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    Red Letter [Vol. 73 No. 16, April 25, 1970] (D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., 6d, 32pp) []
    Subtitled “The Paper for Good Stories” on the cover.
    • 2 · You and Me and He and She · [The Readers] · lc
    • 3 · Learning to Live—and Love—Again · [uncredited] · ss
    • 5 · Watch Barbara Black—She’s Dangerous [Part ? of ?] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 8 · Quick’n’Easy Cooking Guide · Noele Gordon · cl
    • 10 · The People You See on Television: The Duke of Bedford · Maurice Richards · cl
    • 12 · Her Father’s Wife · [uncredited] · ss
    • 15 · You’ll Be a Success if You Dream You’re a Barber · Peter Zadeus · ar
    • 16 · I Must Save My Baby [Part ? of ?] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 20 · The Life I Want to Forget · [uncredited] · ts
    • 22 · He Came from Out of the Night · [uncredited] · ss
    • 24 · How the Stars Chart Your Fate · [uncredited] · cl
    • 25 · But a Bride Must Sew Her Own Dreams! · Dr. Grant · ss
    • 27 · Speaking Personally · Jean Dixon · cl
    • 29 · “The Day Fate Stepped In” · [uncredited] · ss
    • 32 · Brush Up Your Hair · Jeanne d’Arcy · ms



    The Red Magazine   (about)
    The Red Magazine—UK; Jun. 1908-Sep. 1939 (620 issues); Harmsworth, London (Amalgamated Press); monthly (but twice-monthly Feb. 1910-Mar. 1918, and Jan. 1919-Sep. 1929); slightly undersized standard pulp, 160pp (176pp for first year), price 4d; reduced to 96pp (15 Apr. 1917), up to 112pp (15 Mar. 1919), back to 96pp (13 Aug. 1926); editor F. Ward (in 1934); an all-fiction magazine which published a high proportion of sf, fantasy and mystery in its first decade; shifted more to light romance in the 1920s, but reverted to more adventure-based stories in 1930s; authors included H. Rider Haggard (“Red Eve,” from Dec. 1910), Ethel M. Dell, James Barr, A. E. Ashford, Bertram Atkey, Coutts Brisbane, A. M. Burrage, William Hope Hodgson, M. P. Shiel, Edgar Wallace, J. Russell Warren, Fred M. White; indexed, sf, fantasy & mystery only, in George Locke, Search & Research #1, Nov. 1973.







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