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    The Humanist [v68 #4, July/August 2008] ed. Jennifer Bardi (American Humanist Society, 50pp)
    “The Literature Issue”, partial Table of Contents: Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 10 · Dedicated Writers · John G. Rodwan, Jr. · rv; illustrated by photos; review essay, largely about Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great, but also by extension about Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, and Salman Rushdie.
    • 15 · Mapping Metaphor: This Is Your Brain on Figurative Language · Kenneth W. Krause · es; illustrated by photos
    • 17 · Paradiso · Temple Cone · pm
    • 17 · Of Crows · Temple Cone · pm; illustrated by photo
    • 18 · This Is the Time for Which We Have Been Waiting · Joyce Carol Oates · pm; illustrated by photo; inspired by a letter from William Carlos Williams to James Laughlin, reprinted as headnote.
    • 20 · The Moon Doth Shine as Bright as Day · Philip Pullman · es; illustrated by photos; speech transcript/rewrite.
    • 25 · The Walled Society · Jorge Majfud; translated by Bruce Campbell · ss; illustrated by ?
    • 28 · The Age of Barbaria · Jorge Majfud; translated by Bruce Campbell · vi
    • 30 · The Two-Headed Calf: Poetry and the Experience of Being Human · Barry Klassel · es; illustrated by ?
    • 34 · How to Fetch Firewood · Michelle Tandoc-Pichereau · pm; illustrated by photos
    • 35 · Kite Poem · Joyce Carol Oates · pm
    • 35 · My Country ’Tis of Thee · Cleo Fellers Kocol · pm
    • 36 · Church & State: Fanning the Flames: The “Golden Age” of American Book Burning · Rob Boston · cl
    • 38 · First Person: In Praise of Bookishness · Lancelot Kirby · cl; illustrated by Ares
    • 40 · The Ten-Cent Plague by David Hajdu · Howard Schneider · br





    Humanity [v1 #1, December 6, 1935] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Only the fiction contents, together with a serial by the editor about the events in a haunted house she once lived in, are listed. Details supplied by John Eggeling.




    Humanity [v1 #4, December 27, 1935] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 25 · [untitled] · Marjorie Bowen · ss; a story without a title about a man who, getting into the mood to write a ghost story, scares himself witless.





    Humanity [v1 #8, January 24, 1936] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 25 · In the Dark · Jean Roy · ss; Yes, the author is Jean _Roy_.
    • 29 · The Haunted House That Vibrated with Evil [Part 2 of 4] · Violet Van der Elst · ts







    Humpty Dumpty’s Magazine for Little Children   (about)
    Published monthly (except for June and August) by The Better Reading Foundation / editorial office in New York city; published in Nashville Tennesee.
    Editor in Chief: Humpty Dumpty.
    Chairman and Publisher: George J. Hecht, publisher, Parents’ Magazine.
    Editorial Director: Rubie Saunders.
    Managing Editor: Patricia Kiensle Ross.
    Eight Advisory Editors listed, including anthologist Phyllis Fenner.




    Humpty Dumpty’s Magazine for Little Children [v16, #160, September 1968] (50¢, 122pp, digest)
    Cover (artist not identified) depicts a pink hippopotamus and a frightened-looking monkey surfboarding; the hippo is wearing a purple polkadot fullbody swim suit and a red inner tube (and has just lost his sailor’s cap); the monkey is wearing blue swim trunks and is covering his eyes—and there’s not much of a wave. Prose fiction only listed. Details supplied by Denny Lien.















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