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Cosmos Science Fiction Series

Booklet series.

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 1973 – #2, 1973: Miller/Contento
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The Cosy Corner Novels

Total Issues: 73+209=282

Women's pocket library. Numbering restarted on 7-Jul-1906, as Vol 1 No 1 - Vol 4 No 13, then #126 - 209.

Issues & Index Sources

  17-Feb-1905 – 10-Feb-1906
  17-Feb-1906 – 30-Jun-1906, as Cosy Corner: The Girls' Home Paper
  7-Jul-1906 – 6-Feb-1909, as Cosy Corner: The Girls' Home Paper

#superseded by The Ladies' Home Paper

Publishers

  Amalgamated Press

Frequency

  weekly

Coterie

Total Issues: 7+6=13

Important little magazine of review and comment which also encouraged new fiction

Issues & Index Sources

  May-1919 – Winter 1920/1921: Index to English-Language Little Magazines, 1890-1970
  Nov-1925 – Summer/Autumn 1927, as New Coterie: Index to English-Language Little Magazines, 1890-1970

Publishers

  1st series, Henderson;s, London; 2nd series, E. Archer, London.

Editors

  Chaman Hall to #5, then Russell Green

Frequency

  quarterly

Sources

  British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

Cottonwood

Issues & Index Sources:  ? – present
Publishers:   Box J, 400 Kansas Union, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045 (in 2000 - 2002)
Editors:   Tom Lorenz (in 2000 - 2002)
Email Address:   cottonwd@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
Frequency:   twice yearly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

Counterthrust Fantasy

Fanzine that published some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 1976: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   University of Maryland SF Society
Editors:   Steven L. Goldstein

The Country Gentleman

Originally a farming and rural magazine which ran occasional poems and extracts from novels; under Curtis (when it became a companion to The Saturday Evening Post) fiction became a strong feature. Authors included Ben Ames Williams and Zane Grey, a number of whose westerns were serialized here.

With the Aug-1955 issue, the magazine was sold to FARM JOURNAL, which became FARM JOURNAL AND COUNTRY GENTLEMAN from Sept-1955 through Nov-1956. The title was revived for a 1975-1982 run during which it carried a small amount of fiction.

Issues & Index Sources

  6-Jan-1853 – Jan-1955: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  Feb-1955 – Jun-1955, as Better Farming
  1975 – 1982, as The Country Gentleman: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  1853 – 1911: Luther Tucker
  1911 – 1955: Cyrus Curtis

Editors

  1853 – 1897: Luther Tucker
  1989 – 1911: Gilbert M. & Luther Tucker, Jr.
  1911 – 1912: J. Clyde Marquis
  1912 – 1917: Harry A. Thompson
  1918 – 1920: Barton Currie
  1921 – 1924: John Pickett
  1924 – 1928: Loring Schuler
  1928 – ?: Philip S. Rose
  ? – 1942: Ben Hibbs

Formats

  slick

Frequency

  weekly
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The Country Guide

Contained agricultural articles & general fiction. Name changed to The Country Guide and Nor-West Farmer some time in the mid-1930s.

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1949: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Editors:   George F. Chipman (in 1930); P.M. Abel & R.D. Colquette (in 1936)
 

Country Heart

see under The Vineyard

Country Home Magazine

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1930s: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
 

The Country House

Total Issues: 15

Subtitled "a Magazine for Town & Country Readers", the contents at first glance are uninspiring, but the magazine contained a good proportion of fiction (including stories by S. Baring-Gould and Arnold Golsworthy).

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1895 – Mar-1896: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Formats:   octavo
Prices:   6d
Frequency:   monthly

Country Life

A society magazine aimed primarily at the landed gentry (in its early years). It published a regular story or two per issue, usually nature-related, including several stories by Algernon Blackwood (e.g. "The Sea Fit" 25-Jun-1910), and "Davy Jones's Gift" by John Masefield (11-Nov-1905).

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1897 – present
Publishers:   Country & Leisure Media Ltd., King's Reach Tower, Stamford Street, LONDON, SE1 9LS (in 2005)
Website:   www.countrylife.co.uk
Editors:   Clive Aslett (in 1998)
Prices:   £3.20 (in 2005)
Frequency:   weekly

CountryStyle

Mostly non-fiction articles about country music stars and the country music industry, but did feature some reprint fiction by Louis L'Amour.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1970s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   CountryStyle Publication Co.
Editors:   Vince Sorren
Formats:   11½" x 14"
Prices:   98c
Pagecounts:   48pp
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Courage (UK)

Total Issues: 2?

Issues & Index Sources:  1956?
Publishers:   L. Miller
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   monthly

Courage (US)

Total Issues: 3

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1957 – Apr-1958: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Sources:   It's a Man's World
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Courier

Miscellany of "fact, fiction, art and satire" with, typically, at least two stories in every issue.

Issues & Index Sources

  Winter 1937/1938 – Dec-1965: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  Norman Kark, Courier Publishing Co., Grand Bldgs, Trafalgar Square, London

Editors

  Norman Kark

Formats

  1937 – 1940: spiral-bound (first seven issues)
  1949: 7.3" x 7"
  1950 – 1954: 8" x 8.5"
  1956 – 1959: 9" x 9.5"

Prices

  3/-

Pagecounts

  1949 – 1950: 180pp
  1951: 160pp
  Aug-1951: 152pp
  Sep-1951 – May-1952: 144pp
  Aug-1952 – Mar-1953: 132/136pp
  May-1953 – Apr-1954: 128pp
  1956: 112pp
  1959: 100pp

Frequency

  quarterly, then monthly; suspended for period during WW2
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The Court and Society Review

Published Robert Louis Stevenson's "Olalla" (Christmas 1885) and Oscar Wilde's major stories "The Canterville Ghost" (23 Feb-1887) and "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime" (11 May 1887).

Issues & Index Sources

  30-Jul-1885 – 24-Sep-1885, as Court and Society Journal
  1-Oct-1885 – 6-Jun-1888, as Court and Society Review

Frequency

  weekly?

Court Magazine and Monthly Critic and Lady's Magazine and Museum of Belles Lettres

Really a continuation of La Belle Assemblee, started in 1806 but which underwent several transformations until revamped under this unwieldy title when it merged with The Lady's Magazine. It featured an incredible miscellany of material with a growing emphasis on fiction, often running long, increasingly bizarre stories. Few authors credited, and only story that has been reprinted since is "Hugues the Wer-Wolf" (Sep-1838) by Sutherland Menzies.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1838 – 1847
Publishers:   Dobbs & Co., London
Frequency:   monthly
Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3


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