John Lane


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Publishing Victoria Cross
Little of the critical speculation about the genealogy of The Woman Who Didn't has been confirmed. Charlotte Mitchell posits that the risqué subject matter of the novel VC produced after signing a contract with Lane
Publishing E. Nesbit
Biographer Julia Briggs believes that the original story was stimulated by EN 's writing about her own schooldays for the Girls' Own Paper.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
The composite book of tales appeared in instalments in The Windsor...
Publishing George Egerton
John Lane published GE 's second short-story collection, Discords, as the sixth title in his Keynotes series.
Egerton, George. A Leaf from the Yellow Book. Editor White, Terence de Vere, Richards Press.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Mix, Katherine Lyon. A Study in Yellow: <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl="j">The Yellow Book</span> and Its Contributors. Greenwood Press.
Publishing E. Nesbit
EN 's other story volumes include Homespun, 1896 (her second book written for the publisher Lane , for a series to a special design which embraces their lettering, covers, and frontispieces), The Literary Sense...
Publishing George Egerton
After receiving Gill's advice, GE sent the manuscript to William Heinemann , who promptly returned it, saying he was not interested in publishing mediocre short stories.
Egerton, George. A Leaf from the Yellow Book. Editor White, Terence de Vere, Richards Press.
She then sent it to John Lane at...
Publishing Vita Sackville-West
VSW privately printed Constantinople: Eight Poems, an instalment of a volume accepted for publication by John Lane but postponed on account of the war.
Glendinning, Victoria. Vita. Penguin.
Publishing Florence Farr
FF 's first novel, The Dancing Faun, was published by Elkin Mathews and John Lane as part of their Key Note series, with a cover by Aubrey Beardsley .
Johnson, Josephine. Florence Farr: Bernard Shaw’s new woman. Colin Smythe.
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Farr, Florence. The Dancing Faun. Elkin Mathews and John Lane.
Publishing Ethel Savi
ES published her third novel, The Daughter-in-Law, which she had taken to publisher John Lane , making a blind shot at the first name to turn up.
British Library Catalogue.
Savi, Ethel. My Own Story. Hutchinson.
Publishing Laurence Hope
Stars of the Desert, LH 's second volume of poetry, was published by Heinemann in England and John Lane in the USA.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
94 (30 October 1903): 314
Publishing Gertrude Stein
GS signed her first bona fide contract with John Lane to publish Three Lives in England.
Brinnin, John Malcolm, and John Ashbery. The Third Rose: Gertrude Stein and her World. Addison-Wesley.
Wilson, Robert Alfred. Gertrude Stein: A Bibliography. Phoenix Bookshop.
Publishing Laurence Hope
The Garden of Káma was first published in New York in 1902 as India's Love Lyrics: Collected & Arranged in Verse by Laurence Hope by John Lane , who would also publish her next two...
Publishing Rosamund Marriott Watson
Her second husband, Arthur Graham Tomson , designed the cover: an impressionistic painting of the poet surrounded by the garden at their London home in St John's Wood Road.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
When John Lane reissued...
Publishing Pauline Johnson
PJ 's first collection of poetry, The White Wampum, was published by John Lane in London.
Keller, Betty. Pauline: A Biography of Pauline Johnson. Douglas and McIntyre.
Gerson, Carole, and Veronica Strong-Boag. Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake). University of Toronto Press.
Publishing Phyllis Bottome
It was published by John Lane in London and by Houghton Mifflin Company in Boston and New York. Although PB had been interested in mental illness since childhood, the novel developed more directly from...
Publishing Alice Meynell
AM stopped publishing with John Lane after Oscar Wilde 's conviction.
Schaffer, Talia. The Forgotten Female Aesthetes: Literary Culture in Late-Victorian England. University Press of Virginia .


2 July 1914: The first issue of the magazine Blast, edited...

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2 July 1914

The first issue of the magazine Blast, edited by Wyndham Lewis , formally announced the arrival of Vorticism, an avant-garde movement in art.

1917: John Lane published The Candid Courtship,...

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John Lane published The Candid Courtship, a feministnovel by Madge Mears .


Ann, Lady Fanshawe,. The Memoirs of Ann, Lady Fanshawe. Editor Fanshawe, Herbert Charles, John Lane, 1907.
Bennett, Arnold. Journalism for Women. A Practical Guide. John Lane, 1898.
Bowen, Marjorie. General Crack. John Lane, 1928.
Omar Khayyám,. The Ruba’yat of Omar Khayam. Editor Garnett, Richard, Translator Cadell, Jessie Ellen, John Lane, 1899.
Cannan, Joanna, and Anne Bullen. A Pony for Jean. John Lane, 1936.
Carlyle, Thomas, and Jane Welsh Carlyle. “Preface”. The Love Letters of Thomas Carlyle and Jane Welsh, edited by Alexander Carlyle, John Lane, 1909, p. 1: v - xi.
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, and Sir James Crichton-Browne. New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle. Editors Carlyle, Thomas and Alexander Carlyle, John Lane, 1903.
Carlyle, Thomas, and Jane Welsh Carlyle. The Love Letters of Thomas Carlyle and Jane Welsh. Editor Carlyle, Alexander, John Lane, 1909.
Crichton-Browne, Sir James, and Jane Welsh Carlyle. “Introduction”. New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle, edited by Thomas Carlyle et al., John Lane, 1903, p. 1: v - lxxxvii.
Crommelin, May. One Pretty Maid and Others. John Lane, 1904.
Dowie, Ménie Muriel. Some Whims of Fate. John Lane, 1896.
Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach,. The Beautiful Lady Craven. Editors Saul, Benjamin Lewis and Alexander Meyrick Broadley, John Lane, 1914.
Forbes, Rosita. Unconducted Wanderers. John Lane, 1919.
Ford, Ford Madox. The Good Soldier. John Lane, 1915.
Frankau, Pamela. Tassel-Gentle. John Lane, 1934.
Garnett, Richard et al. “Introduction”. The Ruba’yat of Omar Khayam, edited by Richard Garnett, translated by. Jessie Ellen Cadell, John Lane, 1899, p. v - xxx.
Gibbes, Phebe. Heaven’s Best Gift. John Lane, 1797.
Holtby, Winifred. Anderby Wold. John Lane, 1923.
Holtby, Winifred. The Crowded Street. John Lane, 1924.
Hope, Laurence. India’s Love Lyrics. John Lane, 1912.
Hunt, Violet, and Ford Madox Ford. Zeppelin Nights. John Lane, 1916.
Johnson, Pauline. The White Wampum. John Lane, 1895.
Kavan, Anna. A Stranger Still. John Lane, 1935.
Lee, Vernon, and Clementina Anstruther-Thomson. Beauty and Ugliness. John Lane, 1912.
Lee, Vernon. Satan the Waster. John Lane, 1920.