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    Hub Magazine [#134, February 10, 2011]
    • · Progeny · Mark Morris · ss Invasion of the Sad Maneating Mushrooms #3, 1992













    Hub Magazine [#146, December 22, 2012]
    • · The Dry Heat, the Dust, the Martinis and the Insects · R. J. Barker · ss In Bad Dreams, Volume One: Where Real Life Awaits ed. Mark S. Deniz & Sharyn Lilley, Eneit Press, 2007






    Hub Aleph [#1, November 16, 2009] (online)
    “Aleph is an occasional series we’ll be doing looking at the best, oldest and oddest genre fiction around. We’ll be covering everything outside the 20th century, the sort of work that laid the foundation for everyone from Lovecraft up to King.” This first issue contains a single piece of (reprint) fiction:



    Hubba Hubba [(Dec 1949)] (Utopian Publications, 2/6d, 32pp, quarto, cover by Janine)
    Only price listed is 75¢.
    • · Don’t Trust a Dame · Al Rosetti · ss
    • · Dames Do Care · Cliff Dale · ss
    • · Nude in Jade · T. R. Weston · ss
    • · Death Wears Black Chiffon [Part 4 of 4] · Cliff Dale · sl; this story was serialised across multiple one-shot magazines published by Utopian Publications. this part was subtitled “On the Spot”.
    • · You Gotta Keep Your Wife Happy · Eddie Bosworth · ss
    • · It Could Happen to You · Reed Miller · ss
    • · Heat Waves · Diana Vernon · ss
    • · Sea Wolf · Helen Daunt · ss










    The Hudson Review [v50 #1, Spring 1997]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · The First Annual Performance Art Festival at the Slaughter Rock Battlefield · Thomas M. Disch · nv








    Hue and Cry [June 21, 1924] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


    Hue and Cry [August 2, 1924] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.









    The Humanist [v68 #4, July/August 2008] ed. Jennifer Bardi (American Humanist Society, 50pp)
    “The Literature Issue”, partial Table of Contents: Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 10 · Dedicated Writers · John G. Rodwan, Jr. · rv; illustrated by photos; review essay, largely about Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great, but also by extension about Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, and Salman Rushdie.
    • 15 · Mapping Metaphor: This Is Your Brain on Figurative Language · Kenneth W. Krause · es; illustrated by photos
    • 17 · Paradiso · Temple Cone · pm
    • 17 · Of Crows · Temple Cone · pm; illustrated by photo
    • 18 · This Is the Time for Which We Have Been Waiting · Joyce Carol Oates · pm; illustrated by photo; inspired by a letter from William Carlos Williams to James Laughlin, reprinted as headnote.
    • 20 · The Moon Doth Shine as Bright as Day · Philip Pullman · es; illustrated by photos; speech transcript/rewrite.
    • 25 · The Walled Society · Jorge Majfud; translated by Bruce Campbell · ss; illustrated by ?
    • 28 · The Age of Barbaria · Jorge Majfud; translated by Bruce Campbell · vi
    • 30 · The Two-Headed Calf: Poetry and the Experience of Being Human · Barry Klassel · es; illustrated by ?
    • 34 · How to Fetch Firewood · Michelle Tandoc-Pichereau · pm; illustrated by photos
    • 35 · Kite Poem · Joyce Carol Oates · pm
    • 35 · My Country ’Tis of Thee · Cleo Fellers Kocol · pm
    • 36 · Church & State: Fanning the Flames: The “Golden Age” of American Book Burning · Rob Boston · cl
    • 38 · First Person: In Praise of Bookishness · Lancelot Kirby · cl; illustrated by Ares
    • 40 · The Ten-Cent Plague by David Hajdu · Howard Schneider · br





    Humanity [v1 #1, December 6, 1935] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Only the fiction contents, together with a serial by the editor about the events in a haunted house she once lived in, are listed. Details supplied by John Eggeling.




    Humanity [v1 #4, December 27, 1935] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 25 · [untitled] · Marjorie Bowen · ss; a story without a title about a man who, getting into the mood to write a ghost story, scares himself witless.





    Humanity [v1 #8, January 24, 1936] ed. Violet Van der Elst (Violet Van der Elst; London, 2d, 32pp, 10″ x 13″, cover by Tremator)
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 25 · In the Dark · Jean Roy · ss; Yes, the author is Jean _Roy_.
    • 29 · The Haunted House That Vibrated with Evil [Part 2 of 4] · Violet Van der Elst · ts


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