Burton's Gentleman's Magazine

literary publication from Philadelphia, U.S., 1837–1840

Burton's Gentleman's Magazine was a 19th-century American men's magazine. It was founded by William Evans Burton, and published between 1837 and 1841 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The magazine focused on material of interest to American gentlemen of the period such as sports, fiction, theater, art, and the western frontier.

Burton's Gentleman's Magazine
September 1839
EditorEdgar Allan Poe (1839-1840)
CategoriesMen's magazine
PublisherWilliam Evans Burton
First issue1837
Final issue1841
CountryUnited States
Based inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania

Edgar Allan Poe sent short stories to the magazine that included "The Fall of the House of Usher" and William Wilson. He edited it from 1839 until 1840. The magazine merged with Atkinson's Casket to become Graham's Magazine.