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    Argosy (UK, 2013)   (about)
    Short-lived magazine that claimed to be a “revival of the classic pulp format for the digital age”.

    Argosy Specials
    Towards the end of its life in the 1970s, Argosy issued a number of specials under a variety of titles. In general they did not carry any fiction.

    Ariel   (about)
    A high quality book-format fanzine with a strong comics orientation, each issue also contained some fiction.

    Arion   (about)
    Literary journal, subtitled “A Journal of Humanities and the Classics”, mostly poetry in translation and I think its emphasis is on the classical era.

    The Arkansaw Traveler   (about)
    Originally founded by Opie Read in 1882, Arkansas, relocated the magazine to Chicago, where it remained. It was purchased by The Daily Story Publishing Company, which was owned and operated by A.J. Gontier. The humor magazine was acquired likely late 1915 or early 1916. The magazine ceased in 1916.

    The Arkansaw Traveler [v40 #2, September 1916] (Daily Story Publishing Co.; Chicago, IL, 10¢, 5¾″ x 8¾″)
    Contents from announcement for the September issue, page 57 “Just a Moment, Please” section of the July/August issue.

    The Arkham Collector   (about)
    Semi-professional magazine. The publisher held back a limited number of each issue and, after the tenth issue was published, issued bound sets.

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