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    Pan: A Journal for Saints and Cynics [v2, #35, July 3, 1920] ed. W. Comyns Beaumont (Odhams, 32+viiip, 1/-, cover by Pizer)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from an online copy at HathiTrust.
    • 5 · Pan’s Parable · Artemas · vi
    • 6 · Pan’s Pipings · Pan · cl
    • 7 · Pan 1/- Monthly · [The Editor] · ms; announcing because of paper shortage Pan is switching from weekly to monthly.
    • 8 · Somebodies and Nobodies: No. 35, Israel Zangwill · Reginald Arkell · pm; with caricature.
    • 8 · Those Who Wait · G. P. · hu
    • 10 · untitled poem (“Love, though mighty...”) · Anon. · pm
    • 11 · A Suitor & a Father · Anton Chekhov · ss
    • 13 · The Tuppeny Post · R. M. · hu
    • 13 · “Pep” in Politics · T. P. · pm
    • 14 · Pantomimics: Tragedy · W. H. Cobb · ct
    • 15 · The Economist · Anon. · pl
    • 16 · The Panorama · Pan · cl
    • 18 · Jonas Toplandy: Extract from “The Literary Crank”—"The End" Poem by Jonas Toplandy. Pamphlet 1d · Anon. · hu
    • 18 · Eve · Anon. · ob; of columnist “Eve” (real name not given, died June 15 at age 38).
    • 20 · To the Glum He Is Soulless and Dumb · L. C. · pm
    • 23 · Pan at the Play · James Agate · rv
    • 25 · Back-Chat at High Pressure · Peter Fairburn · ss
    • 26 · A New Book of Snobs: No. XIV: The Charitable Snob · Ashley Sterne · hu
    • 30 · My Pet Antipathies: Beauty Competitions · Basil MacDonald Hastings · cl
    • i · “Chuglits!” · C. Trevor Pinch · ss
    • i · So That’s That · Anon. · hu
    • i · A Trades-Union Militant · Robert K. Risk · pm
    • ii · Insomnia · Barry Pain · hu
    • iv · My Box · Pandora · cl
    • vi · Pages and Pages: Potterepsteinism · R. K. Risk · br
    • vii · Men, Clothes and Other Things · Arbiter · cl
    • viii · Zoroastrian · H. W. · pm



    Pan: A Journal for Saints and Cynics [v3, #2, September 1920] (Odhams, 76+xiip, 1/-)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from an online copy at HathiTrust.
    • x · The Roundabout Page · Various · ms; blurbs about firms advertising in Pan.
    • 12 · Pan’s Parable · Artemas · vi
    • 19 · Pan’s Pipings · Pan · cl
    • 20 · The Isosceles · Victor MacClure · pl
    • 22 · The Panorama · Various · cl
    • 26 · A Dream of Autumn · H. McI. · vi; fantasy, man winds up in someone else’s dream.
    • 31 · The Child’s Guide to the Great: II. Mrs. Elinor Glyn · L’Enfant Terrible · hu
    • 32 · Ten Gulden · A. P. Garland · vi
    • 32 · What! No More Novelists? · A. B. · ar; on the menace of the cinema.
    • 32 · The Old Man and the Rat · H. McI. · pm
    • 33 · The New World · J. R. J. · vi
    • 36 · La Madonna Bianca · Stephen Ridsdale · ss
    • 41 · Pan at the Play · James Agate · rv
    • 44 · Hilaire Belloc · R. Arkell · pm; with accompanying caricature.
    • 44 · The Two Caskets · Sheila E. Braine · vi; fairy grants wishes.
    • 45 · Pantomimics: Plumbing · d’Egville · ct
    • 46 · Poverty and Uncle Gustave · A. A. Thomson · ss
    • 48 · Panegyrics · Various · ms
    • _48 · Courtship · L. C. · pm
    • _48 · To Laura · H. McI. · pm
    • 51 · The New Superman · Dudley Clark · vi
    • 52 · Vogue · A. W. Bell · vi
    • 54 · “Sit and Deliver” · Will Scott · ar; another screed against the evil cinema.
    • 54 · Happiness · Anon. · vi
    • 57 · The Week Enders: II · Ashley Sterne · ss
    • 61 · Bells of Youth · S. R. · pm
    • 61 · The Permit: A Holiday Correspondence · Anon. · vi
    • 62 · Climbing the Ladder · Anton Chekhov · vi
    • 65 · The Filvel · Anon. · ss; parody of what film adapted into a novel would read like.
    • 69 · More Truth About Russia · A. G. · hu
    • 69 · Pan’s Wooing · Diane New · pm
    • 70 · Pages Turned Over · Robert K. Risk · br
    • 72 · My Box · Pandora · cl
    • 76 · Mems. for Motorists · Clarence Winchester · cl



    Pan: A Journal for Saints and Cynics [v3, #4, November 1920] (Odhams, xii+60p, 1/-)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from an online copy at HathiTrust.
    • viii · The Roundabout Page · Various · ms; blurbs about firms advertising in Pan.
    • 1 · The Honest Man: A Parable · Artemas · vi
    • 3 · Pan’s Pipings · Various · cl
    • _3 · Pity · Anon. · pm
    • _3 · London Triolets: II. The Pavement Artist · K. O’B. · pm
    • 4 · A Royal Marriage · Geo. A. Birmingham · ss
    • 8 · Are You a Member?: Ugly, Odd, and Other Clubs · Ralph Straus · ar
    • 12 · Butterfly Butts In · Robert S. Dale · ss
    • 15 · Unkind Snipes at West-End Types: I. The Flappers · Hampden Gordon · pm
    • 17 · The Unspeakable Marriage · A. A. Thomson · pl
    • 21 · My Negative Virtues: No. II. Not Growing Turnips · Basil MacDonald Hastings · hu
    • 22 · Awkward Moments in Animal Life: No. 2. The Bolt That Jammed—and the Bolt That Didn’t · Harry Rountree · ct
    • 23 · The Song of the Dentist’s Drill · H. Mel. · pm
    • 24 · Somebodies and Nobodies: John Galsworthy; J. W. H. T. Douglas; Horatio Bottomley; Irene Vanbrugh · Reginald Arkell · pm; with caricatures.
    • 26 · Nothing to Laugh At · Will Scott · ar
    • 27 · The Man Who Wouldn’t Walk Under a Ladder · Anon. · ct
    • 28 · Film Writing Without Tears: II. The One-Long-Scream Film · Ashley Sterne · hu
    • 32 · Hating Pete Like Poison · Will Scott · ss
    • 41 · Pan at the Play · James Agate · rv
    • 46 · Pages Turned Over · Douglas Goldring · br
    • 50 · Pandora’s Box · Pandora · cl
    • 54 · Memo for Motorists · Clarence Winchester · cl





    Pan: The Fiction Magazine [v6 #1, July 1921]
    Here, correctly tabulated for your convenience, are stories to match the mood of every moment - love stories for the sentimental, adventure for the seeker after sensation, romance for the world-weary. No matter what your need may be, one glance below will put you on the track of the story you want.

    PAN’s policy is to print each and every story because it is worth printing - whether the Author is obscure or famous. To combine quality with variety, to cater from first to last for all people who are lovers of good fiction. Whenever you walk the magic ways of Magazine-land, let PAN be your guide. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • A Young Man’s Fancy · Alice Grant Rosman · ss; Love: “Any red-blooded man would have to follow Cadogan’s example.”
    • Flat to Let · Madge MacBeth · ss; Love: “They furnished it with memories and lost illusions.”
    • Marsh-Marigolds · Olga Hartley · ss; Love: “Read this for the pleasure of commenting ’How Like a Man’.”
    • The Vannity Way · Reginald Heber Poole · ss; Business: “The sentimental side of a business magnate.”
    • The Prince of Golden Ferry · Will Scott · ss; Romance: “An American hustler in a sleepy British township.”
    • In the Time of Her Lovers · L. J. Beeston · ss; Romance: “Romance and adventure in a Ruritanian setting.”
    • The Fates Are Three · W. A. Williamson · ss; Romance: “Childerstone discovered this when he tried to control his own destiny.”
    • Once a Hero · Harold Brighouse · ss; Satire: “Dead heroes are useful; live ones are inconvenient.”
    • Menena · W. Douglas Newton · ss The Century Magazine Apr 1921; Adventure: “WHat happened to Burrel in the forests of the Amazon?”
    • Upland Tales III: The Kettle by the Stream · Halliwell Sutcliffe · ss; Adventure: “’Moonshine’, moorland men, and the long arm of the Law.”
    • The Limping Dog · Robert McBlair · ss All-Story Weekly Mar 6 1920; Adventure: “Man’s memory is short, but a dog never forgets.”
    • A Matter of Nerves · E. Charles Vivian · ss; Detective: “The great game of bluff played by a master-hand.”
    • A Handler of Craft · Walter E. Grogan · ss; Humour: “Proving that Macchiavelli had nothing on Dick Rawlings.”
    • Three Men and a Maid [Part 6 of 8] · P. G. Wodehouse · sl; Humour: “This spells trouble usually, but not when treated in the Wodehouse way.”
    • Five Minutes Fast · Sydney Donald · ss; Underworld: “The Woman, the Hour, and the Clock that failed.”
    • What D’ye Lack? · Hilda Barfield · ss; Novelty: “Whatever you need, this feature will help fulfil it.”




    Pan: The Fiction Magazine [March 1922]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Pan: The Fiction Magazine [April 1922]
    Incomplete details taken from the Index of Short Stories in Edward J. O’Brien’s The Best Short Stories (1915-1917).


    Pandora    (about)
    Semi-professional magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Lois Wickstrom; Denver: Pandora, # 1 – 2.
      • Sproing, Inc.; Denver, CO: Pandora, # 3 – 7.
      • Sproing, Inc.; Tampa, FL: Pandora, # 8 – 9.
      • Empire Books; Murray, KY: Pandora, #10 – 1917.
      • Pandora; Minneapolis, MN: Pandora, #18 – 1921.
      • Pandora; Ferndale, MI: Pandora, #22 – 1928.
      • Pandora; Holly, MI: Pandora, #29—.

    • Editors:




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