- Category : Writers-Detective-Mystery
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Split - Small (22,45,51)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Duality 2
- Birth Year: 1863
- Birthday: 28. November
- Birthplace: London, United Kingdom
- Category: Writers-Detective-Mystery
- Profile: 6-2
- Type: Emotional Manifesting Generator
- Inc.Cross: Duality 2
- Definition: Double Split - Small (22,45,51)
- Variables: BLR-MLL
- 2057 The Brain Wave
- 3457 Power
- 3740 Community
- 0108 Inspiration
- 2034 Charisma
English author. He created primarily mainstream adventure and detective fiction. He also wrote supernatural and fantasy stories.
As an author, Jepson occasionally used a pseudonym R. Edison Page. He used this name in association with some of his short stories. During his career Jepson collaborated with such authors as John Gawsworth, Arthur Machen and Hugh Clevely.
Jepson was the editor of Vanity Fair magazine, for a short period of time. He was also a translator, notably of the Arsène Lupin stories of Maurice Leblanc. He was a member of the Square Club (from 1908) of established Edwardian authors, and also one of the more senior of the New Bohemians drinking club.
Edgar Jepson died on 11 April 1938 at his home in Hampstead, a neighborhood near central London. Jepson was survived by his son and both daughters and by his former wife of thirty-four years, Frita Bisham Holmes.