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Kathleen Tankersley Young Biography
Kathleen Tankersley Young is a famous American poet and editor of the 1920s and 1930s, who was born on , 1903 in . According to Astrologers, Kathleen Tankersley Young's zodiac sign is .
Kathleen Tankersley Young (1903–1933) was an American author, poet, and editor active in publishing during the late 1920s and early 1930s. Although her work has received relatively little attention from scholars and publishers since her death, she published her poetry widely in the poetry magazines of her day and corresponded with a wide circle of literary friends, acquaintances, and collaborators. The literary scholar Eric White has written of Young: "Almost forgotten by literary history, Kathleen Tankersley Young's name appears like a cipher through little magazines of the late 1920s and early 1930s, and in anthologies of Harlem Renaissance and American women's poetry."
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In 1929, Young served as an editor for Blues: A Magazine of New Rhythms along with her co-editors Charles Henri Ford and Parker Tyler. While only lasting a year, it published work by such contributors as Kay Boyle, Erskine Caldwell, Harry Crosby, E. E. Cummings, Oliver Jenkins, Ezra Pound, Laura Riding, Herman Spector, Gertrude Stein, Laurence Vail, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. The magazine was not financially sustainable, and was mostly funded by Lew Ney. There were only ten issues published. The first six magazines came out monthly while the last three were quarterly and final 10th issue sixty years later. With both a liberal and radical aesthetic orientation, Blues mainly published poems, short stories, other prose, and occasionally literary criticism.
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When Blues ended, Young created Modern Editions Press, a new journal under her own imprint and published by Eric Naul. Two pamphlet series were published in 1932 and 1933. These included poems, short stories, and a statement by contributors Dudley Fitts, John Kemmerer, Kay Boyle, Kathleen Tankersley Young herself, Raymond Ellsworth Larsson and Albert Halper. Each piece of work was paired with an original print by a contemporary American artist. The second series comprised eight pamphlets with works by Lincoln Kirstein, Horace Gregory, Raymond Ellsworth Larsson, Kathleen Tankersley Young, Paul Bowles, Laurence Vail, Carl Rakosi, and Bob Brown.
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Young visited Mexico in 1933, and died there unexpectedly. After her death the Modern Press Editions came to an end.
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"Selected Letters." Ed. Lew Ney and Ruth Widen. The Latin Quarter-ly, issue 1. September, 1933.
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