Very little is known about the author of Chloris (1596), sonneteer and disciple of Spenser. His poems appear in The Phoenix Nest (1593) and England's Helicon (1600). Samuel Egerton Brydges identifies him, without giving any evidence, as the "W. S." who contributed verses to John Grange, The Golden Aphroditis (1577).
Chloris, or the complaint of the passionate despised shepheard. 1596.
Poems, ed. Lawrence A. Sasek. 1970.