Charles Elkin Mathews
Mathews was born in Gravesend, and learned his trade in London and Bath. In 1884 he opened his own shop in Exeter, where he published his first books in collaboration with other local booksellers. In 1887 he returned to London.
In 1892 he published a volume of verse from the Rhymers' Club titled The Book of the Rhymers' Club and in 1894 a follow-up volume The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club was published by him and John Lane.
From 1892 to 1894 he worked in partnership with John Lane, culminating in the publication of The Yellow Book in 1894.
References and sources
- Papers of Charles Elkin Mathews at the University of Reading Captured March 7, 2005
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