American humor magazines and comic periodicals
This first annotated guide devoted entirely to American humor magazines and periodicals provides a comprehensive survey of a genre that has both enriched and reflected American mores, popular culture, and literature for over two hundred years. It offers analytical essays, bibliographies, and historical information on nearly three hundred of the most important individual publications, as well as extensive listings of rare periodicals about which very little is presently known.
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by Bonnie F Sloane
College Humor Magazines by George A Test
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advertising almanacs American humor American Magazines appeared April Artemus Ward August bimonthly Book Boston burlesque Carpet-Bag cartoonists cartoons circulation college humor magazines columns Comedy contributors cover December dollars editor essays featured February fifteen cents format Frank gags George H. L. Mencken Harvard Lampoon History MAGAZINE TITLE History of American humorists III.A III.B illustrations INDEX SOURCES Information Sources BIBLIOGRAPHY ISSUE DATA James James Kirke Paulding January John jokes journal July June later Laugh Laugh Book Library listed literary LOCATION SOURCES magazine's March Mark Twain Mencken monthly Mott National Lampoon newspaper November Number October offered paper parody Philadelphia PLACE OF PUBLICATION poems political prose Publication History MAGAZINE PUBLISHER AND PLACE Publishing Company Puck Puck's quarterly readers REPRINT EDITIONS satire September sketches social stories TITLE AND TITLE TITLE CHANGES twenty-five cents Uncle Remus University Microfilms Vanity Fair VOLUME AND ISSUE Washington Irving weekly William writers York Yorker