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    Wish [n.d. (1953)] (Paget Publications)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.

    Wit    (about)
    Despite the title, this magazine, subtitled “Modern Mirth and Mystery” mainly contained a series of detective stories about sleuths Rex Dimond & Sally Dexter by Martin Thomas, and anonymous mystery vignettes.

    • Publishers:
      • Wit Publications (BCM/Bizarresque); London WC1: Wit

    Wit [#1, 1947] (Wit Publications, 1/-, 52pp, 4.75" x 7.25")
    Subtitled “Modern Mirth and Mystery”.

    Wit [#2, 1947] (Wit Publications, 1/-, 66pp, 4.75" x 7.25")

    Witchcraft & Sorcery
    Title changed from Coven 13. Semi-professional magazine. Bought by William Crawford and given a new title and size. Only the first two issues had newsstand distribution, after which it appeared sporadically. The only one of Crawford’s magazines to fold without an uncompleted serial.

    The Witch’s Tales    (about)
    A short-lived tie-in to a popular radio show of the 30’s. Carwood seems to have been the dying remnant of an old dime-novel publisher, thus the odd format. Many of the stories appear to be reprints from the turn of the century but we have not succeeded in tracking all of them down.

    • Publishers:
      • Carwood Publishing Co.; New York: The Witch’s Tales

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