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'''The Inspiration''' is a literary publication for the United Amateur Press Association.  
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'''The Inspiration''' was a literary publication edited by Edna von der Heide for the United Amateur Press Association.  
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''The Inspiration'' was edited by Edna von der Heide  in New York,  U.S.A. [[H. P. Lovecraft]] ([[The United Co-Operative]]) was the Associate Editor for the April 1917 issue. It was printed in Lincoln, Massachusetts by Albert A Sandusky of the Lincoln Press.
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''The Inspiration'' was published in New York,  U.S.A. [[H. P. Lovecraft]] ([[The United Co-Operative]]) was the Associate Editor for the April 1917 issue. It was printed in Lincoln, Massachusetts, by Albert A Sandusky of the Lincoln Press.
Contributors included Pinkney C. Grissom, William T. Harrington, Walter John Held, Rheinhart Kleiner, Henry Clapham McGavack, and Olive G. Owen.  
Contributors included Pinkney C. Grissom, William T. Harrington, Walter John Held, Rheinhart Kleiner, Henry Clapham McGavack, and Olive G. Owen.  
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After working together on ''The Inspiration'' and in the United Amateur Press Association Van der Heide and Lovecraft remained correspondents until his death.  
After working together on ''The Inspiration'' and in the United Amateur Press Association Van der Heide and Lovecraft remained correspondents until his death.  
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Edna von der Heide, also known as Edna Hyde McDonald, published a number of other amateur press titles, including ''The Fossil'', ''Bellette'', ''Odium'', and many others. As well, she was a contributor to other amateur press publications such [[The Vagrant]], and [[The Wolverine]].  
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Edna von der Heide, also known as Edna Hyde McDonald, published a number of other amateur press titles, including ''The Fossil'', ''Bellette'', ''Odium'', and many others. As well, she co-published ''The Convention Mirror'' with Hazel Pratt Adams ([[The Brooklynite]]), Vera Dollman Gonder and Lucie Schneider in September 1923. She was also a contributor to other amateur press publications such as [[The Brooklynite]],  [[The Vagrant]], and [[The Wolverine]].  
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The Inspiration April 1917
The Inspiration
April 1917

The Inspiration was a literary publication edited by Edna von der Heide for the United Amateur Press Association.

The Inspiration was published in New York, U.S.A. H. P. Lovecraft (The United Co-Operative) was the Associate Editor for the April 1917 issue. It was printed in Lincoln, Massachusetts, by Albert A Sandusky of the Lincoln Press.

Contributors included Pinkney C. Grissom, William T. Harrington, Walter John Held, Rheinhart Kleiner, Henry Clapham McGavack, and Olive G. Owen.

The April 1917 issue included the first printing of the poem Brittania Victura by Lovecraft.

After working together on The Inspiration and in the United Amateur Press Association Van der Heide and Lovecraft remained correspondents until his death.

Edna von der Heide, also known as Edna Hyde McDonald, published a number of other amateur press titles, including The Fossil, Bellette, Odium, and many others. As well, she co-published The Convention Mirror with Hazel Pratt Adams (The Brooklynite), Vera Dollman Gonder and Lucie Schneider in September 1923. She was also a contributor to other amateur press publications such as The Brooklynite, The Vagrant, and The Wolverine.

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