Everyman (magazine)

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Everyman Magazine, Vol. 1, January 1929

Everyman was an English magazine from 1929-1932 edited by C. B. Purdom.[1]

History and profile[edit]

Everyman was founded by publisher J. M. Dent in 1912. The original editor was Charles Sarolea. After publication temporarily stopped during World War I, the magazine was relaunched in 1929 by Hugh Dent. The first issue of the new release came out 31 January 1929 under the management and editorship of C. B. Purdom.[2]

The magazine covered books, drama, music and travel and featured articles by renowned authors such as Ivor Brown, Arthur Machen, G. K. Chesterton, A. E. Coppard, Bertrand Russell and many others.


  1. ^ Roach, Rebecca (2015). "'How Writers Work': Interviewing the Author in Everyman". Textual Practice. 30 (4): 645–667. doi:10.1080/0950236X.2015.1064013.
  2. ^ Everyman (magazine) Vol. 1, No. 1, 31 January 1929

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