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Male & Femail

Saturday magazine of the Daily Mail newspaper which occasionally published fiction including James Herbert's "Hallowe'en's Child" in 1988.

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1988
Publishers:   Mail Newspapers plc.
Formats:   A4
Prices:   free with newspaper
Frequency:   weekly

Male Mag

Total Issues: 8?

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-1947/Jan-1948 – Aug-1949: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   Star Publishing Corporation, Eliot Lodge, Eliot Gardens, Newquay, Cornwall

Malevolence

Total Issues: 4

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 199? – #4, 1997: Miller/Contento (Missing: #1, #2)
Editors:   Jennifer Helms
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Mammoth Adventure

Total Issues: 8

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1946 – Sep-1947: Pulp Magazine Index 1
Adventure Fiction Index
Publishers:   Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., Chicago
Editors:   Raymond A. Palmer
Formats:   standard pulp
Prices:   25c
Pagecounts:   180pp
Frequency:   bi-monthly
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Mammoth Detective

Total Issues: 33

Mammoth Detective was the older of the two mystery-detective pulp magazines published by Ziff-Davis, and weighed in initially with a massive 322 pages per issue and a planned monthly schedule. However the paper shortages during the war forced an irregular schedule closer to quarterly and a reduction in page count to 178 pages. After the war it briefly attained a monthly schedule but by then the writing was on the wall and it folded in late 1947 after a total of 33 issues.

Issues & Index Sources

  May-1942 – Sep-1947: Crime Fiction Index
Pulp Magazine Index 1

Publishers

  Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL.

Editors

  May-1942 – Feb-1947: B.G Davis
  Mar-1947 – Sep-1947: Raymond A. Palmer

Formats

  standard pulp

Prices

  25c

Pagecounts

  Pages varied from 322 at outset to 276 and then 178 from Aug-1945

Frequency

  May-1942 – Nov-1945: mostly quarterly
  Jan-1946 – May-1946: bi-monthly
  Jul-1946 – Sep-1947: monthly

Sources

  The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines
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Mammoth Mystery

Total Issues: 11

Mammoth Mystery was the second mystery-detective pulp magazine published by Ziff-Davis, appearing three years after Mammoth Detective. It weighed in initially with a massive 274 pages per issue but was hit by the paper shortages during the war and shrank to 178 pages.

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1945 – Aug-1947: Crime Fiction Index
Pulp Magazine Index 1

Publishers

  Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.

Editors

  Feb-1945 – Dec-1946: B.G Davis
  Feb-1947 – Aug-1947: Raymond A. Palmer

Formats

  standard pulp

Prices

  25c

Pagecounts

  274pp reducing to 178pp

Frequency

  bi-monthly from #2 (Jan-1946)

Sources

  The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines
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Mammoth Sky Birds

Total Issues: 1

Rebound issues of Sky Birds.

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1935: FictionMags Index
Adventure Fiction Index
Publishers:   Magazine Publishers, Inc. (Ace Magazines)
Formats:   standard pulp
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Mammoth Western

Total Issues: 51

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1945 – Jan-1951: Western Fiction Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.
Editors:   Raymond A. Palmer; Howard Browne
Formats:   standard pulp
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, The Pulp Western
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Mammoth Western Quarterly

Total Issues: 12

Quarterly rebinding of three issues of Mammoth Western.

Issues & Index Sources:  Summer 1948 – Spring 1951?: Western Fiction Index (Missing: all issues)
Publishers:   Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Man

Man's magazine with pin-ups, cartoons, features and fiction. At various times it spun off associated magazines with the same basic format called Man Junior and Pocket Man, as well as a pair of British reprint editions called The Man and Man Senior.

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-1936 – May-1974: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   K.G. Murray Pub. Co., Sydney; Gordon & Gotch (in 1960s)
Editors:   J. Semler (in 1954); Damien Broderick (in 1971)
Formats:   slick
Frequency:   monthly
Related Sites:   www.collectingbooksandmagazines.com/man.html

The Man (UK)

British reprint edition of the Australian magazines Man and Pocket Man. For the first couple of issues, the magazine had no advertising whatsoever, had good quality card covers, featured re-edited and selected material that previously appeared in Australia together with editorials specially written for the British market, and carried the full title of "The Man, Empire Magazine for Men".

With the Feb-1939 issue, however, it dropped the sub-title, changed to digest format, and became a direct reprint of the Australian magazine (albeit in a different format) including all the original Australian advertisements. It was probably suspended at some point during World War II and, following the creation of Pocket Man in Australia, it started reprinting issues of that magazine, with the original issues of Man now being reprinted in a new magazine called Man Senior.

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1938 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   K.G. Murray Pub. Co., Sydney
Editors:   J. Semler (in 1954)
Formats:   slick (Oct-1938? - Jan-1939); digest (Feb-1939 - ?)
Frequency:   monthly
Related Sites:   www.collectingbooksandmagazines.com/man.html

Man (US)

American reprint edition of the Australian magazine Man, printed in Australia, containing re-edited material that had previously appeared in the Australian magazine and carrying no advertising of any kind.

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1951
Publishers:   K.G. Murray Pub. Co., Sydney
Formats:   slick
Frequency:   monthly
Related Sites:   www.collectingbooksandmagazines.com/man.html

Man About Town (UK)

Launched in 1952 by journalist John Taylor as a spin-off from The Tailor & Cutter, a trade journal, Man About Town is usually described as the first magazine for men published in the UK, although it was concerned mostly with fashion, unlike men's magazines then starting to appear in the USA. In 1960 it was taken over by Clive Labovitch and Michael Heseltine (later an MP) and published initially by a subsidiary of their Cornmarket Press, Fame Magazine Ltd. The magazine was glossy, well designed and tapped into the growing sixties scene with photography by Terence Donovan and David Bailey.

Issues & Index Sources

  Spring 1953 – Feb-1961: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
  Mar-1961 – Jun-1962, as About Town: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
  Jul-1962 – c. 1967, as Town (for Men): FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

Publishers

  Spring 1953 – 1960: The Tailor & Cutter Ltd.
  Spring 1960: Fame Magazine Ltd., 1 Lower James Street, London W.1.
  c. Jun-1961 – Jan-1962: Clive Labovitch & Michael Heseltine
  c. Aug-1962: Cornmarket Press Ltd., 86-88 Edgware Road, London W.2.
  c. Mar-1963: Cornmarket Magazines Ltd., 86-88 Edgware Road, London W.2.

Editors

  Spring 1960: Clive Labovitch & Michael Heseltine
  c. Jun-1961 – c. Sep-1961: David Hughes
  c. Nov-1961 – Jan-1962: Clive Labovitch
  c. Aug-1962 – ?: Nicholas Tomalin
  ?: Julian Critchley

Formats

  12 1/4" x 9 1/4"

Prices

  2/6d

Pagecounts

  76pp - 104pp

Frequency

  monthly

Man About Town (US)

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1939 – ?
Formats:   digest
Sources:   It's a Man's World

Mandrake

Literary magazine containing mainly poems and articles, but also some occasional fiction.

Issues & Index Sources

  May-1945 – 1956?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  May-1945 – Oct-1947: Mandrake, Wadham College, Oxford
  1949 – ?: 44 Cholmley Gardens, London NW6

Editors

  John Wain and/or Arthur Boyars

Frequency

  irregular

Manford's Monthly Magazine

A Universalist periodical that mainly ran religious material but also included the occasional short story.

Issues & Index Sources

  1859 – 1861
  1861 – 1895, as Manford's New Monthly Magazine: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

Editors

  Erasmus Manford & Mrs. H. B. Manford

Frequency

  monthly


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