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Naked Kiss

Total Issues: 2

Short-lived hardboiled/noir magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  1994 – Summer 1995: Crime Fiction Index
Publishers:   Scarlett Fever Press, 3160 Brady Lake Road, Ravenna, Ohio 44266
Editors:   Wayne A. Harold
Prices:   $4.95
Pagecounts:   48
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Naked Truth

Gothic fanzine that published some fiction by Brian Stableford.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1990s

Nameless Magazine

Total Issues: 3

Subtitled the "Biannual Journal of the Macabre, Esoteric and Intellectual", Nameless aims to "to meld divergent (even challenging) critical perspectives on a variety of subjects -- fiction, music, art, film, social commentary -- and present them with the best content (literary, artistic, and, in the case of the website, multimedia) we can muster from the genres of horror, science fiction, magical realism, slipstream, and dark fantasy".

Issues & Index Sources:  Summer 2012 – Spring/Summer 2013: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Cicatrix Press
Editors:   Jason V. Brock & S.T. Joshi
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Nan's Novels

see under Love Stories

Nantucket Review

#5 was published in 1975

Issues & Index Sources:  early 1970s – 1986
Publishers:   Nantucket, Massachusetts

The NASFA Shuttle

Official newsletter and 'zine of the North Alabama Science Fiction Association that occasionally published some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  1980? – present
Publishers:   The North Alabama Science Fiction Association, P.O.Box 4857, Huntsville, AL 35815-4857

Nash's Magazine

Total Issues: 66+150+29+72+2+22+6=347

Mostly fiction, including Algernon Blackwood, William Hope Hodgson, Oliver Onions, Marie Belloc Lowndes ("The Lodger" Jan-1911).

Merged with Pall Mall Magazine in 1914; re-separated May-1927; re-merged with Pall Mall Magazine in 1929. A separate Nash's Annual appeared in 1938 and 1940 and this was revived after the War and certainly saw issues from 1946-49.

Issues & Index Sources

  Apr-1909 – Sep-1914: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  Oct-1914 – Apr-1927, as Nash's and Pall Mall Magazine: FictionMags Index (incomplete)
  May-1927 – Sep-1929, as Nash's Magazine
  Oct-1929 – Sep-1935, as Nash's Pall Mall Magazine: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  Oct-1935 – Nov-1935, as New Nash's Pall Mall Magazine
  Dec-1935 – Sep-1937, as Nash's Pall Mall Magazine

#merges with Good Housekeeping (UK)

  Summer 1938 to Christmas 1938, as Nash's Annual
  Christmas 1946 to Christmas 1949, as Nash's Annual


  Apr-1909 – Jan-1911: Eveleigh Nash
  Feb-1911 – Sep-1937: Hearst's National Magazine Company


  1909 – 1911: James Eveleigh Nash
  1911 – 1914: Perriton Maxwell
  1915 – 1924: J.Y. McPeake
  1924 – 1928: Alice Maud Head & Ivor Nicholson
  1929 – 1930: Alice Maud Head & Ivor Brown
  1930 – 1933: George Doran
  1933 – 1937: Richard L. Mealand


  Apr-1909 – Jan-1910: standard, pulp
  Feb-1910 – Sep-1911: standard, white weave paper
  Oct-1911 – Sep-1934: standard, glossy



Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers
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Nash's Weekly

Total Issues: 41

A bright heavily illustrated story paper; authors include William Hope Hodgson (later Carnacki stories), E.F. Benson (serialized "Queen Lucia," 1920), Rafael Sabatini, A.E.W. Mason, Algernon Blackwood.

Issues & Index Sources

  14-Jun-1919 – 30-Aug-1919
  6-Sep-1919 – 10-Jul-1920, as Nash's Illustrated Weekly: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)


  14-Jun-1919 – 10-Apr-1920: Periodical Publishing Co. [Nash], London
  17-Apr-1920 – 10-Jul-1920: Hutchinson's


  14-Jun-1919 – 10-Apr-1920: Eveleigh Nash


  tabloid, illustrated




  14-Jun-1919 – 30-Aug-1919: 16pp
  6-Sep-1919 – 10-Jul-1920: 48pp


  weekly, but missed some issues in 1920

Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers

Nassau Review

Issues & Index Sources:  1964 – present
Publishers:   English Dept., Nassau Community College, One Education Drive, Garden City, NY 11530-6793 (in 1998 - 2002)
Editors:   Paul A. Doyle (in 1998 - 2002)
Frequency:   annual
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

Nasty Piece of Work

Total Issues: 14

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-1996 – Jan-2000: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Petersfield, Hants
Editors:   David A. Green
Formats:   A5
Prices:   £1.50
Pagecounts:   80
Frequency:   quarterly
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The Nation [1865]

Primarily a political journal, modelled on the UK publication The Spectator.

Issues & Index Sources

  6-Jul-1865 – present: Index to Periodical Literature (Poole: 1865 - 1906 only; FicMags sample issues only)
FictionMags Index


  1865 – ?: Frederick Law Olmstead
  1881 – ?: New York Evening Post



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The Nation [1900]

"If you turn to the English magazines, you will find a certain form of conte of narrow range developed to a point of high literary merit in such a paper as the Nation or the New Statesman"; absorbed The Athenaeum.

Issues & Index Sources

  ? – 1907, as The Speaker
  1907 – 19-Feb-1921, as The Nation
  26-Feb-1921 – 21-Feb-1931, as The Nation and Athenaeum: FictionMags Index (partial issues only)

#merges with The New Statesman


  Henry William Massingham (1907 - 1923)



Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

The National

Amtrak's onboard magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 2010s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Amtrak

National Brain Power

Short-run failure in the otherwise wildly successful Bernarr Macfadden chain in the '20s. It was intended as a companion to the flagship Physical Culture.

Issues & Index Sources

  Sep-1921 – Aug-1922, as National Pictorial Brain Power Monthly: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
  Sep-1922 – May-1924, as National Brain Power: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

#merges with Physical Culture (US)


  The Contructive Publishing Corp.


  Sep-1921 – 1922: Harold E. Bessom
  in 1922: Arthur Howland
  in 1923: F. Orlin Tremaine



National Detective (Cases)

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-1941 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Real Detective Tales Inc., 4600 Diversey Ave., Chicago, IL, then 1050 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, IL, from early 1940s
Frequency:   quarterly
Sources:   Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines

The National Era

Total Issues: 690

This magazine was the successor to Baltimore Saturday Visiter. Abolitionist magazine; serialized "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (Jun-1851 - Apr-1852); other authors include Nathaniel Hawthorne, Gail Hamilton (Mary Dodge), John Greenleaf Whittier. Absorbed by Principia in 1860.

Note: there was a New National Era and Citizen from 22-May-1873 - 26-Feb-1874 (40 issues) published by Frederick Douglass. Not sure if this also published fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  7-Jan-1847 – 22-Mar-1860
Editors:   Gamaliel Bailey
Frequency:   weekly

The National Farmer and Home Magazine

"A Journal of Instructive Literature and Choice Stories".

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1900s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Lane's List, Augusta, Maine
Frequency:   monthly

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