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    Avocations [v1 #1, October 1937] (H. L. Linquist, 25¢)
    from eBay; “A Magazine of Hobbies and Leisure”. Details supplied by John Locke.


    The Avon Annual   (about)
    Short-lived annual reprinting “great modern stories” or “great stories of today”.






    Avon Detective Mysteries   (about)
    Arguably a reprint anthology like Avon Fantasy Reader, though it carried a few new stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Avon Book Company; 432 Fourth Avenue, New York 16, NY: Avon Detective Mysteries.
    • Editors:





    Avon Fantasy Reader   (about)
    A series of digest-sized anthologies. Don Day indexed them as magazines and SF fans have traditionally considered them as such, but Don Wollheim was clear on the subject: “The Avon Fantasy Reader was not a periodical nor a magazine. It had no set time for appearance, and it was always scheduled only single issue by single issue. It is copyrighted as a book, as an original anthology, and such are its copyright listings. (U.S. law requires periodicals to publish annual ownership and circulation figures. The AFR published no such statements and cannot be considered a periodical, regardless of its physical appearance. Hence issues are not dated as such.) I consider still that this was a series of anthologies. The material in each issue was purchased as a one-shot anthology second-rights (usually) proposition.”







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