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    The Secret 6   (about)
    A character pulp. The lead novels are usually SF in nature, but the back up stories never are.









    Secrets (1932):   (about)




    Secrets
    Title changed from Secrets and Flame.


    Secrets [No. 710, July 16, 1949] (John Leng/D.C. Thomson, 2d, 12pp)
    Given as Secrets and Flame on the running heads.






    Secrets of the Secret Service   (about)
    Identical contents to Confessions of a Federal Dick. One fictional story, in addition to the supposed true story of the title.











    Seed Magazine [#4, January/February 2003] ed. Adam Bly (Seed Group; Canada, US$4.95/C$5.95, slick bedsheet)
    bannered “Science/Culture”--in the Wired mode, with a bit more Utne Reader mixed in, or perhaps Omni filtered through Vanity Fair. Details supplied by Todd Mason.


    Seed Magazine [#5, March/April 2003] ed. Adam Bly (Seed Group; Canada, US$4.95/C$5.95, 112pp, slick bedsheet)
    Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 72 · The Death of SF? · Sari Globerman · ar; SG reassures us, no.
    • 84 · The Hill Station · John Murray · ss
      simultaneous publication with Murray’s collection From a Few Short Notes on Tropical Butterflies, Harpercollins.


    Seed Magazine [#6, May/June 2003] ed. Adam Bly (Seed Group; Canada, US$4.95/C$5.95, 112pp, slick bedsheet)
    Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 94 · Hunger · Karl Iagnemma · ex; illustrated by Jody Ake
      from “Children of Hunger”; in On the Nature of Human Romantic Interaction, Random House 2003.


    Seed Magazine [#7, July/August 2003] ed. Adam Bly (Seed Group; Canada, US$4.95/C$5.95, 112pp, slick bedsheet)
    Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 90 · Freud’s Alphabet · Jonathan Tel · ex; illustrated by Robert Longo
      from Freud’s Alphabet, Counterpoint 2003.


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