Dubuque Dial. Short-lived literary periodical of the 1930s. Edited by Karlton Kelm, an instructor of creative writing in Dubuque, the publication was sponsored by several Dubuque residents including Miss Less G. Bissell, associate editor; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ezekiel BISSELL, and Ruth Suckow. The magazine published stories written by Josephine Herbst, Meridel Le Seur, Raymond Kresensky, and Mildred Fowler. The last issue of the publication was produced in 1935.