"Mr. De Morgan's Habits of Work"was a nonfiction article by Bram Stoker. It was first published in the US under the title "Mr. De Morgan's Habits of Work: The Career of a Man Who Began to Write After He was Sixty-Four Years Old" in the June 1908 issue of The World's Work: A History of Our Time, Doubleday, Page & Company, New York. It was first published in the UK under the title "The Work of William De Morgan: An Artist, Manufacturer, and Inventor Who Began Writing Novels at the Age of Sixty-Four" in the July 1908 issue of The World's Work: An Illustrated Magazine of National Efficiency and Social Progress, William Heinemann, London.
Excerpts of this interview were published in at least five newspapers in Australia. They appeared as follows: Book publication
"Mr. De Morgan's Habits of Work" was first published in book form in June 2002 in A Glimpse of America: and other Lectures, Interviews and Essays a 170 page paperback by Desert Island Books, Essex.
This article is available as a: Magazine image
The World's Work, New York, June 1908
I would like to thank Emma Coleman of The De Morgan Centre for taking the time to scan their copy of "The Work of William De Morgan" and send me the images.