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    Cosmic Crime Stories    (about)
    A print science fiction mystery magazine containing fiction, illustrations, articles, and interviews, and published biannually.

    • Publishers:
      • Sam’s Dot Publishing; P.O. Box 782, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52406-0782: Cosmic Crime Stories, Jan 2011 – Jul 2012.
      • White Cat Publications, LLC.; 33080 Industrial Road, Suite 101, Livonia, MI 48150: Cosmic Crime Stories, Jan 2013—.

    • Editors:
      • Karen L. Newman - Editor: Cosmic Crime Stories, Jan 2011 – Jul 2011.
      • Tyree Campbell - Editor: Cosmic Crime Stories, Jul 2012.
      • J. Alan Erwine - Editor: Cosmic Crime Stories, Jan 2013—.









    Cosmic Stories    (about)

    • Publishers:
      • Albing Publications; Holyoke, MA: Cosmic Stories

    • Editors:
      • Donald A. Wollheim - Editor: Cosmic Stories
      • Jerry Albert - Managing Editor: Cosmic Stories







    Cosmopolitan    (about)

              The Cosmopolitan—USA; Mar. 1886- ; Joseph N. Hallock (1886-1889), John Brisben Walker (1889-1905), William Randolph Hearst (1905- ); monthly; standard format, on coated stock, often with colour illustrations, it became a big slick with the Sep. 1916 issue; editors Joseph N. Hallock (1886-1889), John Brisben Walker (1889-1905), Ray Long (1918-1931); although failing when taken over in 1889, it became a success under Walker in the 1890s, dropping its price to 10 cents in competition with the new-model magazines such as McClure’s and Munsey’s; it serialized Wells’s “The War of the Worlds” (1897) and “The First Men in the Moon” (1900-1901); other authors included Maxim Gorky, W. W. Jacobs, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur B. Reeve; went through a muck-raking period in the 1900s but switched heavily to fiction in 1912; absorbed Hearst’s International, Mar. 1925.





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