"writers for Mademoiselle"
Mademoiselle was an influential women's magazine first published in 1935, and later acquired by Conde Nast Publications. It was known for publishing short stories by well known authors such as Truman Capote, Joyce Carol Oates, William Faulkner, Tennessee Willian and Paul Theroux. Sylvia Plath was guest editor of the magazine during the summer of 1953. The experience provided the basis for her novel, The Bell Jar. The final issue of Mademoiselle was published in November 2001. Some employees and features moved over to Glamour.
Mademoiselle Magazine Cover 1936 - Credit: Mademoiselle Magazine