“Dreiser, Nathan, Boyd, Describe New Magazine”

 

 

American Spectator (Dreiser, Boyd, Nathan interviewed) – Atlanta Const 10-30-1932

 

 

Posted here as a PDF file attachment is a news story based on an interview with Theodore Dreiser, George Jean Nathan, and Ernest Boyd regarding formation of a new magazine, The American Spectator:

 

“Dreiser, Nathan, Boyd, Describe New Magazine, Also ‘Own Saloon’ ”

United Press dispatch published in The Atlanta Constitution, October 30, 1932

 

As noted in a Wikipedia entry:

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Spectator_(literary_magazine):

 

The American Spectator was a monthly literary magazine which made its first monthly appearance in November 1932. It was edited by George Jean Nathan, though Eugene O’Neill, Ernest Boyd, Theodore Dreiser, and James Branch Cabell were also listed as joint editors.

The original editors left the publication in 1935, after which the paper continued monthly publication under new editors until October 1936. The American Spectator lasted another six months on a bimonthly before folding altogether.

 

 

— Roger W. Smith

    May 2018

 

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