Author:Henry Mills Alden
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|←Author Index: Al||Henry Mills Alden
|American journalist; editor of Harper's Monthly Magazine for fifty years—from 1869 until 1919|
- God in His World (1890), published anonymously.
- A Study of Death (1895) (external scan)
- Magazine Writing and the New Literature (1908)
- "By Henry Mills Alden, forty years editor of Harper's Magazine. From the outlook of a half-century of close association with literature, Mr. Alden has been singularly able to discern the forces that have been at work during that period, and to bring them forward with a rare personal touch. That part of the book which relates to magazine writing is really an account of the important influence of periodicals upon general literature. 8vo. Cloth ... Net, $2.00"(from an Atlantic Monthly Advertiser (Atlantic Monthly, December 1908))
- "The Other Side of Mortality" in In After Days: Thoughts on the Future Life (1910)
- The Ancient "Lady of Sorrow" in Harper's New Monthly Magazine (Jan 1871)
Harper's Novelettes, with William Dean Howells:
- Different Girls (1906)
- The Heart of Childhood (1906)
- Quaint Courtships (1906)
- Their Husband's Wives (1906)
- Under the Sunset (1906)
- Life at High Tide (1907)
- Shapes that Haunt the Dusk (1907)
- Southern Lights and Shadows (1907)
Works about Alden
- To Henry Mills Alden, a poem by Florence Earle Coates.
- 70° North, a poem by Edmund Clarence Stedman.