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


    Milestones [December 1917]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).
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    • A Clause for Santa Claus · Jack Lait · ss


    Milestones [June 1918] (standard)
    Incomplete details taken from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


    Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine    (about)

    • Publishers:
      • GlobalNet Productions; Modesto, CA: Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine
      • JoPop Publications; Roswell, NM: Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine

    • Editors:
      • Lorraine Van Valkenburg - Editor: Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine
      • S. Joan Popek - Editor: Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine
















    The Million [v 1 # 1, March 26, 1892] ed. Geo. Newnes (1p, 8pp, 12" x 17½")
    Details supplied by Richard Bleiler.
    • 3-4 · Hearts of Gold and Hearts of Steel [Part 1 of ?] · Henry Herman · sl
    • 5-6 · Azoff the Spy · Anon. · ss




    Million: The Magazine of Popular Fiction [# 1, January-February 1991] ed. David Pringle (Popular Fictions, £1.95, 68pp, A4, cover by Hamza Arcan)
    Details supplied by Phil Stephensen-Payne.
    • 4 · Editorial · David Pringle · ed
    • 6 · Dick Francis: The Full S.P. · Stan Nicholls · ar [Dick Francis]; Profile of the bestselling author.
    • 12 · Slightly Foxed: Thud and Blunder · David Langford · cl; Investigates some crime writers’ bloopers.
    • 13 · “I’ve Been Lucky” [Colin Dexter] · Lisa Tuttle · iv; Top British detective novelist interviewed.
    • 18 · Dead as a Dodo [Insp. Morse] · Colin Dexter · ss; illus. Tony Todd
    • 24 · Turtles Unmasked! · Duncan Johnstone · ar; About the name-changed reptiles.
    • 25 · Nine Bloody Valentines · Paul McAuley · ar [James Ellroy]; Profile of the outspoken new master of US crime.
    • 30 · A Very Special Dinner · Mike Ashley · ar [Arthur Conan Doyle; Oscar Wilde]; Describes a very special dinner party.
    • 31 · How to be a Fighter [Sue Grafton] · Brendan Wignall · iv; Interview with the alphabet-murders lady.
    • 35 · The British Gangster Movie · Kim Newman · ar; A great film tradition rediscovered.
    • 39 · Classic Books About Popular Fiction, 1: Clubland Heroes by Richard Usborne · Paul Webb · ar [Richard Usborne]; A classic book about popular fiction.
    • 40 · Whatever Happened to Dennis Wheatley? · Stan Nicholls · ar [Dennis Wheatley]; His books are out of print, but Stan Nicholls remembers their heyday.
    • 44 · Passing the Baton · Andrew Lane · ar; On the passing of the baton from author to author: sequels by “other hands”.
    • 48 · Yesterday’s Bestsellers, 1: Marie Corelli · Brian Stableford · cl [Marie Corelli]; Her works now seem absurd: Brian Stableford shows how they once moved millions.
    • 53 · Romantic Resurgence · Mary Cadogan · br; Mary Cadogan re-acquaints herself with love stories.
    • 54 · Feral Children · Brian Stableford · br; On novels with a “Mother Was a Lovely Beast” theme.
    • 55 · Horrors Grotesque and Mundane · Mark Morris · br; His pick of 1990’s chillers.
    • 57 · Just a Mix of Words ’n’ Pix · Pete Crowther · br; On the birth of the graphic novel.
    • 58 · Thrillers · [Misc.] · br
    • 61 · Histories, Mysteries, etc. · [Misc.] · br
    • 65 · Non-Fiction Books About Popular Fiction—1990 · [Misc.] · bi



    Million: The Magazine of Popular Fiction [# 3, May-June 1991] ed. David Pringle (Popular Fictions, £1.95, 68pp, A4, cover by Mark Harrison)
    Details supplied by Phil Stephensen-Payne.
    • 4 · Readers’ Letters · The Readers · lt
    • 6 · Spinning Up with Leslie Thomas · Stan Nicholls · iv; A profile of the author of The Virgin Soldiers and many other novels.
    • 11 · W. Howard Baker · Jack Adrian · ob
    • 12 · Slightly Foxed: Bound and Gagged · David Langford · cl; On the Saint, gagged and bound.
    • 13 · Dragons and Beyond [Anne McCaffrey] · Jessica Palmer · iv; The Dragon Lady of SF is interviewed.
    • 18 · The Gothic—As She Ought to be Wrote · John Christopher · ar; About the career of his alter ego, Hilary Ford.
    • 20 · Antiques, Medicine and a Sense of Fun [Jonathan Gash] · Guy Clapperton · iv; A talk to the creator of antiques expert and crimebuster Lovejoy.
    • 25 · Fiction Round the Rooms · George Locke · ar; On the fate of popular fiction in the auction rooms.
    • 28 · Peter O’Donnell’s Modesty · Wendy Bradley · iv; The wonderful career of Modesty Blaise outlined, with an interview with the heroine’s creator.
    • 31 · Punslingers · Angus Wells · ar; About his prolific past as writer of paperback westerns.
    • 35 · Classic Books About Popular Fiction, 3: The Art of the Mystery Story ed. Howard Haycraft · Brian Stableford · ar; Extolling a classic book about popular fiction.; illus. Howard Haycraft
    • 36 · From Spenser to Marlowe [Robert B. Parker] · Pete Crowther · iv; The creator of Spenser, private eye, has recently revived an older hero.
    • 40 · The Crimes of Fu Manchu · Andrew Lane · ar [Sax Rohmer]; The famous oriental villain, created by Sax Rohmer, has had a long career: a chronicle of it.
    • 45 · Ethel M. Dell: A Rapturous Realist · Mary Cadogan · ar [Ethel M. Dell]; Remembering this popular author’s tales of throbbing hearts.
    • 48 · Yesterday’s Bestsellers, 3: H. Rider Haggard and She · Brian Stableford · ar [H. Rider Haggard]; Probing the psychology of the creator of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed.
    • 52 · Victorian Governesses and Gritty, Wartime Girls · Mary Cadogan · br; Reviewing some love stories, old and new.
    • 54 · Historicals · Mat Coward & Eugene Byrne · br; Two recent historical novels are reviewed.
    • 55 · Thrills · [Misc.] · br
    • 58 · Rain and Sun · Mark Morris · br; A survey of the horror scene.
    • 59 · Crimes · [Misc.] · ar
    • 62 · Nostalgia’s Much More Than It Used to Be! · Pete Crowther · br; On some illustrated delicacies.
    • 64 · Books About Popular Fiction: January-February 1991 · [Misc.] · bi


    Million: The Magazine of Popular Fiction [# 4, July-August 1991] ed. David Pringle (Popular Fictions, £1.95, 68pp, A4, cover by Clifford Harper)
    Details supplied by Phil Stephensen-Payne.
    • 4 · Editorial · David Pringle · ed
    • 4 · Readers’ Letters · The Readers · lt
    • 6 · Mistress of the Medieval Mystery [Ellis Peters] · Mike Ashley · iv; Exploring the world of historical whodunnits, and a talk to the creator of Brother Cadfael.
    • 12 · Slightly Foxed: The Worst Crime in the World · David Langford · cl; On the delights of very bad detective stories.
    • 13 · Campaigning Queen of the Genre [Barbara Cartland] · Mary Cadogan · iv; An interview with the remarkable Dame of English romantic fiction.
    • 18 · Did Hercule Poirot Invent Agatha Christie? · Chriss McCallum · ar [Agatha Christie]; Did Hercule Poirot ruin Christie’s writing career?.
    • 19 · Cay Van Ash: A Man Out of His Time · Andrew Lane · iv; Speaking to Sax Rohmer’s literary heir.
    • 23 · Larry McMurtry and the Rebirth of the Western · Kim Newman · ar [Larry McMurtry]; On the work of a favourite novelist.
    • 26 · Gratuitous Violets [Philip Kerr] · Eugene Byrne · iv; An interview with the creator of a German private eye.
    • 29 · March Violets, by Philip Kerr · James Miller · br
    • 29 · The Pale Criminal, by Philip Kerr · James Miller · br
    • 31 · Fairy-Tale Horror · Andy Sawyer · ar [Virginia Andrews]; This late author whose books keep hitting the bestseller lists created a new sub-genre with very old roots.
    • 38 · That Scarlett Woman · Jay Dixon · ar [Alexandra Ripley]; News of a long-awaited sequel by another hand.
    • 39 · Jack Higgins: An Annotated Checklist · Phil Stephensen-Payne · bi [Jack Higgins]; Britain’s top thriller writer has written more books, under more names, than you might realize.
    • 43 · The Eagle Has Flown, by Jack Higgins · Mat Coward · br
    • 44 · Classic Books About Popular Fiction, 4: Boys Will Be Boys by E.S. Turner · Mary Cadogan · ar [E. S. Turner]; On a classic, and delightful, study of popular fiction.
    • 46 · The Boots/RNA Award for the Romantic Novel of the Year · Marina Oliver · ms
    • 48 · Yesterday’s Bestsellers, 4: James Hadley Chase and No Orchids for Miss Blandish · Brian Stableford · ar [James Hadley Chase]; Taking issue with George Orwell’s famous put-down of No Orchids for Miss Blandish.
    • 52 · The Return of Philip Marlowe · Kim Newman · br; Some recent sequels by other hands are reviewed.
    • 53 · Romances · [Misc.] · br; Love stories, reviewed.
    • 55 · Grand Admiral of Them All · Eugene Byrne · br; On the latest period adventures from Patrick O’Brian and others.
    • 57 · Thrills · [Misc.] · br; Spy-stories and thrillers assessed.
    • 59 · Horrors, Subtle and Not So Subtle · Mark Morris · br; A survey of the recent horror scene.
    • 61 · Crimes · [Misc.] · br; Mystery and crime fiction reviewed.
    • 63 · The Syndication Rag · Pete Crowther · br; On some comic-strip oldies.
    • 64 · Books About Popular Fiction: March-April 1991 · [Misc.] · bi


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