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    The Strand Musical Magazine [v2 #9, September 1895] ed. E. Hatzfeld (George Newnes & Co., 6d, 80pp+, standard) (Full Text)
    Details supplied by Ira B. Matetsky from an online copy at HathiTrust.
    • 172 · Arline’s Hero—The Story of “The Bohemian Girl” · M. L. Collins · sa; adaptation or summary of the opera by Bunna and Balfe.



























    The Strand Musical Magazine [v6 #35, November 1897] ed. E. Hatzfeld (George Newnes & Co., 6d, 64pp+, standard) (Full Text)
    Details supplied by Ira B. Matetsky from an online copy at HathiTrust.
    • 266 · The Story of the Opera · C. H. · sa; adaptation or summary of the Wagner opera Tannhäuser. given in the index as “The Story of Tannhäuser”.
    • 272 · It Touched the Spot · Rene Bull · ct



    Strange   (about)
    Strange was sub-titled the magazine of true mystery. It was intended to publish non-fiction articles dealing with bizarre and unsolved mysteries. Topics covered included The Mary Celeste, feral children, death camps, cursed diamonds, dreams, swindles and so on.

    • Publishers:
      • Quinn Publishing Company, Inc.; Kingston, NY: Strange, Mar 1952 – Jul 1952.
    • Editors:





    Strange Adventures (UK, 1946)   (about)
    The contents page of the first issue has no title, but a self-referential blurb refers to the magazine as Amazing Adventures. The latter title has never actually been used as the title of an SF magazine; rumors of such a title were probably produced by coverless copies of SA.

    • Publishers:
      • Hamilton & Co. Ltd.; London, England: Strange Adventures.
    • Editors:









    Strange Attractor   (about)
    Small press dark fantasy/horror fiction magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Cadger; HOUGHTON REGIS, Beds: Strange Attractor.
    • Editors:





















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