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    Slate [February 21, 2018]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Slate [March 26, 2018]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    Slate [July 23, 2018]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    Slave Girl [(Aug) 1948] (Brown Watson, 1/-, 32pp)
    • Behind the Footlights · Anon. · ss
    • The Scar on My Soul · Anon. · ss
    • Slave Girl · Anon. · ss




    Sleuth Mystery Magazine    (about)
    Published “in cooperation with the Mystery Writers of America, Inc.”, Sleuth Mystery Magazine provided light-hearted, crime-adventure vignettes by well-known writers, in much the same style as Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. It folded after only two issues, possibly because of distribution problems.

    • Publishers:
      • Fosdeck Publications, Inc.; 122 East 42nd Street, New York 17, NY: Sleuth Mystery Magazine

    • Editors:




    Sleuthhound    (about)
    Elusive small press crime magazine that was a companion and/or successor to Whispering Willow Mysteries that ran for at least four issues, each labelled with names like “Hawk Edition” as well as being dated.

    • Publishers:
      • Whispering Willows Ltd.; 2517 South Central, POB 890294, Oklahoma City, OK, 73189-0294: Sleuthhound

    • Editors:






    Slick Detective Yarns    (about)
    One-shot thin magazine, reprinting stories from Black Hood Detective and Crack Detective

    • Publishers:
      • Gerald G. Swan, Ltd.: Slick Detective Yarns






    Sly Magazine [v1 #1, March 2005] (American Media Consumer Magazine Group Inc., 120pp, slick)
    Editorial Director: Sylvester Stallone; Chairman, President & CEO: David Pecker; EVP, Chief Editorial Director: Bonnie Fuller; Editor in Chief: Neal Boulton. Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • Rocky VI [Part 1 of ?] · Sylvester Stallone · pl; screenplay dialog, directions excised.



    Smart Fiction [#50, January 31, 1914] (Shurey’s Publications, 1d, 64pp, digest 5½" x 8½", cover by Leo Bates)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.



    Smart Fiction [#52, February 14, 1914] (Shurey’s Publications, 1d, 64pp, digest 5½" x 8½")
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.


    Smart Love Stories:    (about)
    Started as a relaunch of Ainslee’s Magazine, but soon acquired the subtitle “Smart Love Stories” which rapidly became part of the, and then the whole, title.


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