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    Woman’s Realm    (about)
    Woman’s Realm—UK; 1958- ; IPC; weekly; tabloid slick; editor Kathy Watson (current); published romance and crime stories and serials, including work by Antonia Fraser, Celia Fremlin and Paula Gosling (1970s and 1980s).


    Woman’s Realm [v33 #6, September 27, 1958] (tabloid slick)
    Details supplied by Paul Di Filippo.
    • Bonnet Over the Windmill · Ursula Bloom · ss; “It was Val’s first evening in London and she was tired and homesick; but this was the beginning of a great adventure...”
    • The Envied One · Humphrey Knight · ss; “Sheila had dreamed of a glittering career, but it had been Gwendoline’s name that appeared in lights.”
    • Stranger in the House [Part ? of ?] · Anne Maybury · sl; “Continuing our dramatic serial of an Englishwoman’s life in Canada. Malou had always known security and love in the de Lys household, and it seemed she, too, had no need of Lynne.”


    Woman’s Realm [v34 #2, October 11, 1958] (tabloid slick)
    Details supplied by Paul Di Filippo.
    • Red Sky at Night · Eleanor Burford · ss; “For years Ruth had been afraid, but never more so than on the day Michel returned to Villa Muget.”
    • Through the Barrier · Jenetta Miller · ss; “Margaret had tried to show Tina that she loved her: but it is so difficult to penetrate a lonely child’s defences.”
    • Stranger in the House [Part ? of ?] · Anne Maybury · sl; “Concluding our romantic serial set in Canada. By running away, Lynne was leaving the man she loved. But she could not stay in the house where Mere Claudine mistrusted her.”



    The Woman’s Record [v3 #28, September 1908] (The Woman’s Record; Grand Rapids, Michigan, 32pp, 7¾" x 10½")
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.



    The Woman’s Weekly [v1, #1, November 4th, 1911] (1d, 36pp)
    • 1 · “Woman’s Work Is Never Done” · Anon. · cs
    • 2 · Ladies Please Listen! · [The Editor] · ed
    • 3 · From Blouse to Nightdress · Anon. · ar
    • 4 · The First Mistletoe Lace Pattern Ever Designed! · Anon. · ar
    • 5 · Crochet Stitches and How to Make Them · Anon. · ar
    • 5 · Baby Mine · Anon. · ms
    • 6 · “That’s My Child” [Part 1 of ?] · E. Glen Withey · sl
    • 11 · Removal of Over-Fat · Anon. · ar
    • 14 · Pin-Money Pages · [Various] · ms
    • 15 · The Problem of Infant Feeding Solved · Anon. · ar
    • 17 · The Blacks and Whites: Their Adventures in Boy and Girl Land · Anon. · vi
    • 18 · Real Love Stories · Anon. · cl
    • 19 · For Winter Wear · Anon. · ar
    • 20 · Children’s Fashions · Anon. · ms
    • 20 · Dress Do’s and Don’ts · Anon. · ms
    • 23 · “I Agree! Do the Housekeeping Yourself!” · Anon. · vi
    • 24 · Dainty Dishes for the Invalid · Anon. · ms
    • 26 · A Bride by Guile [Part 1 of ?] · Annie S. Swan · sl
    • 35 · How to Become a Nurse · Miss E. Margaret Fox · ar
    • 36 · Golden Gleams · [Various] · ms


    Woman’s Weekly [v12, #319, Dec. 8, 1917] (Woman’s Weekly, 1d, iv+369-382pp, 7" x 10")
    • 369 · A Day in My Life · Anon. · ms
    • 370 · English Embroidery—With a Transfer · Anon. · ar
    • 371 · False to Herself [Part ? of ?] · Madge S. Smith · sl
    • 373 · The Social Career of Dorothy Perkins, No. 1: Dorothy’s Ambition · Anon. · cs
    • 374 · Girls I Have Met: The Girl with a Grievance · Anon. · cl
    • 375 · Secrets of the Secret Service · Anon. · ar
    • 375 · A New Hat Mount · Anon. · ms
    • 376 · The Clue of the Torn Veil [Phinella Martin] · Anon. (by Emily Jane Allingham) · ss
    • 378 · Home-Made Cakes Which Save the Bread! · Anon. · ms
    • 379 · Dispensing for Girls! · Anon. · ar
    • 379 · Household Superstitions · Anon. · ms
    • 380 · A Pretty Style in Camisoles · Anon. · ms
    • 382 · The Fascinating “Miss” Forrest [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 383 · To My Soldier · Anon. · pm
    • 384 · Mrs. Marryat’s Advice · Mary Marryat · cl
    • iv · Cinema Chat · Fay Filmer · mr


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