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Titanic Tales

Country: US
Total Issues: 1

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1998: Science Fiction Index

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Tit-Bits

Country: UK
Total Issues: 5107 (to 1984)

The weekly which began a revolution in British popular journalism, leading to near-imitators such as Alfred Harmsworth's Answers and exerting a longer-term influence on the cheap newspapers of the 20th century. Primarily a gathering of "human interest" snippets and other useless knowledge, it also featured short stories and even full-length fiction serials such as Grant Allen's "What's Bred in the Bone" (1891) and Rider Haggard's "The People of the Mist" (1893 - 1894). In 1967 it ran a short sf series, "Into the Fantastic," with stories by Tom Boardman, William F. Nolan, Chris Priest, Isaac Asimov, Frederic Brown, William F. Temple, David Rome, etc. Current circulation 150,000.

Issues & Index Sources

  22-Oct-1881 – 1984: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  George Newnes, London

Editors

  1881: George Newnes
  1882 – 1890: Peter Keary
  1890 – 1918: Galloway Fraser
  1918 – 1946: Leonard Crocombe
  1946 – 1964: Trevor Henley
  1965: Eric Grimshaw
  1966: R.T. Payne
  1967 – 1968: H. Weisbloom
  1969: Perrot Phillips

Formats

  tabloid

Frequency

  weekly; now monthly

Related Sites

  Wikipedia

Mentioned in:   The Age of the Storytellers
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Titbits for Little Folks

Country: UK
Total Issues: 1 (unnumbered)

Issues & Index Sources:  17-Nov-1900
Publishers:   Newnes


Tit-Bits Novels

Country: UK

Companion to Tit-Bits, typically published a novelette (or two short stories) and a serial segment.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1911 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   George Newnes, London
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   32pp
Frequency:   weekly

Titter

Country: US
Total Issues: 65

A cheesecake magazine with collectible cover artists.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1943 – Apr-1955
Publishers:   Titter Inc., NY
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TLMA

Country: US
Total Issues: 6

TLMA stands for "The Little Monsters of America", which was a science fiction club co-founded by Lynne Hickman and Wilkie Connor, with a roster of around 300 members that lasted from 1951 till 1952. TLMA was the official organ.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1951 – Oct-1952
Editors:   Lynn Hickman & Carole Hickman
Related Sites:   ZineWiki
 

T-Negative

Country: US
Total Issues: 32

Star Trek fanzine that published a lot of fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1969 – Mar-1979
Publishers:   Mark Lenard International Fan Club
Editors:   Ruth Berman
Related Sites:   FanLore

Toadstool Wine

Country: US
Total Issues: 1

A "sampler" containing separate sections assembled by the editors of six small press magazines. With the exception of Whispers, which reprinted material already published, the contents were all unpublished material taken from the magazines' current inventory.

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 1975: Science Fiction Index
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Toast of Tangiers

Country: UK

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1950
Publishers:   The Park Trading Company, 14 Portland Road, London W11
Formats:   7" x 9.5"
Pagecounts:   36pp


Toby

Country: UK
Total Issues: 116

Incorporates: Wonderful Playthings from-Jan-1925

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1921 – Apr-1931: Story Paper Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Sphinx, 17 Trotters Court, London E.C.4; Odhams Press; Coming Fashions Ltd., 222 Strand, London WC3 (in 1927)
Editors:   G. Heath Robinson; F. Knowles Campling; Gwyn Evans
Prices:   7d except vol.2 no.4 (Dec 1922) 1/-
Pagecounts:   32pp
Frequency:   monthly

Toby Press Review

Country: US

A preview booklet containing chapters from forthcoming Toby Press books.

Issues & Index Sources:  1999 – ?
Publishers:   Toby Press
Frequency:   three times a year

To-Day [1893]

Country: UK
Total Issues: 611

Published one or two short stories and a serial each issue. Authors include Jerome and Pain, Kipling, Stevenson, Bret Harte. Published some weird fiction -- last serial was Allen Upward's "Necrolite" (1905), at which point it merges with merges with London Opinion.

Note: there was an earlier To-Day, probably a monthly, which serialized George Bernard Shaw's novels "An Unsocial Socialist" and "Cashel Byron's Profession" in 1884 - 1886. T.P.'s Weekly also renamed itself To-Day in 1916.

Issues & Index Sources

  11-Nov-1893 – 19-Jul-1905

Publishers

  1893 – 1897: W.A. Dunkerly
  1897 – 1905: Horatio Bottomley

Editors

  1893 – 1897: Jerome K. Jerome
  1897 – 1899: Barry Pain
  1900 – 1901: George Wedlake
  1902 – 1904: Frank Rutter & Ladbroke Black
  1904 – 1905: Ladbroke Black

Formats

  tabloid newspaper

Frequency

  weekly

Mentioned in:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3, The Age of the Storytellers

Online Sources

  Online Books

To-Day [1916]

Country: UK
Total Issues: 36+58=94

Initially this was simply a retitling of T.P.'s Weekly but in March 1917 Jackson launched a "new series" which was effectively a completely different magazine - a review concentrating on arts and poetry with occasional stories - which ran for six years and then merged with Life and Letters.

Issues & Index Sources

  6-May-1916 – 6-Jan-1917
  Mar-1917 – Dec-1923: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

#merges with Life and Letters

Editors

  Holbrook Jackson

Frequency

  6-May-1916 – 6-Jan-1917: weekly
  Mar-1917 – Sep-1920: monthly
  Dec-1920 – Dec-1923: quarterly

Mentioned in:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

Today [1950]

Country: US

Weekly supplement to The Philadelphia Inquirer which published a number of stories by Ray Bradbury in the 1950s.

Issues & Index Sources:  1940s – 1970s: FictionMags Index (partial issues only)
Frequency:   weekly?

Today [1960]

Country: UK

Straplined "The New John Bull," it had replaced that older weekly in 1960; "short stories 2000 - 4000 words; fiction serials from 3 to 5 instalments of 3500 - 4500 words each".

Issues & Index Sources

  27-Feb-1960 – 15-Aug-1964

#merges with Weekend (Magazine)

Publishers

  Odhams Press Ltd, 189 High Holborn, London WC1

Editors

  1960 – 1964: Charles Stainsby
  1960 – 1964: John F. Broxholme (assistant editor)

Frequency

  weekly

Today's Family

Country: US

Short-lived women's magazine that published fiction in each issue including an Ellery Queen story in the first issue.

Issues & Index Sources:  Feb-1953 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Ideal Publishing Corp.
Editors:   Geraldine E. Rhoads


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