Howard Brubaker (d. 1957) was an editor of Success and Liberator and a contributor to the New Yorker, Collier's Weekly, The New Republic, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, and many other magazines. He published over 100 short stories and a number of non-fiction pieces on contemporary affairs, especially national politics. He is best known for "Of All Things", a by-liner column that ran weekly in the New Yorker for over twenty-five years. This column was composed of six or eight two sentence paragraphs that offered humorous and satirical comments on contemporary happenings and personages. Many of these brief paragraphs were reprinted in newspapers across the country. Brubaker lived at the University Settlement House from 1900-1907.
- "List of Howard Brubaker's contributions to the New Yorker". The New Yorker. Retrieved 2 June 2009.
- The Fales Library Guide to the Howard Brubaker Papers
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