Pen Name: None
Born: 1887 in Barry, Illinois
Died: July 23, 1969 in Bethesda, Maryland
Dell worked for the Chicago Evening Post from 1910 through 1914.
Biographical and Professional Information
Floyd Dell was a life long poet and author of a hit Broadway play, Little Accident (1928). In 1908 Dell moved on to Chicago where he became editor of the Friday Literary Review and a leader of the Chicago Renaissance. He continued to publish both fiction and non-fiction for his entire life.
- Moon-Calf, Knopf, 1920
- Janet March, Knopf, 1923
- Runaway, Doran Press, 1925
- An Old Man`s Folly, A Novel, Doran Press, 1926
- Intellectual Vagabondage, Doran Press, 1926
- Unmarried Father, Doran Press, 1927
- Upton Sinclair, Doran Press, 1927
- Love in the Machine Age, Telegraph Books, 1930
- Homecoming, An Autobiography, Henry Holt & Company, 1933
- The Golden Spike, Farrar & Rinehart, 1934
Titles at Your Library
Moon Calf A Novel
Release Date: 2007-07-25
Release Date: 1927
Release Date: 1990-08-01
Love in the Machine Age: A Psychological Study of the Transition from Patriarchal Society
Release Date: 1973
Homecoming; An Autobiography.
Release Date: 1969-06
The Golden Spike
Release Date: 1934
- Chicago Literary Hall of Fame, 2015
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