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    The Phantagraph [v4 #6, September 1936] ed. Donald A. Wollheim (Shepherd & Wollheim; New York, 5¢, 8pp, A6)
    “Published Monthly for the Phantasy Enthusiast”. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · Dark Garden · Richard Ely Morse · pm; for Clark Ashton Smith.
    • 2 · Lost Excerpts: 4. The Rocks Cease · Robert Nelson · vi
    • 3 · “Sun-Spots” · Donald A. Wollheim · cl; recent SF developments.
    • 4 · On the Trail of the Weird and Phantastic: An Examen of Witches · H. Koenig · cl
    • 5 · What’s Wrong with Weird Fiction? · Anon. · ar



    The Phantagraph [Supplement, October-November 1936] (4pp, A6)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · “The Hyborian Age” [Part 3 of 3; Conan] · Robert E. Howard · ar; Note: Although the above says “To be continued” I believe that, in fact,; there were only three instalments. It was however incomplete and further; expanded versions were published.


    The Phantagraph [v5 #2, November 1936] ed. Donald A. Wollheim (Shepherd & Wollheim; New York, 5¢, 8pp, A6)
    “Published Monthly for the Phantasy Enthusiast”. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · Harbour Whistles · H. P. Lovecraft · pm The Silver Fern May 1930
    • 2 · Phantascope · Donald A. Wollheim · cl
    • 4 · Phantastic Bread and Butter or The Mystery of the Missing Authors · Fred Anger · ar; on the absence of well known authors from Weird Tales.


    The Phantagraph [v5 #3, December 1936] ed. Donald A. Wollheim (Shepherd & Wollheim; New York, 5¢, 8pp, A6)
    “Published Monthly for the Phantasy Enthusiast”. Given as Vol. 5 No. 2. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · The Sunken Towers · Henry Kuttner · pm
    • 2 · On the Trail of the Weird and Phantastic: Women and the Weird Tale · H. Koenig · cl
    • 3 · Phantascope · Donald A. Wollheim · cl; recent SF developments.
    • 4 · An Answer to Mr. Anger · Farnsworth Wright · ar; rejoinder to article by Anger in previous issue.


    The Phantagraph [v5 #4, January 1937] ed. Donald A. Wollheim (Shepherd & Wollheim, New York, 5¢, 8pp, A6)
    “Published Monthly for the Phantasy Enthusiast”. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.




    The Phantagraph [v6 #1, May 1937] ed. Donald A. Wollheim (5¢, 4 (or more), A6)
    “For the Phantasy Enthusiast” Note: the March-April issue said that the May issue would be a “double-size issue”. However, from DAW’s book Operation Phantasy: “[Ex Oblivione] was to be one of the prime features of our May 1937 Anniversary issue and it was the mutilation of this work, as much as that of other contents, by a callous printer that caused us to destroy that entire issue rather than permit it to be distributed. Ex Oblivione was reissued complete in our July 1937 number”. The issue I have has only 4 pages, the Index published in 1941 has further contents that I append below. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.















    The Phantagraph [Supplement, May-June 1941] (8pp)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · The Phantagraph Index May 1934 to April 1941 · Anon. · ix




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