his best-known works include ‘The Haunted Bookshop’, ‘Parnassus on Wheels’ and ‘Kitty Foyle’. The amusing author embarked on a fertile career which produced a stream of successful works that carved a permanent place for him as one of the most influential journalist-novelists of all time. Just as he started out as a writer, a number of stories and articles were published in the ‘Haverfordian’, for which he also served as an editor at one point. Apart from writing novels and essays, he was also a poet and is best-remembered for the collection of poems entitled, ‘The Eighth Sin’. Throughout his lifetime, he contributed for many magazines and was one of the co-founders and editors of ‘Saturday Review of Literature’. Apart from publishing a number of short stories and plays, he also used to give lectures in colleges.