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Spicy Stories, March 1938
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This is the scan of the March 1st 1913 issue of Top-Notch Magazine. There is a Comic Book archive of processed scans as well as the raw scans.
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This is the scan of the May 1st 1915 issue of Top-Notch Magazine. There is a Comic Book archive of processed scans as well as the raw scans.
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This is the scan of the February 1st 1912 issue of Top-Notch Magazine. There is a Comic Book archive of processed scans as well as the raw scans.
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The Art Of Virgil Finlay.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Pulp Art, Pulp Covers, Pulp Illustrations, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Virgil...
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This is a mixed fiction magazine from 1914. There is a comic book archive of processed scans as well as the rawish gray scans.
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The Artwork Of Allen Anderson.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Pulp Art, Pulp Covers, Pulp Illustrations, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Science...
The Artwork Of Robert McGinnis Part 2. The introductory text is in French (nine pages), but the rest of this compilation is entirely pictorial. This second part is comprised of color reproductions of movie posters by McGinnis (including the poster for the James Bond movie Thunderball) and book covers (and original cover paintings) for mystery books by authors such as John D. MacDonald, Carter Brown, Ian Fleming, Mickey Spillane, Brett Halliday, etc.
Topics: Pulp Art, Paperback Book Covers, Mystery Books, Movie Posters, Art, Artists, Robert McGinnis
As Tough As They Come is a scarce anthology of hardboiled detective fiction. It was published in a mass-market paperback edition by Permabooks in 1951 and has never been reprinted. CONTENTS: OURSLER , WILL, ed. As Tough As They Come (Permabooks P118, 1951, 35¢, 370pp, pb) ix Preface, Will Oursler , pr 1 The Man Who Lost His Head, Bruno Fischer, nv Doc Savage July 1945 24 Goodbye, Hannah, Steve Fisher, ss Double Detective December 1938; EQMM Winter 1942. 41 The Visitor, Henry Treece, ss Argosy...
Topics: Mystery, Detective, Crime Fiction, Hardboiled Detective Fiction, Anthology, Will Oursler
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Five Continental Op Stories by Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961) "Arson Plus" from Black Mask, Oct. 1, 1923, pp. 25-36. (as Peter Collinson). "Crooked Souls" from Black Mask, Oct. 15, 1923, pp. 35-44. "Slippery Fingers" from Black Mask, Oct. 15,1923, pp. 96-103. (as Peter Collinson). "It” from Black Mask, Nov. 1, 1923, pp. 110-118. "Bodies Piled Up" from Black Mask, December 1, 1923, pp. 33-42.
Topics: Dashiell Hammett, Black Mask, 1923, pulp magazine, mystery, detective, hard-boiled, Continental Op,...
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The Pulp Jungle is Frank Gruber's account of his days as a pulp writer, starting during the Great Depression and through to the early forties when he moved to Hollywood as a screenwriter. An early draft of the manuscript was entitled "The Hungry Years." It's now a rare book - long out-of-print and increasingly difficult to find on the second-hand market. The chapters in the PDF version have been bookmarked for ease of access.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Writing, Writers, Frank Gruber
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Spicy Stories, March 1934
Topics: Pulp, Magazine, Spicy Stories, Earle Bergey
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Snappy [v10 #2, August 1931]  ed. Virginia O’Day (Lowell Publications, Inc.; Cleveland Hts, OH, 25¢, pulp) Details supplied by John Locke from Table of Contents. 8 · Hiking to Love · Jack Woodford · ss 14 · Madcap Magda · Geoffrey Sayre · ss 19 · On the Beach · Edna Gay · pm 20 · Love—To Order · Robert Bliss · ss 27 · Malou Gets Her Man · Algernon Free · vi 30 · From a Cynic’s Notebook · Joseph Hudson · hu 31 · Kitty’s Kisses · Alexander Samalman · vi 33 · On...
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The Art Of Hugh Joseph Ward.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Pulp Art, Pulp Covers, Pulp Illustrations, Hugh Joseph Ward
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Breezy Stories [v45 #5, February 1936] ed. Phil Painter (C.H. Young Publishing Co., Inc., 20¢, 7-124pp, pulp, cover by Enoch Bolles) 7 · Some One Happens Along · Ruth U. Tuthill · nv; illustrated by William Bryan Smith 29 · Lord Bill · Doris Stead · ss; illustrated by William Bryan Smith 38 · I Love Myself · Edith Loomis · pm Droll Stories Jun 1924 39 · 63,571 · L. H. Hayum · ss; illustrated by William Bryan Smith 44 · The Moth · Cristel Hastings · pm Droll Stories Jun 1924 45...
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Joseph T Shaw - Hard Boiled Omnibus (1952) (paperback)
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Spicy Stories September 1934
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You Go High, We Go Low: Australian Pulps 1939-1959 - Stuart Kells.
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Spicy Mystery Stories  [v5 #3, July 1937] (25¢, 128pp+, pulp, cover by  William F. Soare  ) 4 · 30 Seconds [ Dr. Zarkov (Surgeon of Souls) ] ·  Robert Leslie Bellem  · ss 16 · Rain in Dahomey ·  Carl Moore  · ss 28 · Prophecy to Kill ·  Colby Quinn  · ss 32 · The Black Thing Walks ·  Stewart Gates  · ss 44 · Corpseless Coffin ·  Clint Morgan  · ss; given as by Carl Moore on the cover. 54 · Mojave Madness ·  E. Hoffmann Price  · ss 66 · The Brazen Bull · ...
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Spicy Mystery Stories  [v6 #1, November 1937] (25¢, 128pp+, pulp, cover by  H. J. Ward  ) 4 · Heritage of Madness ·  Robert Leslie Bellem  · ss 16 · Curse of Dr. Vecchio ·  Morgan Grant  · ss 28 · The Glass Coffin ·  Robert A. Garron  · ss 42 · Behind Hell’s Veil ·  Rex Norman  · nv 56 · Across 6 Years ·  Curtis Blount  · ss 68 · Summons for Satan ·  C. A. M. Donne  · ss 80 · Death Is a Treasure ·  William B. Rainey  · ss 92 · The Third Man ·  Colby...
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The American Magazine [v126 #1, July 1938] (25¢, 8½" x 11½") For Beauty’s Sake [Part 1 of 6] · Clarence Budington Kelland · sl; illustrated by Alfred Parker Star Bright [Part 3 of 3] · Charles Bonner · sl; illustrated by Tom Lovell Robin Hill · Phyllis Duganne · ss; illustrated by Norman Rockwell Cheerio! · Margaret Craven · ss; illustrated by Pruett Carter Too Many Cooks [Part 5 of 6; Nero Wolfe & Archie Goodwin ] · Rex Stout · sl; illustrated by Rico Tomaso Buzz...
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Hugh Barnett Cave (1910-2004) was an American writer best remembered for his horror, weird menace and science fiction stories.  He wrote in many genres and was one of the most prolific of the pulp era writers having penned over 1,000 stories, 40 novels and several works of non-fiction including an acclaimed book on voodoo. He was a war corespondent during WWII and later owned and managed a coffee plantation in Jamaica. In 1930 Cave struck up a friendship with fellow writer Carl Jacobi, after...
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1960's sleaze book from Beacon. I found no renewals. Beacon was out of New York, but this copy was printed in Canada.
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Spicy Stories, September 1933
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Kung Fu Annual 1976 .
Topics: Television, Television Series, Westerns, Martial Arts, Kung Fu, David Carradine, Tie-Ins,...
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The Art Of Earle Kulp Bergey.
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The American Magazine [v122 #6, December 1936] (25¢, 8¾" x 12") fc. · [photo] · Paul Hesse · cv 11 · Career · Otelia A. Compton, LL.D. · ar 12 · The Red Box [Part 1 of 5; Nero Wolfe & Archie Goodwin ] · Rex Stout · sl 16 · Second Choice · Ursula Parrott · nv 18 · 99% Honest · Isaac F. Marcosson · ar 20 · Night-Desk Daddies · Freeman Tilden · ss 24 · The Amazing Mr. Means · J. Edgar Hoover · ar 26 · Crossroads [Part 3 of ?] · Kathleen Norris · sl 30 · The...
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Late Victorian era women's fashion magazine. Includes directions and patterns for making women's and children's clothing.
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The Black Cat, formerly a unique magazine of short stories, is now attempting to be more like other pulp and fiction magazines. These are among the last issues and are very scarce.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
This is my edit of a Google Books scan, which was run through Scan Tailor and Photoshop. The scan of this issue is missing the advertisements, table of contents, the inside back cover, and the back cover. CONTENTS: The Strand Magazine [v67, #397, January 1924] (George Newnes, Ltd., 1/-, 1-106pp+, standard) 2 · The Adventure Of The Sussex Vampire [Sherlock Holmes] · A. Conan Doyle · ss; illustrated by H. K. Elcock 14 · My Escape From The Boers [Part 2 of 2] · The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Strand Magazine, Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, P. G....
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
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Famous Pulp Classics was an anonymously edited trade paperback anthology of action and adventures stories which had originally appeared in pulp magazines. It was intended to to be the first of a series but this was the only volume to be published. Famous Pulp Classics #01 ed. Anon. (West Linn, OR: FAX Collector's Editions, 1975, 128pp, tp) Facsimile reproductions from the original magazines. Cover artwork by Michael William Kaluta. 3 · Introduction · Anon. · in         6 · Lances Of...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Anthologies, Action, Adventure, Talbot Mundy, Theodore Roscoe,...
Mirror Of The Century: The Strand Magazine 1891-1950 is a history of The Strand Magazine , written by Reginald Pound, who had served as The Strand 's editor from 1942 to 1946. He based the portion of the history covering those years on notes he had kept during his tenure. Mirror Of The Century was published under that title in hardcover in America in 1966 by A. S. Barnes. The UK edition was published in the same year by Heinemann and bore the simple title of The Strand Magazine 1891-1950 ....
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, The Strand Magazine, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
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Spicy Stories [v6 #10, July 1937 ] (D.M. Publishing Co.; Dover, Del., 25¢, 64pp) 4 · Between You and Me! · [The Readers] · lc 5 · “Exit –One Man-Hater” ·  Bobby Barnes · ss 14 · Sir Walter’s Sally · Nona Benford · ss 24 · Three Little Words · Ken Cooper · ss 32 · Save the Sponsor! · Ray Buckley · ss 41 · Mixed Motives · Frank Roberts · ss 47 ·Stand-In · Clinton Harcourt ·ss 55 · “Call Me Eve!” · Pepita Derne · ss
Topics: Spicy Stories, pulp, fiction, 1937, erotica
Bookery's Guide to Pulps & Related Magazines (2005) (Cimmerian32 DPP) c2c
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Spicy Stories, November 1934
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The Artwork Of Norman Saunders [misspelled as "Sanders" on cover]. The text is in English, save for two pages in French near the end.
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Cover restorations for seven 1930s issues of Spicy Stories that were done by the late scanner Ufikus.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Spicy Stories, Pulp Cover Art, Noel Barrow, R. A. Burley, Enoch Bolles
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Spicy Stories [v3 #11, November 1933] (Merwil Publishing Co. Inc., 25¢, pulp) 2 Between You and Me · [The Readers] 4 "Business Before Pleasure" · Jean Maxwell 10 Christened Don Juan - Wallace J. Knapp  16 You Can't Make 'Em Good By Contract! - Robert Dumont 21  Page O' Laughs 23 Last Fling - Edna Helene Castellic  29 I'm Waiting For You - Virginia Terry  36 Double Deception - Barat Lewes  43 "The Clothes Racket!" -  Kay Carroll 51 "Pleasure Mad" (Part...
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Spicy Stories [v3 # 11 , November 1933 ] (Merwil Publishing, New York, 25¢, 64pp+, pulp) 3 · Between You and Me · Anon · cl 4 · “Business Before Pleasure” · Jean Maxwell · ss 16 · You Can’t Make ‘Em Good By Contract! · Robert Dumont · ss 21 · Page O’ Laughs · [Various] · hu 23 · Last Fling · Edna Hele Castellic · ss 29 · I’m Waiting For You · Virginia Terry · ss 36 · Double Deception · Barat Lewes · ss 43 · “The Clothes Racket!” · Kay Caroll · ss 51 ·...
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CONTENTS: Golden Fleece [v1 #2, November 1938] (20¢, 128pp+, pulp, cover by Harold Delay) 2 · Bunyips In The Mulga · Anthony M. Rud · na 36 · The Coasts Of Chance—She Loved Iberville · H. Bedford-Jones · nv 54 · Black Vulmea’s Vengeance [Terence Vulmea] · Robert E. Howard · na 89 · Master Blythe Gets His Cannon · William Ormond McClelland · ss 101 · Golden Hour Of Guchee · Walter Claremartin · ss 106 · Hangman’s Coin · Thorpe McClusky · ss 112 · Action At Shimonoseki...
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The Popular Magazine [v72 #1, April 20 , 1924 ] (pulp, cover by Remington Schuyler) 3 · The Crusader’s Casket · Roy Norton · na 60 · Liberty and the Pursuit of Gold · Howard R. Marsh · ss 70 · Pigeon Pie · Talbert Josselyn · ss 80 · The Strength of the Meek · C. S. Montanye · ss 91 · Dragour, the Drugmaster: II.—The Barford Heirlooms [ Kotman Dass ] · Bertram Atkey · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction Jan 1924 101 · Caught in the Net · [The Editor] · ed 106 · For His...
Topics: Popular Magazine, pulp, fiction, 1924
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Five-Novels Monthly [v60 #3, September 1942] ed. Florence A. McChesney (Dell Publishing Co., Inc., pulp) Fear Street · Stewart Sterling · nv Branded in Gunsmoke · L. P. Holmes · nv Danger Rides the Oasis · Paul Selonke · nv The Last Round · William Campbell Gault · nv The Devil Ships as Mate · David Allan Ross · nv
Topics: Five-Novels Monthly, pulp, short stories, 1942
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Pulp Fiction Magazine
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Spicy Stories v06n09 (1936-09)(Ufikus-DPP)
Topics: wendy, elsa, carter, suzy, jerry, jeff, dan, fane, harriet, york city, young man, white skin,...
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
All-Story Weekly - Oct 21 thru Nov 18, 1922 - [Only Contains - The Fire People by Ray Cummings] - 110 pages PLOT: Invasion from Mercury. This is how the invasion began. The farmer saw a huge fire burning near the center of his field. "It was circular in form and about thirty feet in diameter. He was astonished to see it there, but what surprised him more was its peculiar aspect." A glow began to emanate from it. The thing was later to be called the "Mercutian Light". And...
Topics: The Fire People, Ray Cummings, All-Story Weekly, Science Fiction
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Woman's Magazine
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The American Magazine [v124 #6, December 1937] (25¢, 8½" x 11½") Fun for Life · Brooke Hanlon · ss; illustrated by Rico Tomaso Young Man’s Fancy · Libbie Block · ss; illustrated by Tom Lovell One Order of Toast · R. G. Kirk · vi They Stand So Tall · George Owen Baxter · ss; illustrated by Harry Morse Meyers Dust Across the Range [Part 2 of 4] · Max Brand · na; illustrated by James Schucker Mind Over Matter · Denis Morrison · ss; illustrated by Carl Mueller And Both...
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CONTENTS: The American Magazine [v70 #6, October 1910] (Phillips Publishing Co., 15¢, 144pp, standard) 713 · A Prayer For All True Lovers · Walter Rauschenbusch · ms 714 · The Latest Portrait Of Porfirio Diaz · F. L. Clarke · fp 715 · If— · Rudyard Kipling · pm 716 · Barbarous Mexico · [The Editor] · is 717 · Barbarous Mexico: The Betrayal Of A Nation · E. Alexander Powell · ar 729 · New Adventures In Contentment: The Mowing · David Grayson · ss; illustrated by Thomas...
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Late Victorian era womens' fashion magazine. Includes directions and patterns for making women's and children's clothing.
Topics: Magazine, Fashion, Women's Magazines
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CONTENTS: The Arkham Sampler [v1 #1, Winter 1948] ($1.00, 100pp+, 6″ x 9″) 3 · Messrs. Turkes And Talbot · H. Russell Wakefield · ss Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine #465, February 1932 15 · History And Chronology Of The Necronomicon Together With Some Pertinent Paragraphs · H. P. Lovecraft & August Derleth · fa revised by Derleth from “A History Of The Necronomicon” by H. P. Lovecraft (The Rebel Press, November 1937). 20 · Lamia · Clark Ashton Smith · pm 21 · The Nameless...
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter died in 1913, and the magazine was sold to new management. Frank W. Osborne was the new editor. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. It was now opening the door to more conventional pulp-like material. Covers continued to be by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
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The American Woman v30n01 [1920-06].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Women's Magazines, The American Woman, E. M. Jameson, Grace Miller White,...
Gordon And The Mahdi: An Illustrated Narrative Of The War In The Soudan - Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (30th thousand) (Vizetelly & Co., 1885) ("yellowback" paperbound edition). Published anonymously, but written by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1853-1922), the son of publisher Henry Vizetelly. The text of this "30th thousand" edition was revised from that of the previous edition, making it two pages shorter. One of the changes was to remove the "concluding remarks" by...
Topics: History, Military History, Major-General Charles George Gordon, Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha,...
The Best of John Jakes Published in 1977 by DAW Books (No. 244). This is a scan of the edition printed in Canada by The New American Library of Canada (pdf OCR Bookmarks, 8.9 MB) From the ISFDB, these are the contents: * 7 • Introduction (The Best of John Jakes) ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?119278 ) • essay by Martin H. Greenberg ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?509 ) *and* Joseph D. Olander ( http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?7854 ) * 13 • Machine (...
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Fantasy Book Vol. 2, No. 2 (May 1983) Front Cover by Alan Gutierrez ISSN 0377-0717 The Saxon's Lich (Ian McDowell) Jimmy and the Elementals (Frances Garfield) The T'ang Horse (M. Elizabeth Counselman) Guinea Pigs (Scott Edelman) The Leopard of Poitain (Raul Garcia Capella) Rita the Swallow-Woman (Siouz Ammerman) Saturday's Shadow (William F. Nolan) Bindweed (Atanielle Annyn Noel) Empty Screen Lament (Greg Cox) An Index to Fantasy Book, Vol 1 Ten Things I Know About the Wizard (Steve Rasnic Tem)...
Topics: fantasy, magazine, book, periodical, pulp magazine
Railroad Stories v17n01 (1935-04) (153 pages) (Ufikus-Teachbug)
Topics: railroad, longhorn, train, engine, buck, squint, lannigan, terril, locomotive, railroad stories,...
Gordon And The Mahdi: An Illustrated Narrative Of The War In The Soudan - Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (20th thousand) (Vizetelly & Co., 1885) ("yellowback" edition). Published anonymously, but written by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1853-1922), the son of publisher Henry Vizetelly. The colorful cover illustration (signed as "RCW") is by British artist and illustrator Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856-1927), who is best known for being one of the most prolific and effective...
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The Howard Collector [v2 #2, #8, Summer 1966] ed. Glenn Lord (Glenn Lord, 40pp, ph) Limited to 150 copies. [Emil Petaja] 2 · Editorial Notes · Glenn Lord · ed 4 · Alleys of Treachery [ Dennis Dorgan ] · Patrick Ervin · ss 18 · I Speak of Shattered Spring · Dale Harding Exum · pm 19 · Age Comes to Rabelais · Robert E. Howard · pm 20 · Roundelay of the Roughneck · Robert E. Howard · pm The Daniel Baker Collegian Apr 12 1926 23 · Letter to Harold Preece, September 23, 1928 (“The...
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The Art Of H. L. Parkhurst.
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of  talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
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The Howard Collector [v2 #1, #7, Winter 1965] ed. Glenn Lord (Glenn Lord, 36pp, ph) Limited to 150 copies. [Tevis Clyde Smith] "Spear and Fang" (Tevis Clyde Smith and Robert E. Howard) · Anon. · fp 2 · Editorial Notes · Glenn Lord · ed 3 · Spear and Fang · Robert E. Howard · ss Weird Tales Jul 1925 12 · After “Recompense” · Manly Wade Wellman · pm 13 · Letter to Glenn Lord, July 20, 1965 · Chandler Whipple · lt [Glenn Lord] 14 · The Dust Dance (“For I, with...
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Illustration v01n02 (2002-01)
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The Rover #0950 [1940-06-29]. British story paper for boys. The cover story is about a fictional WWII secret weapon: "Britain's Secret Weapon: The Crusher. A mighty steel ball, thirty feet high - and it crushes to pulp everything Nazi in its path!"
Topics: Story Papers, British Boys Papers, The Rover, World War II, Science Fiction
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The Howard Collector [v1 #6, #6, Spring 1965] ed. Glenn Lord (Glenn Lord, 40pp, ph) Limited to 150 copies. [August Derleth] 2 · Editorial Notes · Glenn Lord · ed 4 · All Fled—All Done · [Misc.] · ms (r); articles on the deaths of REH and his parents from The Cross Plains Review, 12, 19, and 26 June and 3 July, 1936 and 17 November 1944, compiled and titled by Glenn Lord 13 · Knife, Bullet and Noose [ Sonora Kid ] · Robert E. Howard · ss 32 · Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November...
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The American Magazine [v114 #2, August 1932] (25¢, 8½" x 11½") 20 · A Social Error · Leona Dalrymple · ss; illus. Matt Clark 30 · Hearts and Clubs · Octavus Roy Cohen · ss; illus. Floyd M. Davis 32 · His Own Kind · Sewell Peaslee Wright · ss; illus. James E. Allen 40 · The Tall Ladder [Part 5 of 6] · Katharine Newlin Burt · sl; illus. Saul Tepper 46 · Someone Special · Brooke Hanlon · ss; illus. Herbert Paus 54 · Junior Partners [ Tink (2) ] · Howard Brubaker ·...
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All-Story Weekly v102 n02 [1919-10-04] (October 4, 1919)
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CONTENTS: The Cavalier [v6 #2, July 1910] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, pulp, cover by Lejaren à Hiller) 193 · A Desperate Bridegroom · Albert Payson Terhune · na 217 · Going To See Billy Clark · F. Roney Weir · ss 221 · A Slippery Battle In Oil [Part 1 of 4] · George C. Jenks · sl 233 · Say, Where’s Your Card? · Arthur W. Sullivan · ss 242 · Durant’s Defense · Anthony Wright · na 265 · The Curing Of Kemilia · Wade Warren Thayer · ss 270 · On The Ice · Winthrop...
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Woman's Magazine
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Snappy v16n11 1937-11.D.M. Publishing (c2c.Darwination-DPP.Evangelisti-KL)
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CONTENTS: The Arkham Sampler [v1 #3, Summer 1948] ($1.00, 100pp+, 6″ x 9″) 3 · A Kink In Space-Time · H. Russell Wakefield · ss 10 · A Night In The City · Geraldine Wolf · pm 11 · The Novels Of M.P. Shiel · A. Reynolds Morse · ar [Ref. M. P. Shiel] 20 · No Stranger Dream · Clark Ashton Smith · pm 21 · The Loved Dead · C. M. Eddy, Jr. (with H. P. Lovecraft) · ss Weird Tales May/June/July 1924 31 · On The Mount Of Stone · Clark Ashton Smith · pm 32 · Howard Phillips...
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The Sunday Magazine was a syndicated newspaper Sunday supplement magazine which was distributed by its publisher to several major newspapers around the country (the issue which has been scanned here was one which appeared in the Boston Sunday Post newspaper). The layout of the magazine resembled that of large format "slick" magazines of the day such as Collier's or The Saturday Evening Post and similarly made use of color printing for the front cover and for some of the ads and...
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter died in 1913, and the magazine was sold to new management. Frank W. Osborne was the new editor. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. It was now opening the door to more conventional pulp-like material. Covers continued to be by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter. Note that volume 19, number 5...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories