Breaking into print; being a compilation of papers wherein each of a select group of authors tells of the difficulties of authorship & how such trials are met, together with biographical notes and comment by an editor of the Colophon.

Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1968] .

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Other Title Colophon.
Subjects Authors.
Description x, 196 p. illus., facsims. 22 cm.
Notes Reprint of the 1937 ed.
Contents On being published, by S. Anderson.--Why does nobody collect me?, by R. Benchley.--The sixth man, by S. V. BeneĢt.--The Writing of East wind: West wind, by P. Buck.--Recipes for writers, by J. B. Cabell.--Post-bellum-pre-Harlem, by C. W. Chesnutt.--On first getting into print, by A. S. Coppard.--The early adventures of Sister Carrie, by T. Dreiser.--Biography and bibliographies. by J. Hergesheimer.--First book, by R. Jeffers.--My memoirs of the Civil War, by M. Kantor.--Alias Kent; by Hogarth, Jr., by R. Kent.--Breaking into print, by S. Lewis.--Getting into print, by W. McFee.--On breaking into type, by H. L. Mencken.--The eighth sin, by C. Morley.--The first seven years, by E. A. Robinson.--Notes for an autobiography, by C. V. Vechten.--My first published book, by H. Walpole.--The writing of Ethan Frome, by E. Wharton.
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