Aleister Crowley in Vanity Fair

Bernard Shaw on Self Effacement
By Another Irishman
Vanity Fair, June 1915, Vol. 4 No. 4, p 37 & 88

(This apparent interview with George Bernard Shaw may or may not be an article by Aleister Crowley, under a pseudonym. But, it’s here because it seems like it could be.)

Aleister Crowley: Mystic and Mountain Climber
By Arthur Loring Bruce
Vanity Fair, June 1915, Vol. 4 No. 4, p 43

Vampire Women
Eight Pen Portraits, from Life
(Hokku by Aleister Crowley as Kwaw Li Ya)
Vanity Fair, July, 1915, Vol. 4 No. 5, p 33

The Hokku—a New Verse Form
By Aleister Crowley as Kwaw Li Ya
Vanity Fair, August, 1915, Vol. 4 No. 6, p 46

A Hindu at the Polo Grounds
By Aleister Crowley as Mahatma Sri Paramanda Guru Swamiji
Vanity Fair, August, 1915, Vol. 4 No. 6, p 63

Colloque Sentimental
Translated by Aleister Crowley, from the French of Paul Verlaine
Drawing by Sydney Joseph
Vanity Fair, September 1915, Vol. 5 No. 1, p 66

With Muted Strings
Translated by Aleister Crowley, from the French of Paul Verlaine
Drawing by Sydney Joseph
Vanity Fair, October 1915, Vol. 5 No. 2, p 46

The Prize Winners of the Hokku Contest
Their Poetry and an Analysis of It by the Eminent Chinese Poet Kwaw Li Ya (Aleister Crowley)
Vanity Fair, October, 1915, Vol. 5 No. 2, p 70

Three Little Prose Poems
By Charles Baudelaire
(Translated by Aleister Crowley, from the French)
Vanity Fair, November 1915, Vol. 5 No. 3, p 59

The Hokku Winners
A Few Comments by the Judge of the Contest
By Kwaw Li Ya (Aleister Crowley)
Vanity Fair, December, 1915, Vol. 5 No. 4, p 47

Six Little Poems in Prose
By Charles Baudelaire
Translated by Aleister Crowley
Vanity Fair, December 1915, Vol. 5 No. 4, p 51

The Nonsense About Vers Libre
Why not a little Free Prose, for a change?
By Aleister Crowley
Vanity Fair, December 1915, Vol. 5 No. 4, p 65

Three Great Hoaxes of the War
Blessed Are They That Have Not Seen and Yet Have Believed
By Aleister Crowley
Vanity Fair, January, 1916, p 37,118

Anna of Havana
By Aleister Crowley
With Drawings by Reginald Birch
Vanity Fair, January, 1916, p 43

To a Brunette
Addressed to His Beloved, after a short absence
By Aleister Crowley
Sketches by Reginald Birch
Vanity Fair, February, 1916, p 63

Ratan Devi: Indian Singer
By Sri Paramahansa Tat (Aleister Crowley)
Vanity Fair, May, 1916, p 79

On the Management of Blondes
Prolegomena to Any System of Philosophy Devoted to Their Treatment and Care
By Dionysus Carr (Aleister Crowley), Professor of Eugenics in the University of Tübingen
Vanity Fair, May, 1916, p 85

The Origin of the Game of Pirate Bridge
By Aleister Crowley
Vanity Fair, January 1917, p 56

What’s Wrong with the Movies?
The Industry Seems to Be in a Critical Condition,—and Perhaps It Deserves to Be
By Aleister Crowley
Vanity Fair, July 1917, p 55, 88