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    Arch [No. 1, n.d. (c 1953)] (Paget Publications)
    Partial contents only listed.



    The Archive [November 1928] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


    The Archive [April 1930] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


    The Archive [October 1930] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


    The Archive [November 1931] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.





    Arcturus [v1 #2, January 1936] ed. Harold W. Kirshenblit (East New York Science Fiction League; 143 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 10¢, 11pp, 8½″ x 11″ mimeographed)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.


    Arcturus [v1 #3, February 1936] ed. Harold W. Kirshenblit (Independent League for Science Fiction; 143 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 10¢, 17pp, 8½″ x 11″ mimeographed, cover by Ralph Henry Drucker)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 3 · Just a Word from the Editor · [The Editor] · ed
    • 4 · To Whom It May Concern · [uncredited] · ar; given as “Articles of Secession” in the Table of Contents, on the dissolution of the ENYSFL.
    • 5 · 13 · Willy the Wisp · bg; short profiles of authors and fans.
    • 6 · Science Fiction Vocabulary 1: Mad Scientist · R. H. Drucker · ct
    • 7 · The Age of Reptiles · Abraham Shanes · ar
    • 9 · Charter of the I.L.S.F. (Independent League for Science Fiction) · [uncredited] · ar
    • 10 · Sez You! · [The Readers] · lc
    • 12 · Who The… · [Insane Writers Guild] · ss
    • 13 · Amos V. Sizzlethwaite · D. Q. Jote & R. H. Drucker · cs
    • 14 · The Exile [Part 3 of 3] · Morris Miller · sl
    • 15 · GhuGhuism, the One True Faith · A. L. Selikowitz · ar; as by “The Prophet” on page.
    • 16 · Curious Cosmologies [Part 1 of 5] · Harold W. Kirshenblit · ar; history of cosmology.
    • 17 · [continuation of “Curious Cosmologies”]



    Arcturus [v1 #5, July 1936] ed. Harold W. Kirshenblit (Independent League for Science Fiction; 143 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 10¢, 16pp, 8½″ x 11″ mimeographed, cover by Ralph Henry Drucker)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 3 · The Independent League for Science Fiction: A League Message · [uncredited] · ar
    • 5 · You Never Can Tell · Don Q. Jote · ss
    • 6 · Science Fiction Vocabulary 3: Fourth Dimension · Drucker · ct
    • 7 · Winchell 2000 · Xanthipoppilus X. Xilch · ar; spoof article.
    • 8 · Amos V. Sizzlethwaite · D. Q. Jote & R. H. Drucker · cs
    • 9 · Read Em’ and Weep · Frederik G. Pohl · cl; current SF magazines.
    • 10 · Curious Cosmologies [Part 3 of 5] · Harold W. Kirshenblit · ar; history of cosmology.
    • 12 · London News-Reel · Edward J. Carnell · cl; recent events in UK.
    • 13 · An Ethnological Interpretation of Certain Historical Occurrences in Ancient and Medieval Times · Arthur L. Selikowitz · ar; on the races of mankind.
    • 14 · [continuation of Selikowitz, Pohl, Carnell]
    • 15 · Willy Whispers · Willy the Wisp · ar; current events.


    Arcturus [v1 #8, November 1936] ed. Harold W. Kirshenblit (Independent League for Science Fiction; 143 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 10¢, 14pp, 8½″ x 11″ mimeographed, cover by David A. Kyle)
    There were no issues numbered Volumes 1 No 6 or 7. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.


    Arcturus [v2 #1, January 1937] ed. Harold W. Kirshenblit (Independent League for Science Fiction; 143 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 18pp, 8½″ x 7½″ mimeographed, cover by Ralph Henry Drucker)
    There were no other issues on Volume 2. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 3 · Happy New Year · R. H. Drucker · il
    • 4 · A League Message · [uncredited] · ar; goings on at the ILSF.
    • 6 · Science Fiction Vocabulary (5): Marchin’ Princess · R. H. Drucker · il
    • 7 · Curious Cosmologies [Part 5 of 5] · Harold W. Kirshenblit · ar; history of cosmology.
    • 8 · [continuation of “Curious Cosmologies” and “A League Message”]
    • 9 · Narratio Sine Nomine · Elton Andrews · vi
    • 10 · Ghufy Inventions · R. H. Drucker · ct
    • 11 · A Game of Theory · [uncredited] · cn; proposed competition.
    • 14 · A History of Ghughuism · Arthur L. Selikowitz · ar
    • 15 · The Colossal, Stupendous, Gigantic Battle of the Century · Don Q. Jote · pm
    • 17 · A Poem · [uncredited] · pm


    Arcturus [v3 #1, April 1937] ed. Frederik Pohl (EGO Publications; 677 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, New York, 10¢, 32pp, 5½″ x 4¼″)
    Pavlat & Evans states that this issue was incomplete. The copy I have is not a mimeographed copy but a mock up probably used to show the stencil cutter how to type the stencil. However it is missing a leaf, pages 15 to 18, which means that the Carnell story which the ToC says starts on page 18 continues on page 19 in the middle of the story which implies that pages 15 to 18 were at some stage typed up. I have done my best to set out what the issue should contain based on the pages I have. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 4 · The New Arcturus · [The Editor] · ed
    • 6 · An Important Announcement: League Message · [uncredited] · ar; dissolution of the ILSF.
    • 8 · The Chamber of Horrors · Omniscus · ar [Ref. Harry Dockweiler]; questionnaire of Harry Dockweiler.
    • 10 · Light from Arcturus · Harold W. Kirshenblit · cl; current events.
    • 14 · The Triumph of the Egg · Donald A. Wollheim · ss
    • 17 · The Thousandth Raid [Part 1 of ?] · Rudolph Zima · sl
    • 18 · Fame in a Month · E. J. Carnell · ss
    • 28 · [continuation of “Light from Arcturus”]
    • 29 · [continuation of “Chamber of Horrors”]
    • 30 · [continuation of “The Thousandth Raid”]
    • 31 · In Memoriam: Death of the ILSF · Harold W. Kirshenblit · ar




    Ardent Love [v1 #2, February 1934]
    Issue not indexed.






    Ardentia [#7, Summer 1999] (Univ. of Missouri, $10 per year, 40pp, 6″ x 9″ slick)
    Details supplied by Ned Brooks.












    Arena SF
    Title changed from Titan. The precise title of the magazine varied somewhat from issue to issue as indicated below for each issue.



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