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Kids Own World

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1988 – ?
Publishers:   Sourakia
Formats:   small
Pagecounts:   66pp
Frequency:   monthly

Killers Mystery Story Magazine

see under Homicide Detective Story Magazine


Total Issues: 16

Small press sf, fantasy and horror fiction magazine.

Issues & Index Sources

  #1, 1994 – Spring 2002: Science Fiction Index


  The Preston Speculative Fiction Group, 52 Cadley Causeway, Preston, Lancashire PR2 3RX


  Graeme Hurry




  in 2000: £2.50
  in 2001: £2.99





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Kinda Kinky


Issues & Index Sources:  Summer 1992 – ?
Publishers:   Mark Reynolds, Las Vegas
Editors:   Mark Reynolds

Kind Words for Boys and Girls

Total Issues: 369

Religious paper; also released in monthly parts. "This paper certainly does not live up to its title, some of the stories and illustrations were of quite a gruesome nature. Nevertheless, its most striking feature was the brilliant black and white drawings which appeared therein. Ran first as a weekly to 261m then changed to monthly for 108 issues. Its title was then changed to Young England, subtitled "Kind Words for Boys and Girls"." (W.O.G. Lofts)

Issues & Index Sources

  4-Jan-1866 – 1-Dec-1879

#becomes Young England


  Sunday School Union


  Benjamin Clarke




  weekly; monthly from January 1871


Issues & Index Sources:  ? – 1998?
Publishers:   P.O. Box 4007, Whitefish, MT 59937-4007 (in 1998)
Editors:   Leif Peterson (in 1998)
Frequency:   monthly

King [1958]

Total Issues: 15?

Issues & Index Sources

  Fall 1958 – 1960
  1961 – 1965, as King's Man


  Sari Pub.
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King [1971]

Total Issues: 2

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-1971 – Jul-1971?
Publishers:   Sol Brodsky
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King (UK)

Issues & Index Sources

  Winter 1964 – Dec-1967?

#merges with Mayfair

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Kingdom Come

Total Issues: 12

Subtitled "The Magazine of War-Time Oxford". Mostly poetry and essays but some stories; published H.E. Bates, William Sansom. Magazine was financed by Dr Marie Stopes; absorbed Bolero (Spring 1940) and Light and Dark (Summer 1940).

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1939 – Autumn 1943: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   The Alden Press, Oxford to Summer 1941; Galil Publishing, Oxford, #9,10; The Grey Walls Press, Billericay, #11
Editors:   mostly John Waller with co-editors
Formats:   small review booklet
Pagecounts:   32pp
Frequency:   quarterly
Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

Kings Own

Issues & Index Sources:  5-Feb-1901
Publishers:   Andrew Melrose
Formats:   broadsheet?
Prices:   ½d

Kingston's Magazine for Boys

Total Issues: 40

Issues & Index Sources:  1-Nov-1859 – 1-Feb-1863
Publishers:   Harrison
Frequency:   monthly


Issues & Index Sources:  1987 – 2005: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   State University of New York at Buffalo, English Dept., 306 Clemens Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260 (in 1998 - 2002)
Editors:   in 1998: rotating editorship
Frequency:   annual
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)
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Total Issues: 1?

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   Paget Publications, 106 Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, London
Prices:   2/6d
Pagecounts:   36pp


Total Issues: 2?

Inuit Fiction Magazine - "Ethnic studies Fiction and poetry from life in the far north. Themes include love, drugs, isolation. Amazing writing and a rare glimpse into the cultures of the Arctic Circle."

Issues & Index Sources:  1990 – 1992?
Publishers:   Baffin Writer's Project, Ottawa
Editors:   Alootook Ipellie
Pagecounts:   32pp

Klein Bottle


Issues & Index Sources:  May-1959 – ?
Publishers:   Miriam and Terry Carr, 3320 A 21st Street, San Francisco, CA
Editors:   Miriam and Terry Carr

Klondike Kit Library

Total Issues: 19

"This is the latest library of the Klondike gold fields, will contain each week, a thrilling story of adventure in that land toward which every eye is now turned. Never since the first discovery of gold in California in 1849, has so much absorbing interest been taken in gold finds. The northern region of Alaska is now the Mecca of every gold seeker's hope, and in no part of the whole world can there be found such a rich field for our talented author, Mr. Hugh P. Rodman, to work in. We can say, without a doubt, that no writer today, is better able to depict the Alaska scenes than Mr. Rodman, who has spent several years of his life in that country. The Klondike Kit Library will tell you all about it, and the same time entertain you with the very best stories of adventure ever written."

Written by William Wallace Cook under the pseudonym Hugh P. Rodman.

Issues & Index Sources:  28-May-1898 – Mar-1899: Dime Novel Bibliography
Publishers:   Street & Smith, 81 Fulton St., New York
Prices:   5c
Pagecounts:   32
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

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