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    108—Celebrating Baseball   (about)
    108—Celebrating Baseball was a glossy magazine containing baseball related articles and fiction. It only ran for three issues. Baseball fans love numbers. 108 referred to the number of double stitches in a baseball.






    One Story [Issue #1, April 1, 2002]
    Details taken from magazine website.
    • · Villanova or: How I Became a Former Professional Literary Agent · John Hodgman · ss


    One Story [Issue #2, April 22, 2002]
    Details taken from magazine website.



    One Story [Issue #4, June 3, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #5, June 24, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #6, July 15, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #7, August 5, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #8, August 26, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #9, September 16, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #11, October 28, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #13, December 10, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #14, December 31, 2002]
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    One Story [Issue #15, January 21, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #16, February 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #17, March 10, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #18, March 30, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #19, April 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #20, May 10, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #21, May 30, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #22, June 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #23, July 10, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #24, July 30, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #25, August 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #28, October 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #29, November 10, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #30, November 30, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #31, December 20, 2003]
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    One Story [Issue #32, January 10, 2004]
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    One Story [Issue #33, February 2, 2004]
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    One Story [Issue #34, February 20, 2004]
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    One Story [Issue #68, January 10, 2006]
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    One Story [Issue #124, August 31, 2009]
    Details taken from magazine website.
    • · Frost Mountain Picnic Massacre · Seth Fried · ss



    The One-Story Magazine [No. 113, 1924] (Wm. Stevens Ltd., 6d)
    Special New Year Double Number. Details taken from Table of Contents.









    The Open Road [v1 #1, March 1914] ed. Harold Hersey (Washington, D.C.: privately published, 4″ x 6″)
    ass. ed. Kingston Howell; musical ed. Whitman Rowland; subtitled “A Magazine of the Future”. Details supplied by John Locke.


    The Open Road for Boys:   (about)
    Boys magazine encouraging the outdoor life.


    The Open Road
    President: Ormond E. Loomis; Vice-President: Clayton H. Ernst; Treasurer: William C. Blackett; Associate Editor: Charles Boardman Hawes.




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