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The Emerald [1806]

see under The Boston Weekly Magazine

Emerson Bennett's Works

Issues & Index Sources:  ?: Dime Novel Bibliography (sample issue only)
Publishers:   T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Emerson's Magazine and Putnam's Monthly

see under The United States Magazine

Emerson's United States Magazine

see under The United States Magazine

The Empire

Total Issues: 10?

A continuance of The London Miscellany.

Issues & Index Sources:  16-Mar-1867 – 18-May-1867?
Publishers:   William Barrett
Editors:   Charles Stevens
Formats:   tabloid large quarto
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly

Empire for the SF Writer

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1970s: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Editors:   Mark J. McGarry & Ron Rogers
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Empire Frontier

see under The Frontier (UK)

Empire Library [1892]

Total Issues: 39

Issues & Index Sources:  1892: Dime Novel Bibliography (sample issues only)
Publishers:   International Book Company, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Mission Place, New York
Formats:   7 1/4 x 5"
Prices:   25c
Pagecounts:   200 to 250
Frequency:   Tri-weekly
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Empire Library [1910]

Total Issues: 36+28=64

The earliest issues of the second series were entitled Empire Enlarged Library.

Issues & Index Sources

  19-Feb-1910 – 22-Oct-1910
  29-Oct-1910 – 6-May-1911

#incorporated into Boys' Realm Sports Library

Publishers

  Amalgamated Press

Editors

  Percy Griffith

Formats

  tabloid

Pagecounts

  20pp; 24pp from #28; 8pp for second series

Frequency

  weekly

Empire News

Newspaper which published a number of Leslie Charteris's "Saint" stories in the 1930s. Merged with News of the World in 1960.

Issues & Index Sources

  1884 – 1917, as The Umpire
  1917, as The Empire
  1917 – 1944, as Empire News
  1944 – 1950, as Sunday Empire News
  1950 – 1953, as Empire News and the Umpire
  1953 – 1955, as Empire News
  1955 – 1960, as Empire News and the Sunday Chronicle

Editors

  Bill McElroy (fiction editor in 1932)

Frequency

  weekly

Related Sites

  Wikipedia

Empire Programme Pamphlet

see under London Calling

Empire Review

Total Issues: 535

Mostly non-fiction but carried occasional stories.

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1901 – Aug-1943
  Sep-1943 – Autumn 1951, as Commonwealth and Empire Review

Editors

  C. Kinloch Cooke at outset

Frequency

  mostly monthly, quarterly towards end

Empire Series

Total Issues: 50

Issues & Index Sources:  1910 – 1920
Publishers:   J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Company
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

The Empress Novelette

Total Issues: 1441

Saw 227 issues as The Empress Novelette before new series launched in 1901.

Issues & Index Sources

  22-Mar-1897 – 1901
  1901 – 1902, as Empress Dainty Novels
  1902 – 1924, as Dainty Novels: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  Shurey

Formats

  large digest (octavo)

Frequency

  weekly

Emu Review

Total Issues: 3

Emu Review started in the fall of 1997 as a byproduct of its mother organization, the English Majors Union (EMU). The organization was created to foster a conducive environment for English majors at the University of Vermont. "On hiatus" as of 2002.

Issues & Index Sources:  Fall/Winter 1997 – Spring 2000
Publishers:   400 Old Mill UVM, Burlington, VT 05405 (in 2000)
Frequency:   irregular
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (not 2001 or 2002)
Email Address:   uvmemu@zoo.uvm.edu

Encore

A reprint magazine of high literary standards, describing itself as "a continuing anthology" with "nothing condensed or synposized." It ran for at least three years. Although much of the contents were non-fiction or poetry, writers of fiction represented with short stories or novel extracts include Sherwood Anderson, Stephen Crane, Bret Harte, O. Henry, James Joyce, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Guy de Maupassant, Frank Norris, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain, Emile Zola. The LoC register this as a book/anthology, not a periodical.

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1942 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  Encore Press

Editors

  Feb-1942 – Dec-1944: Dent Smith
  Jan-1945 – ?: Norman Cousins

Formats

  digest

Prices

  25c

Frequency

  monthly

Encounter

Caused a stir when it was revealed in 1967 it had been part funded by the CIA! A literary and critical review of the arts, it also published much fiction including work by Bertolt Brecht, Albert Camus, Jorge Luis Borges, Harold Pinter, Alan Sillitoe, Paul Bowles, Lawrence Durrell, Boris Pasternak, Vladimir Nabokov, Saul Bellow, William Faulkner, Robert Penn Warren, J.G. Ballard. Circulation peaked at about 40,000 in early 1960s.

Issues & Index Sources

  Oct-1953 – Sep-1990

Publishers

  Oct-1953 – Jun-1964: Secker & Warburg
  Jul-1964 – ?: Congress for Cultural Freedom/ Encounter

Editors

  Oct-1953 – Jan-1966: Stephen Spender
  Jan-1966 – Jun-1967: Frank Kermode
  Aug-1967 – Oct-1970: Nigel Dennis
  Dec-1970 – Feb-1973: D.J. Enright
  Mar-1973 – ?: Anthony Thwaite

Formats

  standard; later pocketbook

Frequency

  monthly to 1981; then 10 issues per year (Jun/Jul and Sep/Oct combined)

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

Encounters Magazine

Total Issues: 6+4=10

Contemporary or dark fantasy, scifi, horror and stories with a paranormal twist. Went online in 2011.

Issues & Index Sources

  1988 – Oct/Nov-1991: Science Fiction Index (Missing: v1 #1, v1 #2, v2 #1, v2 #2)
  Fall 2009 – Nov/Dec-2010: Science Fiction Index

Publishers

  Black Matrix Publishing, Grants Pass, OR.

Editors

  Guy Kenyon

Website:   www.blackmatrixpub.com
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The End

Total Issues: 5

Issues & Index Sources:  1993 – Apr-1997: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Necropolitan Press; Westborough, MA.
Editors:   Jeffrey Thomas
 
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Endless Entertainment

Total Issues: 18?

Subtitled "A Series of Original Comic, Terrific, and Legendary Tales", Endless Entertainment was a short lived competitor to John Limbird's successful The Mirror of Literature, Amusement and Instruction, a lower-class periodical published in imitation of Blackwood's and tended towards the weird and the sensational

Issues & Index Sources:  6-May-1825 – 19-Aug-1825?: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   G. Herbert, 88 Cheapside, London.
Prices:   2d
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly

The English Girls Journal and Ladies' Magazine

Total Issues: 59

The Emmetts were chief contributors. Becomes Our English Girls Journal and Lady's Magazine

Issues & Index Sources

  10-Oct-1863 – Nov-1864?
  6-Dec-1864 – 2-May-1865?

Publishers

  10-Oct-1863 – Nov-1864?: Harrison
  6-Dec-1864 – 2-May-1865?: Edwin Bailey / W. Eustace Laurence

Editors

  William L. Emmett (?)


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