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Convoy [1943]

"The Magazine of the 320 Troop Carrying Company R.A.S.C. - Serving Overseas" (The R.A.S.C. being the Royal Army Service Corps). Contained vignettes, short serials, cartoons, articles, etc.

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-1943 – 1945
Publishers:   320 Troop Carrying Company R.A.S.C.
Frequency:   irregular

Convoy [1944]

Total Issues: 4

Stories, articles, poems, cartoons and reportage from all parts of the world.

Issues & Index Sources:  1944 – 1947: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   The Richards Press, 8 Charles II Street, London SW1
Editors:   The Hon. R.C.R. Maugham
Frequency:   quarterly, but irregular


Total Issues: 1?

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s
Publishers:   Paget Publications, 106 Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, London
Prices:   2/6d

Cooper's Novels

Total Issues: 32

Issues & Index Sources:  1885
Publishers:   John W. Lovell Co.
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Copper Nickel

A literary journal published by the students and faculty at the University of Colorado Denver which publishes work by student authors and by professional authors.

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-2003 – present
Publishers:   University of Colorado
Formats:   quarto slick
Prices:   $15.00
Frequency:   twice a year

Copper Toadstool

Total Issues: 5+1=6


Issues & Index Sources

  Dec-1976 – Jan-1979: Science Fiction Index
  Jul-1979, as The Storyteller: Science Fiction Index


  Soda Publications, Vancouver, Canada


  Dale Hammell








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Copy Magazine

Total Issues: 1

Semi-professional magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Spring 1950: Science Fiction Index
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Total Issues: 2?

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s
Publishers:   Paget Publications, 106 Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, London

The Cork Magazine

Total Issues: 14

Published a lot of fiction; authors include Fitz-James O'Brien and Judtin McCarthy.

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1847 – Dec-1848
Publishers:   Bradford, Cork
Frequency:   monthly

Cornell Review

Original CR ran throughout the 19th C. Revised as a modern review including occasional fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Spring 1977 – ?
Publishers:   Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Frequency:   quarterly

The Corner Magazine [1922]

Total Issues: 149

A magazine of "mystery, adventure, romance" with some US material, mostly UK. Authors include Coutts Brisbane, Vincent Cornier, Frank L. Packard, Richmal Crompton.

Issues & Index Sources

  Sep-1922 – Feb-1935: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

#merges with The Red Magazine


  Sep-1922 – Apr-1927: Cassell's
  May-1927 – Feb-1935: Amalgamated Press


  Sep-1922 – 1924: Charles Vivian
  1925 – Feb-1935: Clarence Winchester


  standard pulp (illustrated)




  128pp, reducing to 96pp



Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers
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The Corner Magazine [2006]

"The Corner is a London-based print magazine that supports writers, poets and comic artists by publishing their work in a bimonthly anthology. The first issue contains 15 short stories and a bunch of comics and poetry. The writing covers a wide range of genres, from hard-boiled to comedy. The Corner is an open project where any writer is welcome to submit their work."

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-2006 – ?
Frequency:   bimonthly

The Cornhill Magazine

Total Issues: 1084

Called by Sutherland "the premier fiction-carrying magazine of the century," it reigned supreme until toppled by The Strand and others in the 1890s. Circulation peaked at around 110,000 in first few years, settled at about 20,000 by 1870. Authors in early issues include Thackeray, Trollope, Sala, Mrs Gaskell, Thomas Hardy ("Far from the Madding Crowd" 1874); George Eliot, Wilkie Collins ("Armadale" 1864-66), Charles Reade, George Meredith, Henry James and, in later years, Elizabeth Bowen, Somerset Maugham, William Sansom, Evelyn Waugh. actually three consecutive series.

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1860 – Spring 1975: FictionMags Index (Missing: Jan-1912 - Jun-1929; Jan-1936 - Dec-1938)


  1860 – 1916: Smith, Elder & Co., London
  1917 – 1975: John Murray


  Jan-1860 – May-1862: William Makepeace Thackeray
  Jun-1862 – Mar-1871: an editorial board of varying members, inc. George Smith, Frederick Greenwood, G.H. Lewes and Edward Dutton Cook
  Apr-1871 – Dec-1882: Leslie Stephen
  Jan-1883 – Jun-1896: James Payn
  Jul-1896 – Dec-1897: John St. Loe Strachey
  Jan-1898 – Dec-1916: Reginald Smith
  Jan-1917 – Jun-1933: Leonard Huxley
  Jul-1933 – Dec-1939: Lord Gorell
  Jan-1944 – Spring 1951: Peter Quennell
  Summer 1951 – Spring 1975: John Murray & Osyth Leeston


  Jan-1860 – Dec-1882: standard (styled on Harper's)


  Jan-1860 – Dec-1882: 1/-
  Jan-1883 – Jun-1896: 6d
  c. 1950 – c. 1956: 2/6d


  monthly; suspended publication 1939 - 1944; quarterly from 1944

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3, British Literary Magazines Vol. 4, The Age of the Storytellers
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The Cornhill Booklet

Total Issues: 27

"One of the best of the turn-of-the-century chapbooks, distinguished both for its content and its design. Literary highlights include first American printings of Rudyard Kipling poems, Robert Louis Stevenson letters, and Oscar Wilde's brilliant "The Ballad of Reading Gaol". Of equal note are special issues devoted to the works of Eugene Field (one, an attractive reprint of the Tribune Primer and, the other, a collection of short stories), Nathaniel Hawthorne (the first reprints of articles that appeared in the American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge) and Mark Twain ("English as She is Instructed," Twain's take on a Devil's Dictionary).

Issues & Index Sources

  Jul-1900 – 1904
  Oct-1914 – Dec-1914


  Alfred Barlett, Boston


  Alfred Barlett


  Jul-1900 – Dec-1901: monthly
  1902: quarterly
  1903 – 1904: annual
  Oct-1914 – Dec-1914: monthly

The Cornish Magazine

Total Issues: 11

Regional magazine that published some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1898 – May-1899: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   Joseph Pollard, Truro, Cornwall
Editors:   A.T. Quiller-Couch


Total Issues: 299

"The pocket magazine ranking second in circulation to Reader's Digest... its first issue, with its five-color cover, carried drawings, etchings, and color reproductions of the work of Rembrandt and Raphael in addition to fiction, articles, and photographs" (Theodore Peterson, Magazines in the Twentieth Century). This magazine, which sounds like an American equivalent of the British publication Lilliput, later toned down its "artiness" but remained popular for a couple of decades.

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1936 – Oct-1961: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Esquire, Inc. (David A. Smart)
Editors:   Arnold Gingrich (in 1937)
Formats:   digest
Prices:   35c (in 1937)
Pagecounts:   194pp (in 1937)
Frequency:   monthly
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