Simon and Schuster

Connections

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Friends, Associates Bessie Head
In Francistown she again was able to draw on the generosity of friends who perceived her literary potential: Nini Ettlinger , who gave her, under the appearance of a loan, the money to buy a...
Intertextuality and Influence Christina Stead
At the insistence of its first publisher, the US Simon and Schuster , CS agreed to transpose her Australian novel to an American setting. This entailed shifting the period from the 1910s to the 1930s...
Publishing Christina Stead
At a time when proletarian fiction was all the rage, she felt she was writing an ideologically correct work that would expose the sordid machinations of fraudulent capitalists, though she realised that while perhaps revolutionary...
Publishing Christina Stead
Having decided to leave Simon and Schuster , CS submitted this work in manuscript to Angus Cameron of Little Brown , but she may have done this too early, since he replied that it needed...
Publishing Ethel Wilson
On 18 November 1944, EW began corresponding with editors at the Canadian publishing company Macmillan . She sent Macmillan a bundle of stories, including the three published in the New Statesman, proposing that the...
Publishing Ethel Wilson
The book was produced in England but copies shipped to Canada bore a Canadian imprint.
Stouck, David. Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography. University of Toronto Press, 2003.
110
Publication was delayed for some time. Upon first receiving the manuscript in early 1945, EW 's editors at Macmillan
Publishing Elizabeth Bishop
EB began submitting the manuscript of a first collection of poems in 1939, only to have it summarily rejected in turn by Random House , Viking , and Simon and Schuster . Harcourt Brace offered...
Publishing Ivy Compton-Burnett
It had been completed at the end of October 1958. The time elapsing between the writing and the publishing of a book extended markedly during ICB 's career. This book and the following two were...
Publishing Bessie Head
Having used a small grant from the World Council of Churches
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
to finance its writing, BH published her first novel, When Rain Clouds Gather, through Simon and Schuster in New York.
Eilersen, Gillian Stead. Bessie Head. Wits University Press, 2007.
131
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
57471 (29 January 1969): 8
Publishing Bessie Head
Simon and Schuster provided an advance of eighty US dollars. They also provided editorial help and guidance, tactfully steering BH away from the rhapsodical style which came naturally to her. This hardback edition was quickly...
Publishing Bessie Head
Her novel was rejected by Simon and Schuster , but accepted by Gollancz. It was published, unfortunately, during her complete mental breakdown, the most serious she ever had.
Eilersen, Gillian Stead. Bessie Head. Wits University Press, 2007.
134, 167
Textual Production Mary McCarthy
MMC 's story Cruel and Barbarous Treatment became the opening chapter of The Company She Keeps, published by Simon and Schuster .
Carol Gelderman,. Mary McCarthy: A Life. St Martin’s Press, 1988.
100
Textual Production Anita Brookner
In the early 1980s AB did a good deal of reviewing of literary works for the Times Literary Supplement.
Skinner, John. The Fictions of Anita Brookner: Illusions of Romance. Macmillan, 1992.
9-11
In 1988 she edited her own selection, with introduction, of The Stories of Edith Wharton
Textual Production Patricia Highsmith
The book was published in the UK by Heinemann , and in New York later the same year by Simon and Schuster .
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