American Mass-Market Magazines

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11.
Muriel G. Cantor and Elizabeth Jones, "Creating Fiction for Women," Communication Research, January 1983, p. 124. Since stories in True Story are published anonymously, True Story editors furnished the names of the writers surveyed.
13.
Harland Manchester, "True Stories," Scribner's, August 1938, p. 26.
14.
Peterson, p. 299.
15.
How to Get People Excited ( New York: True Story Magazine, 1937), pp. 6-8.
16.
"Minus Macfadden," Newsweek, 2 September 1946, p. 55.
17.
Peterson, p. 296.
18.
The Fifth Dimension ( New York: Macfadden Publications, 1948) and many other market research reports from the publisher.
19.
Peterson, p. 302.
20.
Lee Rainwater, Richard P. Coleman, and Gerald Handel, Workingman's Wife: Her Personality, World and Life Style ( New York: Oceana, 1959), p. 128.
21.
Cantor and Jones, p. 120.
22.
Bob Donath, "Macfadden Sale to Callahan Aids Bartell's Financial Revamp," Advertising Age, 21 April 1975, p. 22.
23.
"Hayes B. Jacob's New York Market Letter" in Writer's Digest aired several complaints from writers who had not been paid for stories published in Macfadden confession magazines throughout 1975.
24.
"Hayes B. Jacob's New York Market Letter," Writer's Digest, September 1975, p. 26.
25.
Bernice Kanner, "Fan, Romance Books Face Sagging Numbers," Advertising Age, 9 April 1979, p. 64.
26.
Ibid.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Cantor, Muriel G., and Elizabeth Jones. "Creating Fiction for Women." Communication Research, January 1983, pp. 111-37.

Donath, Bob. "Macfadden Sale to Callahan Aids Bartell's Financial Revamp." Advertising Age, 21 April 1975, p. 22.

Eberle, Irmengarde. "The New Confessional." New Republic, 4 June 1930, pp. 68-70.

The Fifth Dimension. New York: Macfadden Publications, 1948.

History and Magazines. New York: True Story Magazine, 1941.

How to Get People Excited. New York: True Story, 1937.

Kanner, Bernice. "Fan, Romance Books Face Sagging Numbers." Advertising Age, 9 April 1979, pp. 22, 64.

MacMullen, Margaret. "Pulps and Confessions." Harper's, June 1937, pp. 94-102.

Manchester, Harland. "True Stories." Scribner's, August 1938, pp. 26-29, 60.

"Minus Macfadden." Newsweek, 2 September 1946, pp. 55-56.

Oursler, Fulton. The True Story of Bernarr Macfadden. New York: Lewis Copeland, 1929.

Peterson, Theodore. Magazines in the Twentieth Century. 2nd ed. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964.

Rainwater, Lee, Richard P. Coleman, and Gerald Handel. Workingman's Wife: Her Personality, World and Life Style. New York: Oceana, 1959.

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