Martin, Richard. Ink in Her Blood: The Life and Crime Fiction of Margery Allingham. UMI Research Press.
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Following the publication of Unspoken Thoughts, AC 's publication turned increasingly towards novelistic fiction, largely for financial reasons. Between 1895 and 1914 she was prolific, publishing ten novels with five publishers in England...
|Publishing||Ethel M. Dell||
Her first acceptances came from romantic magazines. On the matter of business terms, however, she was hard-headed. She declined to publish with F. V. White and Co. because I did not consider their terms sufficiently...
|Reception||Ethel M. Dell|
|Textual Production||Margery Allingham||
She wrote this while still a student. Its germ lay in sessions of tumbler-turning at the family's Essex holiday home in summer 1921. In this form of spiritualism the assembled company rest one finger each...
|Textual Production||Beatrice Harraden||
BH is said to have devoted only an hour and a half each day to her writing, allowing it to encroach no further than this on her life.
In 1930 she was awarded an annual...
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
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