The Dial, January 1923, Volume LXXIV, Number 1 [containing Seven Poems and Four Line Drawings by Cummings]. E. E. Cummings, Scofield Thayer, Gilbert Seldes, contrib., ed.
The Dial, January 1923, Volume LXXIV, Number 1 [containing Seven Poems and Four Line Drawings by Cummings]

The Dial, January 1923, Volume LXXIV, Number 1 [containing Seven Poems and Four Line Drawings by Cummings]

Very Good. Item #6829

Greenwich, Conn.: The Dial Publishing Company, Inc., 1923. First edition. Octavo (10" x 6"); 120 pp. Original pale pink printed wrappers. Black and white illustrations. Edges rubbed with one-inch closed tear on back cover. Binding sound. Pages clean and unmarked.

The Dial was the first periodical to publish E.E. Cummings, and did so consistently starting in 1920. Over the course of nine years, The Dial published 15 of his drawings, four of which are in this issue.

Other notable contributors in this issue include: W.B. Yeats, Sherwood Anderson, Thomas Mann, Ezra Pound, and Bertrand Russell.

[Tucker, Robert and Dagmar Reutlinger, E. E. Cummings as an Artist: The Dial Drawings, The Massachusetts Review, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Spring, 1975), pp. 329-356].

Price: $60.00