The Pocket Magazine (1895-1901) was an American literary magazine published by the Frederick A. Stokes Company in New York. It was edited by Irving Bacheller from its inception until June 1898, and by Abbot Frederic (a pseudonym for the publisher, Frederick A(bbot) Stokes) from August 1898 to the end of the run. At the end of 1901 the magazine was merged into Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
- Who's who in America. A.N. Marquis, 1899
- Pocket magazine, Oct. 1896
- Stanley Wertheim. A Stephen Crane encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997
- 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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