The FictionMags Index
Index by Date: Page 1400
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Dancyger, Irene (fl. 1970s) (items)
- A Place of Extraordinary Delight: Warwick Castle, (ar) Harlequin’s Woman v2 #8, 1974
- Castle Howard: “A Noble Pile, Magnificently Great”, (ar) Harlequin’s Woman v2 #11, 1974
- Hatfield—Haunt of Kings, (ms) Harlequin’s Woman v3 #3, 1975
- Burghley House, (ar) The Harlequin Magazine v3 #6, 1975
- Travel, (cl) The Harlequin Magazine v3 #8, 1975
- York, (ar) The Harlequin Magazine v3 #8, 1975
- Dancing Daffodils, (ss) Harlequin v4 #6, 1976
Dandenell, Karl (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items)
- Human Faces, (ss) Perihelion February 12 2015
- Packrat Machine, (ss) Perihelion January 12 2016
- Comes the Tinker, (ss) Metaphorosis October 2016
- Three Breaths, (ss) Perihelion January 12 2017
- Papa Pedro’s Children, (ss) Metaphorosis July 2017
- We Who Stay Behind, (vi) Fireside Magazine #45, August 2017
- On the Snark Watch, (ss) Perihelion January 12 2018
- Just Another Night on Telegraph, (vi) Factor Four Magazine #1, April 2018
- Seven Cups of Landfall, (pm) Dreams and Nightmares #115, May 2020
- Sullied Flesh, (ss) Speculative North #3, December 2020
- The Last Feast of Silas the Wizard, (ss) Stupefying Stories #23, March 2021
- The Witch’s Oath, (vi) DreamForge Anvil #8, Perception 2022
- The Last Best Day of Antonio Silveri, PhD., (ss) On Spec #121, 2022
Dandridge, Danske; [i.e., Caroline “Danske” Dandridge] (1854-1914) (about) (items)
- The Sea-Spell, (pm) The Cosmopolitan June 1887
- The Last Night, (pm) The Cosmopolitan October 1887
- The Hermit Knight, (pm) The Cosmopolitan January 1888
- The Dream, (pm) The Cosmopolitan March 1888
- The Struggle, (pm) The Century Magazine April 1888
- The Faithless Lover and the Moon, (pm) The Cosmopolitan May 1888
- Folly Land, (??) The Century Magazine July 1888
- The Singing Heart, (pm) The Cosmopolitan February 1889
- Mockery, (pm) The Smart Set August 1900
- Afterward, (pm) The Cosmopolitan March 1901
- Invocation, (pm) Putnam’s Monthly February 1907
- The White Rose, (pm) Lippincott’s Magazine November 1914
- Indian-Summer, (pm)
Dane, Alex (items)
- Wood Goes to War, (ar) Man January 1945
- Wool on the Way, (ar) Man January 1945
- These Are Wool’s Enemies, (ar) Man February 1945
- Whaling Days and Ways, (ar) Man March 1945
- Planner of a Capital, (ar) Man May 1945
- Seven Equals Sixty, (ar) Man July 1945
- The Infernal Triangle, (ar) Man November 1945
- Th’ Push, (ar) Man November 1945
- Hints to Young Criminals, (ar) Man May 1946
- Stunting for Stars, (ar) Man June 1946
- Pests - Local and Imported, (ar) Man August 1946
- Double-Crosser, (ar) Man September 1946
Dane, Clemence; pseudonym of Winifred Ashton (1888-1965) (about) (items)
- The King Waits, (ss) The Sphere November 1918
- A Bill of Divorcement, (pl) Everybody’s February 1922
- The Dearly Beloved of Benjamin Cobb, (ss) Nash’s and Pall Mall Magazine April 1923
- Lover, (ss) Pictorial Review April 1924
- The Way Things Happen, (ss) Hutchinson’s Magazine April 1924
- Spinsters’ Rest, (nv) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine September 1925
- Porphetic Ariel, (ss) The Radio Times December 24 1926
- Third Person Singular, (na) Heinemann, 1927
- What Is Youth?, (ss) Hutchinson’s Magazine March 1927
- A Traveller Returns, (pl) The Argosy (UK) January 1928
- Enter Sir John [Sir John Saumarez] (with Helen Simpson), (sl) Cosmopolitan September 1928, etc.
- “I Believe in Imagination”, (ar) Cassell’s Magazine October 1930
- Beryl in Broad Street, (rr) The Listener March 4 1931
- Beryl Takes the Consequences, (rr) The Listener March 25 1931
- In Defence of Human Cats, (ar) The New London Magazine #8, June 1931
- The Bridge You Never Cross, (ar) The New London Magazine #14, December 1931
- Gardens and Markets, (ar) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine June 1932
- Holidays—Then and Now, (ar) Cassell’s Magazine August 1932
- Shakespeare’s Plays as Short Stories, (sa) The Strand Magazine March 1934
- The Taming of the Shrew, (sa) The Strand Magazine March 1934
- Godfather Death, (nv) The Fairies Return, Peter Davies, 1934
- Nightly She Sings, (ss) Fate Cries Out by Clemence Dane, Doubleday, Doran, 1935
- The Emancipation of Mrs. Morley, (ss) The Passing Show May 4 1935
- The Valiant Little Tailor, (ss) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine October 1935
- Can the Artist Survive in This Modern World?, (ar) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine November 1935
- Queen of the South, (nv) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine December 1935
- Love—A Delusion of the West, (ar) Nash’s—Pall Mall Magazine February 1936
- The Street Called Strand, (ar) The Strand Magazine October 1941
- Winter Approaches: Covent Garden—1941, (pm) The Strand Magazine November 1941
- Covent Garden, (ex) Michael Joseph, 1964
- The Godson, (ss) Woman’s Journal August 1964
- At the Vicarage, (rr) The Floating Admiral by Members of the Detection Club, Hodder & Stoughton, 1931
Dane, Donald; pseudonym of Dugald Matheson Cumming-Skinner (1902-1956) (items)
- The Jackeroo Witch-Doctor [Sam Sawyers; Jack Walters], (ss) The Triumph March 31 1928
- The Team They Couldn’t Keep Down, (sl) The Triumph November 3 1928, etc.
- On the Trail of the Lost Ivory [Sky-Cops of the Jungle], (ss) The Triumph January 5 1929
- Up Against Aerial Poachers [Sky-Cops of the Jungle], (ss) The Triumph January 19 1929
- In Quest of the Lost Explorers [Sky-Cops of the Jungle], (ss) The Triumph January 26 1929
- Grabbing the Gun-Runners [Sky-Cops of the Jungle], (ss) The Triumph February 16 1929
- Trailing the Missing Airship [Sky-Cops of the Jungle], (ss) The Triumph February 23 1929
- Rivals of Legacy Isle, (sl) The Triumph March 2 1929, etc.
- The Four-Legged Phantom, (sl) The Triumph January 11 1930
- The Round the World Race Stars, (sl) The Triumph March 14 1931
- Trail-Blazers o’ the Polar Underseas! [Punch Morgan], (sl) The Triumph July 4 1931, etc.
- Pals of the Flying Wonder [Stunt Kennedy], (sl) The Triumph December 26 1931
- The Deadshot Ranger [Sgt. Derek Dunn], (ss) The Triumph June 11 1932, etc.
- Whippets o’ War, (sl) The Triumph November 19 1932, etc.
- Know-All Noel [Noel Green], (ss) The Triumph January 28 1933, etc.
- Rubberneck [Chic Rogers], (ss) The Triumph April 1 1933
- Rival Speedsters of the Iron Way! [Nippy Bates], (ss) The Triumph July 1 1933
- Newsboy Ned - Railroad ’Tec [Ned Simes], (ss) The Triumph July 29 1933
- The Robot Ju-Ju, (sl) The Triumph November 4 1933, etc.
- Iron Egan—Rail Road Boss [Iron Egan], (sl) The Triumph February 10 1934, etc.
- Dreadnought Donovan [Dreadnought Donovan], (ss) The Triumph May 19 1934, etc.
- The Tec from the Jungle, (sl) The Triumph August 4 1934, etc.
- D.D.’s Gramaphone Wangle [Dreadnought Donovan], (ss) The Triumph September 8 1934
- The Robot Outlaw, (ss) The Triumph September 15 1934
- D.D. Out for Promotion [Dreadnought Donovan], (ss) The Triumph October 6 1934
- Boss of Roughneck Isle, (sl) The Triumph November 17 1934, etc.
- Catapult Cowboy Kit [Kit Green], (sl) The Triumph August 17 1935, etc.
- The Flying Outlaw [Captain Nick Fury], (sl) The Triumph November 16 1935, etc.
- The Robot Gold-Hunter [Jim Barnes; Bouncer Dunn], (ss) The Triumph March 21 1936
- King of the Tree-Tops [Tomi], (ss) The Triumph May 30 1936, etc.
- That One-Wheel Wonder! [Betcha Barnes], (ss) The Triumph September 19 1936, etc.
- Leader of the Missing Thirteen [Big Bill Brown], (sl) The Triumph January 16 1937, etc.
- The Fighting Furies [Big Bill Brown], (ss) The Triumph June 12 1937, etc.
- Stormy Peters [Captain Stormy Peters], (ss) The Triumph March 26 1938, etc.
- Help the Hire-Purchase Soccer Team [Napper Nixon], (ss) The Triumph November 5 1938, etc.
- The Flying Cowboy [Kit Loree], (sl) The Triumph April 1 1939, etc.
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