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Jim Jam Jems

Issues & Index Sources:  ?
Publishers:   Graphic Arts Corp, Ninth and Sibley, St. Paul, MN
Frequency:   monthly

Jinnia Clan Journal

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1970s
Publishers:   The Nelson Bond Society
Editors:   Rick Knobloch
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Jinx

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  early 1940s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Dixie Press Publications, Columbia, South Carolina
Editors:   Harry Jenkins, Jr.

J. M. & Co's Popular Standard Novels

Total Issues: 29

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1890s
Publishers:   Jordan Marsh
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Joe

Produced in conjunction with Starbucks Coffee Company and available in Starbucks outlets.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1999 – 2000?
Publishers:   1271 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 2800, New York, NY 10020 (in 2000)
Editors:   Paula Champa
Email Address:   comments@joemag.com
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (not in 2002)

Joe Pickford Library

Total Issues: 22 (numbered 60 - 81)

Continuation of Tubby Haig Supplement which ran from issues 51A to 59A (qv).

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1918 – Dec-1919
Publishers:   Newnes
Pagecounts:   36pp

John Bull [1820]

Total Issues: 3739

A weekly "Tory political paper" which was edited and co-owned by Theodore Hook.

Issues & Index Sources

  17-Dec-1820 – 19-Jul-1892

Editors

  1820 – 1841: Theodore Hook
  1841 – 1848: William Mudford
  1848 – 1856: George Edward Biber

Frequency

  weekly

John Bull [1824]

Contents unknown, may have had some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1824 – ?
Editors:   William Maginn

John Bull [1901]

Total Issues: 102

Mainly non-fiction, but contained the occasional story.

Issues & Index Sources:  14-Dec-1901 – 19-Nov-1903: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

John Bull [1906]

Total Issues: 2792

Became a slick on American lines after World War II; by the time of its demise it had absorbed such similar magazines as The Passing Show, News Review, The Illustrated (1958) and Everybody's Weekly (1959); it published little fiction until after WW2 when it started to feature Agatha Christie, Nicholas Monsarrat, N.J. Crisp, Gerald Kersh, J.B. Priestley.

Note that it was called "John Bull Everybody's Weekly" for a while in 1959 at least after the merger with Everybody's Weekly.

Available in bound editions at Colindale.

Continued as Today which was itself incorporated into Weekend.

Issues & Index Sources

  12-May-1906 – 4-Oct-1958: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  11-Oct-1958 – 27-Dec-1958, as John Bull and Illustrated
  3-Jan-1959 – 2-May-1959, as John Bull Illustrated: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  9-May-1959 – 20-Feb-1960, as John Bull: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

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Publishers

  1906 – ?: Horatio Bottomley
  ? – 1960: Odhams Press

Editors

  1906 – 1921: Horatio Bottomley
  Edward Roffe Thompson
  in 1950s: Jack Trevor Story (fiction editor)
  1957 – 1960: John F. Broxholme (assistant editor)

Formats

  tabloid

Frequency

  weekly

John Chance vs. Dread: The Apocalypse

Total Issues: 1

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Summer/Fall 1975: Miller/Contento
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John Creasey Mystery Magazine

Total Issues: 90

The (John) Creasey Mystery Magazine was a high-quality mystery and detective digest that ran for 90 issues between 1956 and 1965, mainly on a monthly basis. It was initially titled The Creasey Mystery Magazine and mainly featured reprint stories selected by Creasey, but was renamed to John Creasey Mystery Magazine when Creasey took over publication in October 1957, and thereafter featured a sprinkling of new stories both by old favourites and new authors.

Issues & Index Sources

  Aug-1956 – Sep-1957, as The Creasey Mystery Magazine: Crime Fiction Index
  Oct-1957 – Apr-1965, as John Creasey Mystery Magazine: Crime Fiction Index

Publishers

  Aug-1956 – Aug-1957: Dalrow Publishing, Bolton
  Sep-1957 – Apr-1965: Creasey Mystery Magazine, London

Editors

  Aug-1956 – Aug-1957: Leslie Syddall
  Sep-1957 – Apr-1965: John Creasey

Formats

  Aug-1956 – Aug-1957: large digest
  Sep-1957 – Apr-1965: digest

Frequency

  monthly but dropped to quarterly Spring 1963 - Mar-1964 and again for last issue
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John Creasey Mystery Magazine (Australia)

Total Issues: 5?

Five issues of John Creasey Mystery Magazine have been located which have identical contents and issue numbers to the main sequence, but are dated four months later. Although there is nothing on the issues to indicate their source, this was a common pattern for Australian Reprint Editions of crime digests at that time, so it is assumed this is an Australian edition of the magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Feb-1958? – Jun-1958?: Crime Fiction Index (Missing: any issues before Feb-1958 or after Jun-1958)
Editors:   John Creasey
Formats:   digest
Frequency:   monthly
 
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John Creasey Mystery Magazine (US)

Total Issues: 4?

Four issues of John Creasey Mystery Magazine have been located which have identical contents and issue numbers to the main sequence, but have stickers on the cover identifying them as a "Special U.S. Edition", with a price of 35 cents and dates ranging from January to March (presumably 1959).

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1959 – Mar-1959?: Crime Fiction Index (Missing: any issue after Mar-1959)
Editors:   John Creasey
Formats:   digest
Frequency:   monthly
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John Martin's Book: The Child’s Magazine

Heavily illustrated children's magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  1912 – Feb-1933: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Editors:   John Martin & Helen Waldo
Frequency:   monthly
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John o' London's Weekly

Total Issues: 1574+169=1743

A light, popular magazine of the arts; featured a short story each issue. Merged with Time & Tide.

Issues & Index Sources

  12-Apr-1919 – 10-Sep-1954: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  8-Oct-1959 – 27-Dec-1962, as John o' London's

Publishers

  12-Apr-1919 – 10-Sep-1954: George Newnes, London
  8-Oct-1959 – 27-Dec-1962: Ernest Kay

Editors

  1919 – ?: Wilfred Whitten
  8-Oct-1959 – 27-Dec-1962: Ernest Kay

Formats

  tabloid newspaper

Frequency

  weekly


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