Collier's was a popular American magazine of literature and journalism, published in the 19th and 20th centuries. It has recently been revived in the 21st.
Collier's began publication in 1888 as Collier's Once a Week, and was renamed Collier's Weekly in 1895. While the name was shortened to "Collier's" in the early 20th century, the magazine continued to be published weekly until the 1950s. The first issue to have an active renewed copyright was published in 1931, but numerous contributions to the magazine since before 1923 have renewed copyrights. Collier's magazine ceased publication in 1957, though the Collier's name continued to be used for other publications such as an encyclopedia. In February 2012, a new Collier's magazine published its first issue.
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