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The Lady

Total Issues: 6048 (to Jan-2002)

"Annual short story competition with prize of \1000 plus"

Issues & Index Sources:  1885 – present: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   The Lady (in 2002)
Editors:   in 1997 – 2002: Arline Usden
Prices:   80p (in 2002)
Pagecounts:   94pp (in 2002)
Frequency:   weekly
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Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

Total Issues: 38 (as at Jul-2018)

"An occasional outburst of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and chocolate".

Issues & Index Sources:  v1 #1, 1997 – present: Science Fiction Index (Missing: any after #38, 2017)
Publishers:   Small Beer Press Inc., Brooklyn, NY
Editors:   Gavin J. Grant
Formats:   7" x 8½"
Prices:   $3.00
Pagecounts:   36
Frequency:   irregular
Related Sites:   Science Fiction Encyclopedia
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Lady Killers

Total Issues: 1

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  1963
Publishers:   TD Publishing Corp, 206 E. 43rd St., New York, NY

The Lady's Book

see under Godey's Lady's Book

Lady's Companion

Total Issues: 1160+315+1012=2487

Woman's story paper.

Issues & Index Sources

  1892 – 1915, as Cartwright's Lady's Companion
  1915 – 1921, as Leach's Lady's Companion
  1921 – 1940, as Lady's Companion: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

#merges with Woman's Friend


  George Newnes


  8.5" x 11.5" (in 1935)


  2d (in 1935)


  28pp (in 1935)



Lady's Home Magazine (of Fiction)

see under The Lady's Magazine

The Lady's Home Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion

see under Arthur's Home Magazine

The Lady's Magazine [1770]

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1770 – Dec-1837

#merges with Court Magazine and Monthly Critic and Lady's Magazine and Museum of Belles Lettres


  Jan-1770 – 1829: standard format
  1830 – 1832: larger tabloid (quarto) size
  1832 – Dec-1837: standard format


  monthly, but no issues during 1819

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 1

The Lady's Magazine [1901]

Total Issues: 42+4+5+393=444

In its first incarnation, published the "Chronicles of Addington Peace" series of crime stories by B. Fletcher Robinson (Aug-1904 - Jan-1905). Came of age when renamed The Novel Magazine, becoming Pearson's rival to Newnes's Grand Magazine.

Stories often superficial and slight, with a bias towards light romance but also included many mystery and ghost stories and, from Jan-1912 featured a regular "uncanny tale" slot (later the basis for two anthologies); also published "The White Ghost of Disaster" by Mayn Clew Garrett (Jun-1912 -- from the US May-1912 Popular Magazine) which presaged the Titanic. Authors include Sax Rohmer, Talbot Mundy, A.M. Burrage, Elinor Mordaunt and many US authors (Achmed Abdullah, Ray Cummings, Murray Leinster).

Dropped most weird fiction by 1923 and shifted more to romance and mystery -- published many stories by Agatha Christie and Richmal Crompton.

Note that the cover title was Lady's Home Magazine of Fiction from Nov-1904 to Jan-1905, and was The Home Magazine of Fiction for Feb-1905 alone.

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1901 – Jun-1904
  Jul-1904 – Oct-1904, as The Lady's Home Magazine
  Nov-1904 – Mar-1905, as The Home Magazine of Fiction
  Apr-1905 – Dec-1937, as The Novel Magazine: FictionMags Index (Missing: most issues after Mar-1909)


  C. Arthur Pearson


  Jan-1901 – Mar-1905: K. Maud Bennett
  Apr-1905 – 1911: Percy W. Everett
  1912 – 1914: Charles Vivian
  1914: Arthur Applin
  1915 – 1918: Roy Vickers
  1919 – 1922: Charles Vivian
  1923 – Dec-1937: Miss N.W. Kennedy


  standard pulp



Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers
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The Lady's Novelette

Issues & Index Sources:  19-Nov-1883 – ?
Formats:   large digest (octavo)
Frequency:   weekly

The Lady's Realm

Total Issues: 234

Heavy emphasis on fiction, mostly aimed at a women's readership with a blend of light romance and dark mystery with occasional supernatural stories. Authors include E.F. Benson ("The Return of Dodo" Dec-1896), Rhoda Broughton, S. Baring-Gould, Florence Marryat, F. Marion Crawford ("The Dead Smile" Dec-1899 from Ainslee's), H. Rider Haggard ("Fair Margaret" 1906/1907), Bernard Capes, Laurence Housman, Walter de la Mare.

Issues & Index Sources

  Nov-1896 – May-1916: FictionMags Index (FicMags sample issues only; IdxLdyR fiction to Oct-1914 only)
Indexes to Fiction #5: The Lady's Realm


  Nov-1896 – Oct-1909: Hutchinson, London
  Nov-1909 – Oct-1910: Stanley Paul
  Nov-1910 – May-1916: Amalgamated Magazine Company


  Nov-1896 – 1902: William Henry Wilkins
  1904 – 1906: E. Keble Chatterton
  1907 – 1911: Vere Smith


  standard on quality stock



Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers
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The Lady's World [1898]

Total Issues: 336?

A miscellany listed by O'Brien

Issues & Index Sources

  Dec-1898 – Sep-1926


  1905: Helen Taylor
  early 1920s: Mrs F.W. Wilby
  in 1925: A.L. Haydon







The Lady's World (of Fashion) [1842]

see also under Peterson's Magazine

The Lady's World [1887]

see also under The Woman's World

Laird & Lee Numbered Publications

Total Issues: 263

Issues & Index Sources:  1897 – 1907
Publishers:   Laird & Lee
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Lake Shore Series

Total Issues: 6

Issues & Index Sources:  1916
Publishers:   Street & Smith (New York)
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Lakeside Circus

A short-form speculative fiction magazine, subtitled "Short Fiction and Other Oddities", published in a variety of ebook formats.

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-2013 – present: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Dagan Books
Editors:   Carrie Cuinn

The Lakeside Library

Total Issues: 200

Issues & Index Sources:  1878 – 1880
Publishers:   Donnelly, Lloyd & Co.
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

The Lakeside Monthly

Total Issues: 57

Not much fiction at start but increased towards end; authors include James Grant Wilson; Francis E. Willard.

Vol. IV. has but five numbers instead of six, the number for Oct. '70 "having been burned in a printing office fire and never reprinted". The two succeeding issues of this volume (Nov. and. Dec.) are therefore numbered 22 and 23 instead of 23 and 24; the paging is also continuous from Sept. to Nov., jumping the October number altogether.

No. 28 (April '71) was never printed, owing to some change of proprietors. The folios are continuous in this volume (V.) from March to May.

Nos. 35 and 36 (Nov. and Dec.'71) were never printed, owing to the burning of Chicago in Oct.'71.

No. 60 (Dec.'73) was combined with Jan. '74 as a Double Holiday Number; hence No. 60 does not exist separately.

The last issue was No. 62 (Feb.'74).

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1869 – Dec-1870, as The Western Monthly: Index to Periodical Literature
  Jan-1871 – Feb-1874, as The Lakeside Monthly: Index to Periodical Literature


  Jan-1869 – Mar-1869: Reed & Tuttle
  Apr-1869 – Oct-1871: Reed, Browne & Co., No. 18 Tribune Building, Chicago, IL
  Jan-1872 – Sep-1872: University Publishing
  Oct-1872 – Apr-1873: J.J. Spalding
  May-1873 – Feb-1874: F.F. Browne


  Jan-1869 – Apr-1869: H.V. Reed
  May-1869 – Feb-1874: F.F. Browne





Lakewood Series

Total Issues: 4

Issues & Index Sources:  1894 – 1895
Publishers:   United States Book Co.
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Lambert's Monthly

Total Issues: 18

General fiction magazine with a wide range of second-rate material. Authors include George Manville Fenn, James Grant, Florence Marryat, L.T. Meade, Ouida, George R. Sims.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1890 – May-1891: Search & Research #2, 6-1974
Publishers:   F.J. Lambert, 21, 22, 23 & 24 Temple Chambers, London EC
Editors:   Sir Gilbert E. Campbell; later Philip May
Formats:   cheap newspulp
Prices:   1d
Pagecounts:   64pp
Frequency:   monthly
Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers

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