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Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine

Total Issues: 28 (as at Apr-2018)

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-2003 – present: Science Fiction Index (Missing: any after #28)
Publishers:   Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine, 4129 Carey Road, Victoria, BC, Canada V8Z 4G5
Editors:   Karl Johanson
Prices:   C$6.95
Pagecounts:   80
Frequency:   quarterly
Related Sites:   Science Fiction Encyclopedia
Website:   www.neo-opsis.ca
Email Address:   neoopsis@shaw.ca
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Neotrope

Total Issues: 2

Annual featuring progressive fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  2000 – 2001
Publishers:   P.O. Box 172, Lawrence, KS 66044 (in 2000 - 2002)
Editors:   Adam Powell & Paul Silvia (in 2000 - 2002)
Frequency:   annual
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)
Website:   www.brokenboulder.com/neotrope.htm
Email Address:   apowell10@hotmail.com

Nero Wolfe Mystery Magazine

Total Issues: 3

A short-lived reprint digest magazine, featuring an introduction by Rex Stout, a Nero Wolfe novella, ten reputable short stories, and a crossword in each issue.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1954 – Jun-1954: Crime Fiction Index
Publishers:   Hillman Periodicals
Editors:   Rex Stout (nominally)
Formats:   digest
Prices:   35c
Pagecounts:   144pp
Frequency:   bimonthly
Sources:   Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines
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Nerve

Print spinoff of the Web site, which sometimes features additional fiction. Features literate erotica.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 2000s
Publishers:   520 Broadway, Sixth Floor, New York, NY 10012 (in 2002)
Editors:   Susan Dominus (in 2002)
Frequency:   6 issues per year
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)
Email Address:   info@nerve.com

Nerve Gardens

Total Issues: 2

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 1987? – #2, 1987?: Science Fiction Index
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Neurotica

Total Issues: 9

A small, independent magazine about the relationship between neurosis and art and literature. Neurotica published some of the first works by Kerouac, Ginsberg, Marshall McLuhan, and many others. Although primarily a poetry magazine, it did publish the occasional piece of ficition.

Issues & Index Sources

  Spring 1948 – Winter 1952: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

Publishers

  Neurotica Publishing Company, St. Louis, 1948 (moved to New York in 1950)

Editors

  Spring 1948 – Spring 1951: Jay Irving Landesman
  Winter 1952: Gershon Legman

Prices

  50c (in 1950)

Neverary

Total Issues: 8

Amateur online magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-2003 – Apr-2005
Editors:   Lon Prater

Neverworlds

Online magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun/Jul-1998 – Feb-2002?
Editors:   Kevin L. McPherson & Jonathon M. Sullivan

New

Issues & Index Sources:  ?
Publishers:   Beyond Baroque Publications, Venice, California

New Acorn

Total Issues: 1

Selected short stories by contemporary authors.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun/Jul-1949: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   The Gerald Chas. Lee Co., 11 Kenton Gardens, Harrow, Middx
Editors:   H. Bagust
Formats:   digest
Prices:   1/-
Pagecounts:   79pp

The New Adelphi

see under The Adelphi

The New Adventures of Frankenstein

Total Issues: 11

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 2001 – #11, 2004: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   DruktenisPublishing; Highwood, IL
Editors:   Dennis J. Druktenis
Formats:   8" x 10"
Prices:   $7.00
Pagecounts:   68pp
 
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The New Age

Founded as a left-liberal "Weekly Record of Culture, Social Service, and Literary Life," it had little impact until taken over by A.R. Orage in 1907 (with financial backing from George Bernard Shaw and others). Primarily a vehicle for essays and criticism, it published some fiction, notably the early short stories of Katherine Mansfield. Orage's interests turned to mysticism, and after his departure from the paper in 1922 it declined.

Issues & Index Sources

  4-Oct-1894 – 7-Apr-1938

Publishers

  Frank Palmer, London

Editors

  1894 – 1895: Frederick A. Atkins
  1895 – 1898: A.E. Fletcher
  1898 – 1907: various
  1907 – 1922: Alfred Richard Orage
  1923 – 1938: Arthur Brenton

Formats

  tabloid

Frequency

  weekly

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

New Age Illustrated

see under Success (US)

New All-Action Stories

A loosely-connected series of thin pulps that were (mainly) numbered sequentially but varied between detective, romance and westerns, at least, and each of which had a different title. The series "title" was never listed in the table of contents, but was mentioned in advertisements for "other titles in the series".

The following issues are believed to belong to this series: # 1 - New Western Stories, 1949 # 2 - New Detective Tales, 1949 # 3 - 3 Star Western Stories, 1949 # 4 - Action Detective Tales, 1949 # 5 - Double Action Western Stories, 1949 # 6 - On the Spot Detective Tales, 1949 # ? - Action Western Stories, 1950 # ? - Romance Stories, 1950 #10 - Frontier Western Stories, 1950 #11 - Cosmic Science Stories, 1950 #12 - Fast-Action Western Stories, 1951 #13 - Triple Action Detective Tales, 1951 #14 - Ace High Western Stories, 1952 #15 - Two-Gun Western Stories, 1952 #16 - Quick Action Detective Stories, 1952 # ? - Six-Gun Western Stories, 1952 #18 - Private Eye Detective Tales, 1952

Issues & Index Sources:  1949 – 1952: Crime Fiction Index (Missing: #1, #9, #10, #12)
Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   T.V. Boardman, 14 Cockspur St., London, SW1 (some under Popular Press imprint)
Formats:   small pulp (5.25" x 8"); pulp (6" x 9")
Prices:   1/-; 9d
Pagecounts:   96pp; 64pp
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New American Review [1967]

Total Issues: 26

Called 'The Magazine of New Writing' from #16, it was equally a regular anthology series. Authors include Philip Roth, Louise Gluck, John Ashbery, Ted Hughes, John Barth, Donald Barthelme, E.L. Doctorow, Robert Coover. See selection Many Windows ed. Ted Solotaroff (Harper & Row, 1983)

Issues & Index Sources

  Sep-1967 – 1972: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  Feb-1973 – Nov-1977, as American Review: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

Publishers

  NAL/Signet to #10 (1970); Simon & Schuster to #15 (1972), then Bantam

Editors

  Theodore Solotaroff

Formats

  hardcover with paperback reprint

Frequency

  thrice yearly but twice yearly from 1975 (#22)

New American Review [1977]

Total Issues: 43

Subtitled "A Journal of Civility and the Arts".

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1977 – Feb-1986
Publishers:   New American Review, Brooklyn, NY
Editors:   Allen G. Weakland
Formats:   A4 quasi-slick
Frequency:   began monthly; bimonthly from Feb/Mar-1978 - Jun-1981, then quarterly

New American Writing

Total Issues: 33 (as at Sep-2015)

Literary magazine emphasizing contemporary American poetry, with the occasional piece of prose fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  1986 – present: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   OINK! Press, 369 Molino Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941
Editors:   Paul Hoover & Maxine Chernoff
Frequency:   yearly
Website:   www.newamericanwriting.com


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