Robert McAlmon

Standard Name: McAlmon, Robert


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Cultural formation H. D.
Of these two companions, Bryher identified herself as lesbian while HD did not. Some commentators, such as Janice Robinson , have described the relationship between them as a lesbian marriage, although both took measures to...
Family and Intimate relationships Bryher
Bryher married writer Robert McAlmon in New York City.
Benstock, Shari. Women of the Left Bank: Paris, 1900-1940. University of Texas Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Bryher
Bryher proposed marriage to McAlmon shortly before her return to England. Through the union, she gained independence from and approval from her family, while she promised McAlmon funds for his literary pursuits.
Bryher,. The Heart to Artemis: A Writer’s Memoirs. Collins.
McAlmon wrote...
Friends, Associates Djuna Barnes
DB arrived in Paris with letters of introduction to Ezra Pound and James Joyce , and she soon came into contact with a great number of the US expatriates living there at this time, including...
Friends, Associates Sylvia Beach
Among the first subscribers were Thérèse Bertrand (later Fontaine) , André Gide , Dorothy and Ezra Pound , and Gertrude Stein .
Beach, Sylvia. Shakespeare and Company. Harcourt, Brace.
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With the loyal support of French literary figures such as Valery Larbaud
Friends, Associates Mary Butts
In Paris in the 1920s MB engaged with other modernist writers and literary people, including James Joyce , Djuna Barnes , Robert McAlmon , Ford Madox Ford , Bryher , Peggy Guggenheim , Ethel Colburn Mayne
Friends, Associates H. D.
In Chicago on her US visit of 1920-1, HD met with Harriet Monroe . In New York she renewed her acquaintance with friends from her early days in Pennsylvania: Marianne Moore and William Carlos Williams
Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
The Egoist Press went on to publish Dora Marsden's The Definition of the Godhead, Eliot 's The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, Pound 's Dialogues of Fontenelle, Lewis 's Tarr,...
Publishing Sylvia Beach
The speech urged all Americans to use their democratic rights to bring down corrupt politicians, because the President eats dirt and excrement for the daily meals, likes it, and tries to force it on the...
Publishing Mary Butts
MB 's first novel, Ashe of Rings, which she called a War-Fairy-Tale, was published in Paris by Robert McAlmon 's Three Mountains Press .
Blondel, Nathalie. Mary Butts: Scenes from the Life. McPherson & Company.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Publishing Ford Madox Ford
Robert McAlmon 's Three Mountains Press in Paris published FMF 's Women and Men, a philosophical discussion on the relations and the differences between the sexes
Stang, Sondra J., editor. “Introduction and Editorial Materials”. The Ford Madox Ford Reader, Carcanet, p. various pages.
Harvey, David Dow. Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939: A Bibliography of Works and Criticism. Princeton University Press.
Publishing H. D.
Robert McAlmon 's Contact Press published at ParisH. D. 's first, highly experimental novel, Palimpsest.
Boughn, Michael. H.D.: A Bibliography 1905-1990. University Press of Virginia.
Publishing Mina Loy
ML 's poetry collection Lunar Baedecker was published in Paris by Robert McAlmon 's Contact Publishing Company .
McAlmon was apparently responsible for the mis-spelling of Baedeker on the title-page. Jonathan Williams corrected this typographical...
Publishing Gertrude Stein
GS 's magnum opus, a novel entitled The Making of Americans, was published in France by Robert McAlmon 's Contact Editions .
Brinnin, John Malcolm, and John Ashbery. The Third Rose: Gertrude Stein and her World. Addison-Wesley.
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Residence Bryher
Shari Benstock explains that the very wealthy Bryher had been advised to move to Switzerland for tax purposes. But Benstock also suggests that Bryher's Swiss home became a creative refuge for her and H. D...


December 1920: Contact, an American Quarterly Review began...

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December 1920

Contact, an American Quarterly Review began irregular publication in New York.

June 1923: Contact, an American Quarterly Review ceased...

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June 1923

Contact, an American Quarterly Review ceased publication in New York.


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