The names of diarists appearing under the periodicals listed below are given only for significant diary texts not published elsewhere. Full entries for these diaries will be found in the main bibliography.
The British Diarist
A quarterly magazine "noting, reviewing, writing articles about and selling books by diarists who were born in the British Isles, including Ireland". Ticehurst, East Sussex. Editor: Paul B.Minet.
Volume I, Issue 1: May 2003.
HARCOURT, Lewis -
Volume I, Issue 2: August 2003.
FOXELL, Maurice -
HAILSTONE, John -
PRING, John -
TURNOR, Dora -
Volume I, Issue 3: November 2003:
Wheatley, Dennis Yates -
Volume I, Issue 4:
Volume II, Issue 5:
Volume II, Issue 6:
Volume II, Issue 7:
Volume II, Issue 8: March 2005.
The magazine ceased publication with Issue 8. The two volumes were also published in bound sets with annual indexes, which were also available separately.
The Diarist's Journal (1988 to 1999)
A newspaper of which more than fifty issues appeared in the U.S.A., edited by E.Gildea, and later by J.Peebles, format and content presently unknown.
The Diarist's Journal (2002 to 2004)
A four monthly magazine for readers and writers of diaries and journals, issues are themed. Middlefield, Connecticut. Editor Hollie Rose. The editor's introduction to each issue takes the form of entries from her diary.
ROSE, Hollie -
Issue 1: October 2002. Theme: September 2001.
The main content is a selection of diary entries from many ordinary Americans covering the days before the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the attacks, and the aftermath. Some of these diaries are of considerable interest irrespective of the events recorded but only one diarist is noted in the main bibliography:
CUMMINGS, James -
Issue 2: February 2003. Theme: Personal views of the diary form.
HAGAR, Paula -
PHELAN, Sarah -
Issue 3: October 2003. Theme: Fictional diaries and diaries written for publication.
SHUMICKY, Lisa -
Note: This issue contains, inter alia, an interesting report of the conviction and imprisonment of one Brian Dalton for recording in his diary the imaginary kidnap and torture of three make-
Issue 4: March 2004. Theme: European travel.
AZRAEL, Judith -
BAKER, Andy -
BUNKERS, Susanne -
JOHNSON, Jessica Leigh -
LISKER, Roy -
ROSE, Hollie -
WATT, Andrew -
TIERNEY, Pattie -
The magazine ceased publication with Issue 4.