Periodicals With Items By/About Joyce

Webmaster's Note

The March, April, May, and June 1918 issues of Little Review had numbering errors. They should have been numbered vol. IV no. 11, vol. IV no. 12, vol. V no. 1, and vol. V no. 2, respectively. Instead the first two were numbered vol. V, and the last two were numbered vol. VI. The numbering was corrected in the July 1918 issue, which was numbered vol V no 3. In The Personal Library of James Joyce Thomas Connolly reported the numberings as they appeared in the issues. Below I have indicated the incorrect numberings with strikethrough text (using the <del> tag), while the corrected numberings are underlined (using the <ins> tag). My source for the corrections is here.

  1. The Adelphi. IV.10 (Apr. 1927).
    Anonymous praise for Wyndham Lewis's treatment of Ulysses in The Enemy, p. 609.
  2. Afsana. I.1 (Apr. 1933).
    James Joyce, "The Boarding House" [in Urdu], pp. 13+.
  3. The Author Playwright and Composer. XLIV.3 (Spring 1934).
    E. M. Forster, "The Censor Again?", pp. 78-79.
  4. The Author Playwright and Composer. XLIV.4 (Summer 1934).
    "Literature and Pornography", pp. 110-111.
    John Pollock, "Ulysses and the Censorship", pp. 115-117.
    Margaret M. Brash, "The Censor Again?", p. 131.
    [Three letters to the editor.]
  5. The Author Playwright and Composer. XLV.1 (Autumn 1934).
    E. O. Carolin de Robeck, "The Censor Again?", p. 21.
    Patrick Carleton, "The Censor Again?", p. 21.
    Charles Gower, "The Censor Again?", pp. 21-22.
    [Three letters in response to E. M. Forster's letter in item 321.]
    Beatrice Marshall, "The Nazi Purging of Literature", p. 22.
  6. The Author Playwright and Composer. XLV.4 (Summer 1935).
    L. A. G. Strong, "The Novel: Assurances and Perplexities", pp. 112-115.
  7. Bifur. 3 (Sept. 1929).
    James Joyce, "Poëmes d'api", trans. Auguste Morel, pp. 27-32.
  8. The Bookman. LXXXV.506 (Nov. 1933).
    Francis Watson, "A Portrait of the Artist in Maturity", pp. 102-103.
  9. The Bookseller. 1614 (Nov. 4 1936).
    [Announcement of first English ed. of Ulysses], p. 540.
  10. The Bookseller and Print Dealers Weekly. III.140 (May 30 1929).
    "Prohibitions", pp.631-33.
  11. Broom. III.2 (Sept. 1922).
    Matthew Josephson, "1001 Nights in a Bar-Room, or the Irish Odysseus", pp. 146-150.
  12. The Calendar. III.4 (Jan. 1927).
    Bertram Higgins, Notes and Reviews", pp. 240-42.
  13. Il Convegno. I.3 (Apr. 1920).
    James Joyce, "Esuli" [first act of Exiles], trans. C[arlo] L[inati], pp. 27-52.
  14. Il Convegno. I.5 (June 1920).
    James Joyce, "Esuli" [third act of Exiles], trans. Carlo Linati, pp. 22-37.
    Two copies of this issue.
  15. Il Convegno. VII.11-12 (Nov. 25-Dec. 25 1926).
    James Joyce, "Prime versioni Italiene dall 'Ulysses'", trans. Carlo Linati, pp. 813-828.
    James Joyce, [facsimile of letter to Carlo Linati dated Nov. 19 1919].
  16. Il Convegno. X.5 (May 23 1929).
    James Joyce, "Un caso pictoso", trans. Nina Ruffini, pp. 258-67.
  17. The Criterion. XII.47 (Jan. 1933).
    James Joyce, "Ecce Puer", p. 184.
  18. Critique. IV.26 (July 1948).
    Eugene Jolas, "Elucidation du monomythe de James Joyce: l'explication de 'Finnegans Wake'" [review of A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake by Campbell and Robinson], pp.579-95.
  19. The Dial. LXV.773 (Sept. 19 1918).
    Scofield Thayer, "James Joyce", pp. 201-03.
  20. The Dial. LXXII.6 (June 1922).
    John Eglinton, "Dublin Letter", pp. 619-22.
    Stewart Davis, [pen and ink sketch of Joyce].
    Ezra Pound, "Paris Letter", pp. 623-29.
    "Comment", pp. 662-63.
  21. The Dial. LXXV.1 (July 1923).
    David Garnett, "Jacob's Room" [review of Jacob's Room in which Garnett discusses Ulysses], pp. 83-86.
  22. The Dial. LXXVII.5 (Nov. 1924).
    Edmund Wilson, "An Introduction to Joyce" [review of Gorman's James Joyce: His First Forty Years], pp. 430-35.
    Two copies of this issue.
  23. The Dial. LXXXVI.5 (May 1929).
    John Eglington, "Irish Letter", pp. 417-20.
  24. The Dublin Magazine. VI.2 (New Series) (Apr.-June 1931).
    "Book Reviews" [review of Gilbert's James Joyce's Ulysses], pp. 64-65.
  25. The Dublin Magazine. VI.3 (July-Sept. 1931).
    Padraic Colum, "From a Work in Progress", pp. 33-37.
  26. The Dublin Magazine. VII.2 (New Series) (Apr.-June 1931).
    Padraic Colum, "Portrait of James Joyce", pp. 40-48.
  27. The Dublin Magazine. IX.1 (New Series) (Jan.-Mar. 1934).
    Alec Brown, "Joyce's Ulysses and the Novel", pp. 41-50.
  28. Edart. IX (Feb. 1933).
    Harald Theile, "credo des Ausgestossenheit zu James Joyces 'Ulysses'", pp. 70-78.
  29. The Egoist. V.2 (Feb. 1918).
    Diego Angeli, "Extract from 'Il Marzocco' Florence, August 12, 1917" [English trans. of Italian article on A Portrait of the Artist], p. 10.
  30. Europäische Revue. VII (Sept. 1932).
    C. G. Jung, "Ulysses: ein Monolog", pp. 547-68.
  31. Europe. XII.49 (Jan. 15 1927).
    "[Note] pour l'Ulysses de James Joyce", p. 128.
  32. XVe Congrès international de la fédération P. E. N.. 20-27 (June 1937).
    "Communication de M. James Joyce sur le droit moral des écrivains", p. 14.
  33. Le Foyer Universitaire. II.5 (May 1931).
    Henri Fluchere, "Ulysse", pp. 1-6.
  34. The Freeman. V.123 (July 19 1922).
    Mary M. Colum, "The Confessions of James Joyce" [review of Ulysses], pp.450-52.
  35. La Gazette des Amis des Livres. III.10 2nd series (May 1940).
    Adrienne Monnier, "L'Ulysse de Joyce dt le public français", pp. 50-64.
  36. Harpers Magazine. 977 (Oct. 1931).
    Max Eastman, "Poets Talking to Themselves", pp. 563-74.
  37. Helix 9. (Apr. 1930).
    Lluis Montanya, "Primeres notes sobre 'Ulysse'", pp. 2-3.
    James Joyce, "Ulysses" [excerpts], trans. M. R., pp. 4-5.
  38. The Humanist. IV.4 (Apr. 1927).
    "'Ulysses' Protest", p. 173.
  39. Inventario. II.1 (Primavera 1949).
    "Carteggio inedito Italo Svevo–James Joyce con 'un introduzione di Harry Levin", pp. 106-38 [English and Italian in parallel columns].
  40. The Irish Statesman. VII.26 (Mar. 5 1927).
    "Notes and Comments", pp. 611-14.
  41. Letteratura. XIX (Sept. 1941).
    Stanislaus Joyce, "Ricordi di James Joyce", pp. 25-47 [offprint].
  42. The Listener. XXI.339 (May 11 1939).
    Edwin Muir, "James Joyce's New Novel" [review of Finnegans Wake], p. 1013.
  43. The Little Review. V.11 IV.11 (Mar. 1918)
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode I", pp. 3-22.
  44. The Little Review. V.12 IV.12 (Apr. 1918).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode II", pp. 32-45.
  45. The Little Review. VI.1 V.1 (May 1918).
    James Joyce, Ulysses, Episode III", pp. 31-45.
  46. The Little Review. VI.2 V.2 (June 1918).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode IV", pp. 39-52.
    S. S. B., "What Joyce Is Up Against" [letter], p. 54.
    J. H., [answer to above letter by staff member Jane Heap], p. 34.
    R. McM., "James Joyce" [letter], pp. 55-56.
    J.H., [answer to above letter], p. 56.
  47. The Little Review. V.3 (July 1918).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode V", pp. 37-49.
    Frank Stuhlman, [letter], p. 64.
  48. The Little Review. V.5 (Sept. 1918).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode VI", pp. 15-37.
    Marsden Hartley, [letter], pp. 59-62.
  49. The Little Review. V.6 (Oct. 1918).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode VII", pp. 26-51.
  50. The Little Review. V.9 (Jan. 1919).
    John Rodker, Israel Solon, Samuel A. Tannenbaum and J. H., "'Exiles', A Discussion of James Joyce's Plays", pp. 20-27.
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode VIII", pp. 27-50.
    Orrick Johns, [letter], p. 63.
  51. The Little Review. V.10-11 (Feb.-Mar. 1919).
    A. C. Barnes, "On Joyce's 'Exiles'", pp. 44 & 49.
    J. H., [answer], p. 49.
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode VIII (continued)", pp. 58-62.
  52. The Little Review. V.11 (Apr. 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode IX", pp.30-43.
    Margaret Anderson, "Notes on Music and the Theatre (and the Critics)", pp. 55-60.
  53. The Little Review. VI.1 (May 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode IX", pp. 17-35.
  54. The Little Review. VI.2 (June 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode X", pp. 34-35.
  55. The Little Review. VI.3 (July 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode X", pp. 28-47.
  56. The Little Review. VI.4 (Aug. 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XI", pp. 41-64.
  57. The Little Review. VI.5 (Sept. 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XI (continued)",pp. 46-55.
  58. The Little Review. VI.7 (Nov. 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XII", pp. 38-54.
  59. The Little Review. VI.8 (Dec. 1919).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XII (continued)", pp. 65-67.
    "To the Book Publishers of America", pp. 65-67.
  60. The Little Review. VI.9 (Jan. 1920).
    Israel Solon, "The December Number", pp. 29-34.
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XII (continued)", pp. 53-61.
  61. The Little Review. VI.10 (Mar. 1920).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XII (continued)", pp. 54-60.
    Anonymous [letter], pp. 60-61.
    M. C. A., [response to above letter], pp. 62-63.
    Israel Solon, [letter], pp. 62-63.
    J. H., [response to above letter], p. 63.
  62. The Little Review. VI.11 (Apr. 1920).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XIII", pp. 43-50.
    F. E. R., "Obscenity", p. 61.
  63. The Little Review. VII.1 (May-June 1920).
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XIII (continued)", pp. 61-72.
    "Ulysses" [letter], p. 72
    J. H. [Answer to above letter], p. 72.
  64. The Little Review. VII.2 (July-Aug. 1920).
    J. H., [response in a brief note titled "Note from an article by May Sinclair in the 'English Review'"], p. 37.
    James Joyce, "Ulysses, Episode XIII (continued), pp. 42-58.
  65. The Little Review. VII.3 (Sept.-Dec. 1920).
    J. H., "Art and the Law", pp. 5-7.
    Margaret Anderson, "An Obvious Statement (for the millionth time)", pp. 8-16.
    James Joyce, Ulysses, Episode XIV", 81-92.
    "The World Moves (from the London Times)", pp. 93-94.
  66. The Little Review. X.1 (Autumn-Winter 1924-25).
    J. L., "Comment–James Joyce", p. 17.
    "Question" [letter about publication of Ulysses], p.61.
  67. The London Mercury and the Bookman. XXXII.188 (June 1935).
    Augustus E. John, [chalk drawing of Joyce].
  68. Manuscripts. I.1 (Oct. 1929).
    Peter Monro Jack, "Some Contemporaries: James Joyce, Part One", pp. 24-27.
  69. Manuscripts. I.2 (Nov. 1929).
    Peter Monro Jack, "Some Contemporaries: James Joyce, Part Two", pp. 102-108.
  70. Measures. I.1 (Jan. 15 1936).
    James Joyce, "De honi-soit à mal-y-chance", trans. Armand Pettijean, pp. 91-99.
  71. Le Mois, synthèse de l'activité mondiale. 26 (Feb.-Mar. 1933).
    M. James Joyce et son 'ouvrage en train'", pp. 185-90.
  72. The Nation. CXV.2982 (Aug. 30 1922).
    Gilbert Seldes, "Ulysses", pp. 211-12 [review].
  73. The Nation. CXXI.3143 (Oct. 14 1925).
    Edwin Muir, "James Joyce", pp. 421-23.
  74. The Nation. CLII.3 (Feb. 1 1941).
    Ivan Goll, "Elegy for James Joyce", p. 133.
  75. Le Navire d'Argent. I.5 (Oct. 1923).
    James Joyce, "From a Work in Progress", pp. 61-74.
  76. Neue Deutsche Blätter. I.12 (Sept. 1934).
    Wieland Herzfelde, "Geist und Macht", pp. 713-52.
  77. The New Republic. XXXI.396 (July 5 1922).
    Edmund Wilson, "Ulysses", pp. 164-66 [review].
  78. The New Republic. LXI.785 (Dec. 18 1929).
    Edmund Wilson, "James Joyce", pp. 84-93.
  79. The New Republic. LXXIII.939 (Nov. 30 1932).
    James Joyce, "Ecce Puer", p. 70.
  80. The New Statesman and Nation. XII.294 (New Series) (Oct. 10 1036).
    G. W. Stonier, "Leviathan" [review of Ulysses], pp. 551-52.
  81. The New Statesman and Nation. XII.295 (New Series) (Oct. 17 1936).
    [Announcement of first publication in England of Ulysses], p. 597.
  82. The New Statesman and Nation. XIII.320 (New Series) (Apr. 10 1937).
    Desmond Shawe-Taylor, "The Amazing Dr. Gogarty" [review of As I Was Going Down Sackville Street], p. 398.
  83. The New Witness. XX.508 (Aug. 4 1922).
    Cecil Maitland, "Mr. Joyce and the Catholic Tradition", pp. 70-71.
  84. La Nouvelle Revue Française. IX.103 (New Series) (Apr. 1 1922).
    Valery Larbaud, "James Joyce", pp. 385-409.
  85. La Nouvelle Revue. XII.136 (New Series) (Jan. 1 1923).
    Valery Larbaud, "A propos. de James Joyce et de 'Ulysses': Réponse à M. Ernest Boyd", pp. 5-17.
  86. [La Nouvelle Revue Française]. (1928).
    James Joyce, "Protée", trans. Auguste Morel and Stuart Gilbert, revised by Valery Larbaud [an offprint of an article which appeared in the journal].
  87. La Nouvelle Revue Française. XIX.212 (May 1931).
    Phillippe Soupault, "A propos. de la traduction d'Anna Livie Plurabelle", pp. 633-36.
    James Joyce, "Anna Livie Plurabelle", trans. Samuel Beckett et al. in collaboration with J. Joyce, pp. 637-46.
  88. Le Phare de Neuilly. [I].2 (n.d).
    James Joyce, "Ecce Puer", trans. Ivan Goll, pp. 24-25. [Contains a photograph of Joyce and his infant grandson together with a photograph-facsimile of the MS. of "ecce Puer".]
  89. Prospective. IV.2 (Feb. 15 1940).
    Ettore Settanni, "Nota su 'Finnegan's [sic] Wake, p. 12.
    James Joyce, "Anna Livia Plurabelle", trans. James Joyce and Ettore Settanni, pp. 13-15.
    Carlo Linati, "Ricordi su Joyce", p. 16.
  90. Prospective. IV.4 (Apr. 15 1940).
    James Joyce, [letter to Ettore Settanni dated Mar. 16 1940].
  91. Prospective. IV.11-12 (Dec. 15 1940).
    Alberto Moravia, "Omaggio a Joyce", pp. 12-13.
    Ettore Settanni, "I Fiumi Scorrono di James Joyce (Da 'Anna Livia Plurabella')", pp. 14-16.
    James Joyce, [letter to Carlo Linati dated Oct. 10 1920].
  92. Revue des Deux Mondes. XXVIII (3rd Series) (Aug. 1925).
    Louis Gillet, "Du côté de chez Joyce", pp. 686-97.
  93. La Revue de Paris. XXXIX.9 (May 1932).
    Desmond MacCarthy, "Le roman anglais d'apres-guerre (1919-1929)", pp. 129-52.
  94. La Revue de Paris. XLVI.17 (Sept. 1939).
    Georges Pelorson, "Finnegans Wake de James Joyce ou le livre de l'homme", pp. 227-35.
  95. La Revue Française. XXVIII.3 (Mar. 25 1933).
    Emeric Fischer, Le monologue intérieur dans l'Ulysse de James Joyce", pp. 445-53.
  96. Scottish Arts and Letters. 1 (1944).
    J. F. Hendry, "The Element of Myth in James Joyce", pp. 16-20.
  97. Solaria. IV.9-10 (Sept.-Oct. 1929).
    J. M. Synge, "La cavalcata al mare", trans. James Joyce and Nicolo Vidacovich, pp. 3-16.
  98. The Studio. CIV.473 (Aug. 1932).
    Augustus John, [pencil drawing of Joyce], p. 119.
  99. The Teacher's World. XXXIV.1146 (Mar. 10 1926).
    Bruce Beddow, "The Orange Box: A Miscellany, No. 15–on a Book by James Joyce", p. 1171.
  100. Theatre Arts Monthly. IX.4 (Apr. 1925).
    [Contains picture of Joyce titled "James Joyce, the Author of Exiles".]
  101. This Quarter. I.1 (Spring 1925).
    [Contains facsimile of typewritten letter from Joyce to Ernest Walsh dated Mar. 13 1923.]
  102. Time. XXXIII.19 (May 8 1939).
    "Night Thoughts", [review of Finnegans Wake], pp. 78-84.
  103. Time and Tide. XVI.22 (June 1 1935).
    "Joyce, Beach and Censorships", p. 807.
  104. Transition. 11 (Feb. 1928).
    James Joyce, "Work in Progress, Part II", pp. 7-18.
  105. [Transition].
    James Joyce, "Work in Progress Part 11 and 12" [this is an offprint from Transition, but it differs from and is much less correct that the pages of the magazine].
  106. Transition. 16-17 (June 1929).
    Stuart Gilbert, "Joyce Tesaurus Minusculus", pp. 15-24.
    Samuel Beckett, "Dante...Bruno...Vico...Joyce", pp. 242-53.
  107. Variétés. I.6 (Oct. 15 1928).
    [Caricature of Joyce titled "Chez Jui".]
  108. La Vie intellectuelle. XVI.5 (May 1948).
    Michel Butor, "Petite croisière préliminaire à une reconnaissance de l'archipel Joyce", pp. 104-35.