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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
FOR LITERARY WORKERS

VOLUME XXXIII

JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1921

BOSTON:
THE WRITER PUBLISHING COMPANY

1921

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The, 37

Aumonier, Stacy, 91
Authors, A Golden Rule for, 125
Authors, Astronomical Bulls of, 157
Authors, The Oldest Living, 132
Authors and Individuality, 62
Authors and Their Earnings, 172
Authors' Co-operative Publishing House, An, 36
Authors' League vs. The Hearst Magazines, The, 37
Avery, Stephen Morehouse, 107
Bailey, Temple. Graham, 133
Baker, Karle Wilson, 74
Ballard, J. F., A Manuscript Record, 39
Bentley, Francis R., Trade Journals Want Facts and

Ideas, 113
Bird, Harry, Jr., Choosing Your Writing Name, 163
Book Reviews, 13: 4462, Tio, 141, 158, 174, 186
Books, Cutting. Untrimmed Leaves of, 118
Bowles, Ella Shannon, Literary Material from Per.

sonal Experience, 150
Brain Workers, Regular Hours for, 12
Brockway, Ernest Warren, 75
Bryant, William Cullen, 169
Burgess, Thornton W., 169
Capitol Literary Press, The, 22
Carlyle, Thomas, 170
Carter, Arthur Brewster, 140
Cartoonist, How One Got a Start, 61
Caygill, Harry W., Service Journals as a Field for

Writers, 146
Chadwick, Charles, 59
Characters. Drawing from Life, 77
Child, Richard Washburn, 170
Children's Verse, Gaylord, 131
Cochrane, John I., 59
Color Words. Littell, 33
Colyumist's Removal to a New Office, A, 172
Common Errors in Writing Corrected, Hughes, 35
Composition Contests, Impromptu, 78
Construction Publications, Writing for, West, 178
Contracts for Writers, Importance of, 52
Copeland, Fred O., 60
Copyright, How to Secure, 7
Cosmopolitan, What the Editor Wants, Porter, 114
Cresson, Abigail W., 107
Current Literary Topics, 11, 27, 60, 76, 93, 109, 124,

155, 171, 185
Davis, Christine Kerr, 26
Dialogue, What is. 28
Dial's Award to Writers, The, 119
Dickenson, May Freud, 89
Domestic Science Writers, Demand for, King, 51
Downie, Mary, Fashions in Writing, 98
Du Bois, Theodora, 107
Editions, Small Ones Unprofitable, 70
Editorial, 6, 20, 36, 52, 68, 84, 100, 118, 132, 148, 164,

180
Editors, Are They Hard-hearted, Galahad, 129
Editor's Rules for Contributors, An, 30
Editor's Talk about Editors, An, A Magazine

Editor, !, 39
Ellingson, Harold K., Self-Consciousness in Writ.

ing. 161
Fairbanks, Marion Lyon, 90
Fairy Tales. How They End, 94
Farrar, Addie, Looking for the Flaws in Manu.

scripts, 49
Fiction in the Metropolitan Magazine, 119
Fiction, Journalism in, 93
Fiction, Making It Plausible, Jones, 177
Fiction, Our Redbloody, McFarling, 163
Fiction, Real Life and, 133
Fiction, Supergirls in 118
Fiction, The Large Sale of Popular, 172

Field, Eugene, 91
Fletcher, Louisa, go
Frank, Solomon, The Difference between Poetry

and Verse, 53
Galahad, Joseph Andrew, Are Editors Hard-hearted?

129
Gaylord, Ruth K., Children's Verse, 131
Gest, Elizabeth A., Concerning Prize Offers, 81
Graham, Gladys Wilmot, Suggestions for Verse

Writers, 83
Graham, James, Temple Bailey, 133
Graphology. Applied to Writers, 17
Gray, M. Emma, Unwholesome Stories, 149
Hall, Carolyn, 107
Hancock, La Touche, Prize Competitions, 165
Hankins, Arthur Preston, 170
Hay, John, 92
Hearst Magazines' Policy in Buying Manuscripts,
Holding, Elizabeth Sanxay, 26
Hopley, Frank Dorrance, 140
Horsford, Marion, Plots for Juvenile Stories, 85.
Hudson, Maud Harris, Fashion in the Use of Words,

133
Hughes, Edward B., Common Errors in Writing

Corrected, 35
Huling. Caroline Alden, Brief Suggestions to

Writers, 65
Illustrating Your Articles, Kennedy, 66
Jones, Willis K.. Making Fiction Plausible, 177
Tournalism in Fiction, 93
Kahler, Hugh MacNair, 75
Kennedy. Arthur, Illustrating Your Articles, 66
King. Muriel C., Demand for Domestic Science

Writers, 51
Kipling Story, That "Unpublished"; 7
Kulzick, Josephine. Advantages of 'Note-taking, 67
Literary Articles in Periodicals, 15, 30, 46, 63, 79,

95. 110, 127, 143, 159, 175, 187
Literary Clearance Sales, Walton, 145
Literary Enlightenment, A, Wallingford, 4
Literary Impostor, A, 70
Literary Judgment. John Galsworthy's Condem.

nation of American, 100
Literary Material from Personal Experiences,

Profitable, 150
Literary Material in What You Hear, Ranns, 34
Literary Property Shop, The, 185
Literary Shop Talk, 7, 22, 39, 53, 69, 85, 119, 133,

149, 165
Literary Structure, 76
Literature, Imaginative. 132
Littell, Jane, Color Words, 3.3
Longhand, Why Not Write Short, 185
McFarling. Lloyd, Words, Words, Words, 3

Our Redbloody Fiction. 163
McFee, William, Gets Encouragement, 11
McLain, Florence Hutchins, An Editor's Talk

about Editors. 39
Manuscript Envelopes, 164
Manuscript Records. 39
Manuscript Market. The, S, 23, 40, 54, 70, 86, 101, 120,

135. 150, 165, 181
Manuscripts, Common Weaknesses in, A Publisher's

Reader. 21, 53
Manuscripts, Impossibility of Suggesting Useful

Lists of Markets without a Critical Reading, 20
Manuscripts, Looking for the Flaws in, Farrar, 49
Manuscripts Offered by Letter, 18
Manuscripts, Publishers Do Read, 6
Manuscripts, Rules for Typewriting. 164
Manuscripts, The Best Wav to Mail, 164
Manuscripts, Typewritten Preferred, 148

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