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An independent bimonthly journal covering the Jewish world.

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1975 – present
Publishers:   470 41st Street N.W., Washington, DC 20016 (in 2002)
Editors:   Leonard Fein (1975 - 1987); Hershel Shanks (1987 - present)
Frequency:   bimonthly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

The Monday Evening Ghost


Issues & Index Sources:  in 1960s
Publishers:   Robert Jennings
Editors:   Robert Jennings

Monkey Business

Total Issues: 5 (as at Sep-2015)

Subtitled "New Writing from Japan".

Issues & Index Sources:  2011 – present: FictionMags Index (Missing: #2; #3; any after #4)
Publishers:   A Public Space Literary Projects, Inc., 323 Dean St., Brooklyn NY 11217
Editors:   Ted Goossen & Motoyuki Shibata

Monogram Series

Total Issues: 5

Issues & Index Sources:  1902
Publishers:   Street & Smith (New York)
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography


Small press horror magazine containing at least 1 story by D.F. Lewis.

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1998


Last three issues titled Monsieur, The Swinger.

Issues & Index Sources:  Feb-1957 – Mar-1968: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   "Boxing and Wrestling Inc." Union City, New Jersey
Editors:   William Lieberson
Prices:   50c
Pagecounts:   82pp
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The Monster Library of Complete Stories

Total Issues: 19

Large sized library reprinting various series (in edited form) of Nelson Lee Library. Small print added to the value, making each issue a full-length novel in itself. No illustrations bar the colour cover (illustrated by J.H. Valda) and the story heading.

Issues & Index Sources:  1-Nov-1925 – 20-May-1927
Publishers:   Amalgamated Press
Editors:   Harold May
Formats:   11" x 7½"
Prices:   1s
Frequency:   monthly

Monster Parade

Total Issues: 4

A monster movie magazine with a high percentage of fiction. Numbering of the first issue was continued from another as yet unidentified title, isolated sightings of which are probably responsible for the occasional reports that there were six issues of MP.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1958 – Mar-1959: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Magnum Publications, NY
Editors:   Larry Shaw
Formats:   large format semi-slick
Prices:   35c
Pagecounts:   68pp
Frequency:   bimonthly
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Monsters and Things

Total Issues: 2

A monster movie magazine with a high percentage of fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1959 – Apr-1959: Science Fiction Index (only fiction indexed)
Publishers:   Magnum Publications, NY
Editors:   Larry Shaw
Formats:   large format semi-slick
Prices:   25c
Pagecounts:   52pp
Frequency:   bimonthly
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Monster Sex Tales

Total Issues: 1

A pornographic fiction magazine. Two of the stories are partly cannibalized from "The Adult Version of Frankenstein" by Hal Kantor, Calga, 1970, another branch of the same company.

Issues & Index Sources:  v1 #1, 1972: Science Fiction Index
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The Monsters Next Door

Total Issues: 1?

Primarily an e-zine publishing a mixture of poetry, articles, photography and fiction a single print issue was published via Lulu.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-2009
Editors:   L.B. Goddard

The Month

Intended for Catholic readers but subtitled "An Illustrated Magazine of Literature, Science and Art," it included short stories and serialized novels, starting with Lady Georgina Fullerton's "Constance Sherwood".

Issues & Index Sources

  Jul-1864 – 2001: Index to Periodical Literature (1864 - 1906 only)


  1864 – 1882: Simpkin, Marshall & Co
  1882 – 1912: Burns & Oates
  1912 – Apr-1960: Longmans, Green
  May-1960 – present?: self-published


  1864 – 1865: Frances Margaret Taylor
  1865 – 1881: Henry James Coleridge
  1882 – 1894: Richard Frederick Clarke
  1894 – 1897: John Gerard
  1897 – 1901: Sydney Fenn Smith
  1901 – 1912: John Gerard
  1912 – Mar-1939: Joseph Keating
  Apr-1939 – Dec-1948: John Murray
  Jan-1949 – Apr-1963: Philip Caraman
  May-1963 – Mar-1967: Ronald Moffat
  Apr-1967 – Jan-1974: Peter Hebblethwaite
  1974 – 1975: Michael Walsh
  1976 – ?: Hugh Kay


  monthly, but for many years had a combined Jul/Aug issue

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  British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

The Monthly Chronicle [1728]

Issues & Index Sources:  1728 – 1732

The Monthly Chronicle [1838]

Total Issues: 40

Predominantly non-fiction but serialized Bulwer Lytton's unfinished "Zicci--A Tale".

Issues & Index Sources

  Mar-1838 – Jun-1841: The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals Volume 3


  Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans


  Mar-1838 – Oct-1838: Dionysius Lardner & Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  Nov-1838 – Mar-1839: Dionysius Lardner
  Apr-1839 – Aug-1839: Robert Bell
  Sep-1839: Richard Hengist Horne
  Oct-1839 – Jun-1841: Robert Bell




  British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

Monthly Home Journal

see under The Daisy

Monthly Illustrator

True to its name, the main focus of this zine was art: many reproductions of paintings, sketches, and photographic studies. Articles on artists, art movements, decorative arts. However, also features travelogues, "Mysteries of a Sultan's Palace", etc.

As to fiction: Most obviously, the issues of 1895 are busy serializing "Victor Hugo's JEAN VALJEAN (condensed by Ernest Ingersoll)". But there are also many poems and other pieces of fiction, including for example another serial THE RECTOR OF RADBOURNE by Henry Mann the educator?. Even the shrunken issue for Dcemember 1896 has not eliminated the fiction, but includes at least "The Feminine Monde" by Edwardes sic Dawson.

Issues & Index Sources

  Jan-1893 – ?, as Quarterly illustrator
  ? – Sep-1895, as Monthly illustrator
  Oct-1895 – May-1897, as Monthly illustrator and Home and country (incorporating Home and Country)


  Jan-1893 – Sep-1895: H.C. Jones
  Oct-1895 – May-1897: The Monthly Illutrator Pub. Co.


  approx. 9.5 x 6.5 inches, perfect bound


  ? – Sep-1895: 30c
  Oct-1895 – ?: 20c
  Dec-1896: 5c


  1895: 120pp
  Dec-1896: 50pp

The Monthly Magazine

I'm not aware this published much fiction, certainly not in its early days, though probably after 1826 when it adopted the sub-title "British register of literature, science and belles lettres." It serialized novels by G. W. M. Reynolds in the 1830s. Its title explains why we have a "New" Monthly Magazine so early.

Issues & Index Sources

  Feb-1796 – 1843


  Richard Phillips


  1796 – 1806: John Aiken
  1806 – 1808: George Gregory
  1836 – ?: James Grant
  Jul-1839 – May-1840: Francis Barham & Abraham Heraud
  May-1840 – ?: Abraham Heraud




  British Literary Magazines Vol. 2

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