- The Chain in the Heart (1953) novel
- Cotton Country (1950) novel
- The Welcome (1948) novel
- Formula (1947) poetry
- The Long Reprieve (1946) poems
- The Fingers of the Night (1946) novel
- The Stone Ants (1943) poems
- Personal Sun (1940) poems
Hubert Creekmore was born in Water Valley, Mississippi, in 1907. He graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1927 and studied playwriting at Yale.
Creekmore worked at the Mississippi Highway Department in Jackson in the 1930’s and then moved to Washington D.C. to work at the Veterans’ Administration and Social Security Board.
He attended Columbia University where he earned his master’s degree in American Literature in 1940.
He served in the navy in World War II from 1942-1945. After the war, he worked as a freelance writer, teacher, lecturer, and translator.
In 1947, he was a visiting lecturer in fiction at the University of Iowa. His books include The Chain in the Heart (1953) a novel, Cotton Country (1950) novel, The Welcome (1948) novel, Formula (1947) poetry, The Long Reprieve (1946) poems, The Fingers of the Night (1946) novel, The Stone Ants (1943) poems, and Personal Sun (1940) poems
He died in 1966 in New York, where he worked as a translator and associate of the John Shaffner literary agency of New York.