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Publishing Jean Plaidy
The following eighty or so novels that she wrote under this pseudonym garnered her a wide following. Even before becoming Jean Plaidy she had studied the business aspect of authorship and had learned that whatever...
Publishing Isabella Bird
Before publication in book form, some of the letters appeared in periodicals such as Out West and The Leisure Hour. The book was translated for a French edition and published in America by G. P. Putnam Sons
Publishing Jean Plaidy
Under this name she went on to publish fourteen in this matrilineal-family-saga which combines Plaidyish historical interest with Holtesque plot and melodrama.
Bennett, Catherine. “The Prime of Miss Jean Plaidy”. The Guardian, pp. 23 - 4.
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All the Philippa Carr novels were published by Putnam in the USA...
Publishing Isabella Bird
Subsequent editions included a two-volume version issued by the New York publishing firm of Putnam in 1881, an abridged edition from New York's Dutton in 1916, and a Virago reprint with an introduction by Pat Barr
Publishing Muriel Spark
G. P. Putnam's Sons did the trade edition in the US. The Bodley Head edition followed on 6 September. The First Edition Society edition was illustrated by Vivienne Flesher , and was sold to subscribers...
Publishing Phyllis Bottome
The book was published by Putnam in New York under the title Alfred Adler, A Biography.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Joseph Conrad
Typhoon was published on its own by Putnam in 1902, with illustrations by Maurice Grieffenhagen .
Publishing Alison Uttley
This book caused AU much anguish in writing. She took the idea from the Babington ancestral home at Dethick, close to her childhood home of Castle Top Farm, and from a dream she...
Publishing Shelagh Delaney
SD published a collection of autobiographical stories, Sweetly Sings the Donkey, with Putnam in New York; it appeared in London the following year.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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OCLC WorldCat.
Publishing Augusta Gregory
In 1912, several of AG 's early plays (including Kincora, The White Cockade, The Canavans, and Dervorgilla) were published by Putnam in their Irish Folk-History Plays series, published in New York and London.
Mikhail, Edward Halim. Lady Gregory: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism. Whitston, 1982.
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Publishing Augusta Gregory
The play was published in 1916 by John Murray in London and by Putnam 's in New York.
Mikhail, Edward Halim. Lady Gregory: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism. Whitston, 1982.
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Publishing Beatrice Harraden
Blackwood rejected this novel: William Blackwood thought it too sad to suit the public taste.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
BH then made the mistake of selling the copyright to the publisher who had accepted her, Lawrence and Bullen ...
Publishing Georgette Heyer
Heinemann printed 110,000 copies; Foyles Book Club came out with an edition of 172,500. Putnam of New York bought the US rights to the novel.
Hodge, Jane Aiken. The Private World of Georgette Heyer. Bodley Head, 1984.
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(GH disparaged their enthusiasm as typically American.)
Haas, Lidija. “Wholly Allergic”. London Review of Books, No. 16, pp. 29 -30.
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Publishing Flora Klickmann
It reached a second impression in the year of publication, and was translated into Portuguese. A popular edition followed in 1927, and Putnam's reprinted the novel in 1931 and 1935.
Publishing Flora Klickmann
In 1932 FK published with G. P. Putnam's Sons in London and New York a novel entitled Delicate Fuss, which is titled from a nickname given to her when she was ill in hospital.
British Library Catalogue.
Lazell, David. Flora Klickmann and her Flower Patch. Flower Patch Magazine, 1976.
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Timeline

Early 1870s
American George Palmer Putnam set up a publishing house in London.