The Dublin Magazine

The Dublin Magazine was an Irish literary journal founded and edited by the poet Seamus O'Sullivan (real name James Sullivan Starkey) and published by New Square Publications, Dublin, Éire.

It ran from August 1923 to August 1925 as a monthly and then from January 1926 to June 1958 as a quarterly, ceasing publication on O'Sullivan's death. The cover for the first issue was designed by the artist Harry Clarke. The magazine featured fiction, poetry, drama and reviews and contributors included more or less every significant Irish writer of the period, including Samuel Beckett, Austin Clarke, Padriac Fallon, Padraic Colum and Patrick Kavanagh among others.

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* [http://www.pgil-eirdata.org/html/pgil_datasets/journals/d/DMagazine/journal.htm "The Dublin Magazine" at the Princess Grace Irish Library]


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