The Editor, "the journal of information for literary workers", was an American bulletin reporting on markets for writers, published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Editor began in 1895. It appears to have continued into the 1930s, but does not appear to be published today. No issue copyright renewals exist for this periodical.
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