John Rodker (1894-1955) was an English writer, poet and publisher. He was a member of the ‘Whitechapel Boys’, a group of Anglo-Jewish writers and artists of the early 20th century including Isaac Rosenberg, Mark Gertler, and David Bomberg. Rodker became foreign editor of the New York magazine, The Little Review in 1919 and founded Ovid Press, publishing books by T.S. Eliot and drawings by Wyndham Lewis. He later published editions of James Joyce’s Ulysses and works by Sigmund Freud.