Ainslee's Magazine

Ainslee's Magazine was an American literary periodical published from 1897 to December 1926. It was originally published as a humor magazine called The Yellow Kid, based on the popular comic strip character. It was renamed Ainslee's the following year.

Ainslee's Magazine
Ainslee's Magazine June 1921.jpg
June 1921 cover
CategoriesLiterary magazine
FrequencyMonthly
PublisherAinslee magazine Co.
First issue1897
Final issueDecember 1926
CountryUnited States
Based inNew York City
LanguageEnglish
OCLC1478612

The magazine's publishers were Howard, Ainslee & Co., a division of the Street & Smith publishing house in New York City.

ContributorsEdit

Among those who contributed essays, short stories, or poetry to Ainslee's:

From 1920 to 1923 Dorothy Parker wrote the monthly drama reviews column, "In Broadway Playhouses". Edith Isaacs worked as a critic for the magazine prior to her tenure at Theatre Arts.[1]

Ainslee's lasted until December 1926, after which it was merged into Far West Illustrated.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Barbara Sicherman; Carol Hurd Green (1980). Notable American Women: The Modern Period : a Biographical Dictionary. Harvard University Press. pp. 370–. ISBN 978-0-674-62733-8.

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