The Pioneer (Literary Magazine)

  • American


A Literary and Critical Magazine

The Pioneer was a short-lived Boston magazine edited by proprietors James Russell Lowell and Robert Carter. James Lowell created the periodical to furnish the intelligent and reflecting portion of the Reading Public with a rational substitute for the enormous quantity of thrice-diluted trash, in the shape of namby-pamby love tales and sketches, which is monthly poured out to them by many of our popular Magazines. Having offices at 67 Washington St in Boston (now One Boston Place, razed), The Pioneer failed after publishing three issues. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Person From To
Editor James Russell Lowell 1843 1843

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1843/01/00 "The Tell-Tale Heart" is published in the inaugural issue of The Pioneer, a short-lived Boston magazine edited by James R Lowell. Publisher The Tell-Tale Heart
1843/03/00 "The Birth-Mark" by Nathaniel Hawthorne is published in the last issue of The Pioneer, 1843, Volume 1, Issue 3. Publisher The Birthmark (Short Story)
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