"Apart from the remuneration is the joy of the work itself. It is the delight of a creator, the sober joy of power. You can hold your first magazine in your hand and turn its ink-moist pages with a touch as tender as a caress to a child. Out of mere floating ideas and sheets of scribbled paper you have caused this real and consistent shape. And more than that, the influence of your work will be felt by thousands, who will laugh over it, perhaps weep over it, and who will see through it the throbbing human heart that is the evidence of the brotherhood of man." — Helen Churchill Candee, in her book "How Women May Earn a Living" (1900).