Author:Inez Haynes Irwin

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Inez Haynes Irwin

Pen name: Inez Haynes Gillmore. American feminist author, journalist, member of the National Women's Party, and president of the Authors Guild. She was married to the reporter-author Will Irwin. Her fictional output is best remembered for her feminist literature and her 15-book "Maida" series of children's books.

Inez Haynes Irwin



  • "May Eve; or, What You Must" (1906, Smith's Magazine) (3-part serial)
  • June Jeopardy (1908)
  • Phoebe and Ernest (1910) Illustrated by R. F. Schabelitz hathitrust
    • The Lost Children · (1908) — Phoebe and the Heart of Toil · (1909) — Ernest and the First Arrow · (1909, as "Puppy Love") — Phoebe and her Other Self — Ernest and the Latch-Key Question — Phoebe and the Household Gods — Ernest and the Case of Old Mudguards — Phoebe among the Thespians — Ernest and the Social Game — The Codes · (1910; as "The Codes of Phoebe and Ernest") — Phoebe Makes the Grand Tour — Epilogue
  • Janey: being the record of a short interval in the journey through life and the struggle with society of a little girl of nine (1911)
    • Janey Enters the Social Game · (1910; as "Janey and the Social Revolution) — Janey Repudiates Matrimony · (1910; as "A Renegade Mother") — Janey Snares the Stork · (1910; as "Janey and the Stork") — Janey Takes Her Pen in Hand · (1910) — Janey Tracks Cupid · (1911; as "Janey and the Little Blind God") — Janey Peers Behind the Veil · (1911) — Janey Interprets the Great Bard · (1911; as "Janey Takes a Thinking Part") — Janey Dabbles in High Finance · (1911) — Janey Gazes in Her Mirror · (1911; as "Janey Discovers the Great Illusion")
  • Phoebe, Ernest, and Cupid (1912) Illustrated by R. F. Schabelitz
    • Ernest and the Law of Order — Phoebe and the Little Blind God — Phoebe Among the Bohemians — Ernest Lays down His Arms — Phoebe Closes with Cupid — The Discoveries — The House Book — I, Phoebe, Take Thee, Toland — Ernest and the Conspirators — Phoebe and the Most Important Bird — Till He Gets Him a Wife — The Found Children
  • Angel Island (1914) Project Gutenberg
  • The Ollivant Orphans (1915)
  • The Lady of Kingdoms (1917)
  • The Happy Years (1919)
  • Out of the Air (1921) Project Gutenberg
  • The Lost Diana (novella), Everybody's Magazine (1923)

The Maida books[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Phoebe and Ernest
Phoebe, Ernest, and Cupid
Other stories


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1929.

This author died in 1970, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 53 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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