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    Craftsman [January 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craftsman [August 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craftsman [September 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craftsman [October 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craftsman [November 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craftsman [December 1916]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Craig Rice Crime Digest    (about)
    Short-lived experiment containing “current best-sellers” digested by the best-selling Craig Rice “for smooth, speedy reading of your favourite mystery writers”. It only lasted for two issues.

    • Publishers:
      • Anson Bond Publications, Inc.; 913 La Cienaga Blvd., Hollywood 46, CA: Craig Rice Crime Digest

    • Editors:




    The Craig Rice Mystery Digest    (about)
    The Craig Rice Mystery Digest contained four abridged novels and, although in digest form, was really an anthology issued as #12 in the “Bonded Collection”. In effect, it served as a trial balloon for Craig Rice Crime Digest which was to be launched later in the year.

    • Publishers:
      • Anson Bond Publications, Inc.; 913 La Cienaga Blvd., Hollywood 46, CA: Craig Rice Mystery Digest

    • Editors:



    Crampton’s Magazine
    This is the one which began life as Chapman’s Magazine of Fiction, published by Chapman & Hall, then by New Century Press, then by Anthony Traherne & Co., London, from May 1895-Aug. 1898 (40 issues), retitled Crampton’s Magazine, Sep. 1898-Dec. 1902 (a further 52 issues). The editor for much of the run was Oswald Crawfurd, but by May 1902 he’d been replaced by one Harold Tremayne.



    Crank!    (about)

    • Publishers:
      • Broken Mirrors Press; Cambridge, MA: Crank!, #1 – 7.
      • Broken Mirrors Press; New York: Crank!, #8—.

    • Editors:















    Crawdaddy [September 1975] ed. Peter Knobler (Crawdaddy Publishing Company, Inc.)
    Details supplied by René Beaulieu.
    • Time of the Assassins · William Burroughs · cl
    • The Source of the Nile · Paul Williams · cl
    • The Firesign Theather Fun Page · [Various] · ms; mix of short stories, play, satire...
    • Stand Up and Be Comic—Shooting from the Hip with Lenny’s Children · Mark Jacobson · ar
    • The Road Not Taken—Myth, Politics and the Ecstasy of Extinction at Chappaquiddick · David Black · ar
    • Film—Shark Shocks Surfers at the Seashore · Patrick Snyder · mr
    • Books—Adams Rises After “Down” · Elizabeth Stone · br


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