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



  • June Jeopardy, 1908
  • Phoebe and Ernest, 1910 – illustrated by R. F. Schabelitz
  • 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
  • Phoebe, Ernest, and Cupid, 1912 – illustrated by R. F. Schabelitz
  • Angel Island, 1914 PG
  • The Ollivant Orphans, 1915
  • The Lady of Kingdoms, 1917
  • The Happy Years, 1919
  • Out of the Air, 1921 PG
  • The Lost Diana (novella), Everybody's Magazine, June 1923

The Maida booksEdit

  • Maida's Little Shop, 1909 PG
  • Maida's Little House, 1921

Short storiesEdit

  • "A Doorstep Introduction", Pearson's Magazine, Nov1904
  • "The Eternal Challenge", Everybody's Magazine, Jan 1912
  • "The Father of His Son", Everybody's Magazine, Jul 1904
  • "The Homeliest Child", Harper's Magazine, Dec 1911
  • "Ladies", The Century, 1916
  • "The Last Cartridge", McCall's, Oct 1922
  • "Love Me, Love My Dog", Pearson's Magazine, Nov 1904
  • "The Matchbreakers", Hampton's Broadway Magazine, Nov 1908
  • "Phoebe and the Heart of Toil," American Magazine, 1909
  • "Puppy Love", American Magazine, Oct 1909
  • "With Pitfall and With Gin", Pictorial Review, Feb 1912
  • "The Sixth Canvasser", The Century, Jan1916
  • "The Start", Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1904
  • "The Woman Across the Street", Ladies' Home Journal, Sep 1916


  • The Californiacs, 1916 — travelPG
  • "The Marysville Strike" in Harper's, Apr 4, 1914
  • The Native Son, 1919 – travel PG
  • The Story of the Women's Party, 1921 (Published as Up Hill With Banners Flying, 1964)


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

The longest-living author of these works died in 1970, so these works are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 52 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.