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    Fireside Fiction (online) [April 2017]
    Details taken from magazine website.
    • It Happened to Me: I Was Brought Back to Avenge My Death, but Chose Justice Instead · Nino Cipri · vi
    • The Hulder’s Husband Says Don’t · Kate Lechler · vi









    Five-Cent Adventures    (about)
    One of the “Nickel Series” of magazines which, along with Five-Cent Detective, Five-Cent Flying Stories and Five-Cent Western, was registered for copyright in 1932. Nothing else is known about the magazine which is believed to have lasted for at most 1 issue and may never have been published.


    Five-Cent Detective    (about)
    One of the “Nickel Series” of magazines, along with Five-Cent Adventures, Five-Cent Flying Stories and Five-Cent Western published in 1932. Nothing else is known about the magazine which is believed to have lasted for only 1 issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Rainbow Publishing Corp.; Myrick Building, Springfield, MA: Five-Cent Detective



    Five-Cent Flying Stories    (about)
    One of the “Nickel Series” of magazines which, along with Five-Cent Adventures, Five-Cent Detective and Five-Cent Western, was registered for copyright in 1932. Nothing else is known about the magazine which is believed to have lasted for at most 1 issue and may never have been published.


    Five-Cent Western    (about)
    One of the “Nickel Series” of magazines which, along with Five-Cent Adventures, Five-Cent Detective and Five-Cent Flying Stories, was registered for copyright in 1932. Nothing else is known about the magazine which is believed to have lasted for at most 1 issue and may never have been published.


    5-Detective Mysteries    (about)
    Short-lived detective pulp about which very little is known.

    • Publishers:
      • Dell Publishing Co., Inc.; 149 Madison Avenue, New York, NY: 5-Detective Mysteries

    • Editors:





    5 Detective Novels Magazine    (about)
    A reprint magazine selecting mostly from other Standard Magazines of the late 1930s/early 1940s but later from American Magazine and Black Mask. Some sources list an 18th issue, Winter 1954, but Cook/Miller state this does not exist.

    • Publishers:
      • Standard Magazines, Inc.; 29 Worthington Street, Springfield, MA: 5 Detective Novels Magazine

    • Editors:
      • Harvey Burns - Editor: 5 Detective Novels Magazine, Nov 1949 – Sum 1951.
      • David X. Manners - Editor: 5 Detective Novels Magazine, Fll 1951 – Fll 1952.
      • Morris Ogden Jones - Editor: 5 Detective Novels Magazine, Wtr 1953 – Fll 1953.








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