Standard Name: Tinsley, Edward
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Charlotte Riddell||
CR formed warm personal relationships with many of her professional associates. She mentions genuine friendship with several publishers (even those who on occasion rejected her work): Thomas Cautley Newby and his woman of business,...
|Publishing||Mary Elizabeth Braddon||
Its circulation was enormous. In its three-volume form it went through eight issues in its first three months, although reviewers implied that early announcements of these new editions were a form of puffery. Bibliographer Michael Sadleir
CR 's next publishers, Tinsley Brothers , had close ties to the circulating libraries and provided a real boost to her career. Their biggest recent success had been Mary Elizabeth Braddon 's Lady Audley's Secret...
Brothers William and Edward Tinsley formed a partnership as the Tinsley Brothers , publishers, at 18 Catherine Street, Strand, London.