Pocket Magazine

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The Pocket Magazine, 1896

The Pocket Magazine (1895-1901) was an American literary magazine published by the Frederick A. Stokes Company in New York.[1] It was edited by Irving Bacheller[2] from its inception until June 1898, and by Abbot Frederic (a pseudonym for the publisher, Frederick A(bbot) Stokes)[3] from August 1898 to the end of the run. At the end of 1901 the magazine was merged into Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.

The magazine printed work by Stephen Crane,[4][5] Arthur Conan Doyle, Beatrice Harraden, Max Pemberton, Edmund C. Stedman and others.

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  1. ^ Who's who in America. A.N. Marquis, 1899
  2. ^ Pocket magazine, Oct. 1896
  3. ^ https://archive.org/stream/historyofclassof00willrich/historyofclassof00willrich_djvu.txt
  4. ^ Stanley Wertheim. A Stephen Crane encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997
  5. ^ John C. Hartsock. A history of American literary journalism: the emergence of a modern narrative form. Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2000

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