In August 1921, while she waited for Ulysses' appearance, HSW
obtained the rights to all of Joyce
's publications: Chamber Music from Elkin Mathews
, and Dubliners and Exiles from Grant Richards
She wrote out the tale (presumably in a version much condensed from its telling on the road) in a small volume, with her own watercolour pictures facing each page of print. A friend took this...
The Dark Tide was rejected by more than a dozen publishers; Grant Richards
agreed to publish it provided that VB
subsidized the cost of printing (she paid £50). It was never reprinted The many rejections...
Ella Hepworth Dixon
The stories in this volume had previously appeared in journals such as The World, Yellow Book, Lady's Pictorial, and the Pall Mall Magazine.
Dixon, Ella Hepworth. The Story of a Modern Woman. Editor Farmer, Steve, Broadview.
At the end of the nineteenth century EF
underwent a brief rediscovery as a children's author. E. V. Lucas
wrote the introduction for a volume of her stories under the title The Bad Family...
She continued to use this pseudonym for all her publications. The volume received scant attention until it was reissued by Grant Richards
in London and by Dutton
in New York in 1902, in the wake...
Ménie Muriel Dowie
This mixed-genre book, published by Grant Richards
, maintains coherence through its subject-matter, narration, and theme, though its pages mingle fiction, descriptive prose, poetry, and character sketches with advice about gardening. All aspects of the...
published a third volume of poetry, The Man with a Hammer, with Grant Richards
Wickham, Anna, and James Hepburn. The Writings of Anna Wickham, Free Woman and Poet. Editor Smith, Reginald Donald, Virago Press.
Wickham, Anna. The Man with a Hammer. Grant Richards.
collected some of her poetry in a volume entitled Songs of Womanhood, published (like her previous volume) by Grant Richards
British Library Catalogue. http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?dscnt=0&tab=local_tab&dstmp=1489778087340&vid=BLVU1&mode=Basic&fromLo.
This impressive work was published with Grant Richards
. The tabulation compiles and organizes an immense amount of statistical information in order to provide to the reader a convenient book of reference.
Brooke, Emma Frances. A Tabulation of the Factory Laws of European Countries. Grant Richards.
A. E. Housman
He wrote most of these poems very rapidly in the first five months of 1895, originally planning to use the pseudonym Terence Hearsay. Macmillan
had rejected the book before Kegan Paul
accepted it. The...