Appeared as witness before New York State Legislation Committee investigation into funding of Communist Party
Attended demonstration in Boston in support of convicted anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
Cease formal education at age 15
Contributed lyrics for one song for Leonard Bernstein's nusical "Candide"
Film bio, "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," released
Had regular book review column in <i>Esquire</i>
Her play "The Coast of Illyria" is produced in Dallas; also productions in London and Edinburgh
Left California and returned to New York
Made drama critic for <i>Ainslee's Magazine</i>; also contributed to magazines <i>Smart Set, Saturday Evening Post</i>, and <i>Life</i>, among others
Second suicide attempt
Third suicide attempt
West End revue based on her writings, "As Dorothy Parker Once Said..."
Co-founded Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
First meeting of Algonquin Hotel 'round table' group, headed by Alexander Woollcott
Moved to Hollywood with MGM contract; returned in three months
Named in pamphlet Red Channels as communist sympathizer and is "greylisted"
Taught English at California State College
Traveled to Spain to report on the civil war for <i>New Masses</i> magazine
With Elmer Rice wrote Broadway play "Close Harmony"
Appointed theatre critic for <i>Vanity Fair</i> magazine
Book reviewer for <i>The New Yorker</i>
Born in West End, New Jersey to a Jewish father and British mother
Divorced husband Parker after years of separation
Member of advisory committee overseeing the founding of <i>The New Yorker</i> magazine by Harold Ross
With Arnaud d'Usseau wrote play, "Ladies of the Corridor"; Harold Clurman directed
Collaborated with d'Usseau on play "The Ice Age" but it remained unproduced
Collaborated with Robert Benchley on one-act play "Nero" for inclusion in revue "The 49ers/No Siree"
Contributed material to revue "Shoot the Works"
Death of Alan Campbell
Fired by <i>Vanity Fair</i>
Helped organize Screenwriters Guild
Married writer/actor Alan Campbell
Remarried Alan Campbell
She and Campbell go to Hollywood under contract to Paramount
She and Campbell have successive contracts with Goldwyn, MGM and Columbia
Was a writer for <i>Vogue</i> magazine
With Campbell adapted Hungarian play "The Happiest Man" by Miklos Laszlo; unproduced
With George S Kaufman wrote "Business is Business", one act curtain raiser to accompany premiere run of film "Beggars on Horseback"
Worked as pianist for a dance school