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The New Quarterly Magazine

Ran occasional fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  1873 – 1878: The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals Volume 2
Publishers:   Ward, Lock & Tyler, London
Editors:   Oswald Crawfurd; Ford Maddox Hueffer
Formats:   standard
Frequency:   quarterly

New Reader Magazine

New Reader Magazine is a quarterly arts, literature, and culture journal. Our purpose is to publish fearless fiction and non-fiction, poetry, identity and culture essays, and groundbreaking visual art.

Issues & Index Sources:  v1 #1, 2018 – present
Publishers:   New Reader Magazine, 100 Church Street, Suite 800 New York, NY 10007
Frequency:   quarterly

New Realm

Online fantasy magazine.

Issues & Index Sources

  Aug-2012 – Aug-2013, as eFantasy
  Sep-2013 – Feb-2017?, as New Realm


  eFiction Publishing


  Doug Lance

New Redskin Library

Total Issues: 86

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1926 – Dec-1929
Publishers:   Newnes
Pagecounts:   36pp

The New Renaissance

Publishes challenging and explorative fiction but avoids trendy and fashionable. Emphasis on the human condition. Circulation 1,500.

Issues & Index Sources:  1968 – Spring/Summer 2006
Publishers:   26 Heath Road #11, Arlington, MA 02174-3614 (in 1998 - 2002)
Editors:   Louise T. Reynolds (in 1998 - 2002)
Formats:   review
Pagecounts:   144+pp
Frequency:   twice yearly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

The New Republic

Liberal journal started by Dorothy Straight, her husband, Willard Straight, and the journalist, Herbert Croly. Early contributors included Walter Weyl, Randolph Bourne, Charles Beard, Amy Lowell, Henry Brailsford and H.G. Wells.

Issues & Index Sources:  7-Nov-1914 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Editors:   Herbert Croly
Frequency:   weekly
Related Sites:   Spartacus Educational

New Reveille

see under Reveille

The New Review [1889]

Although the first series occasionally published a short story, fiction did not became a sales feature until the short-lived second series under Henley in 1895. Authors include H.G. Wells ("The Time Machine," 1895), Arthur Morrison ("A Child of the Jago" 1896), Henry James ("What Maisie Knew," 1897), Joseph Conrad ("The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'", 1897).; thereafter retitled The Outlook and continued as a weekly review to 1928

Issues & Index Sources

  Jun-1889 – Dec-1897: FictionMags Index
  1897 – 1928, as The Outlook


  1889 – 1894: Longman's
  1895 – 1897: Heinemann


  1889 – 1894: Archibald Grove
  1895 – 1897: W.E. Henley
  1897 – 1928: George Wyndham


  1889 – 1897: monthly
  1897 – 1928: weekly

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

The New Review [1931]

Total Issues: 5?

Subtitled "an international notebook for the arts"; published Heny Miller's first story "Mademoiselle Claude".

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan/Feb-1931 – Apr-1932
Publishers:   Samuel Putnam, Paris
Editors:   Samuel Putnam
Frequency:   irregular

The New Review [1974]

Total Issues: 50

General literary magazine, mostly essays and poetry; Arts Council-supported. Authors include Martin Amis, Jim Crace, Ian McEwan, Jean Rhys, William Trevor, a successor to the non-fiction The Review (1962 - 1972). See derivative book The New Review Anthology (Heinemann, 1985) edited by Ian Hamilton.

Issues & Index Sources:  Apr-1974 – Autumn 1978: Index to Commonwealth Little Magazines
Publishers:   Ian Hamilton
Editors:   Ian Hamilton
Formats:   small slick
Frequency:   monthly
Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

New River Review

Issues & Index Sources:  Fall 1975 – ?
Publishers:   Radford College, Radford, Virginia

New Romance Library

Total Issues: 71

Issues & Index Sources:  1907 – 1917: Dime Novel Bibliography (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Street & Smith (New York)
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

New Sabbath Library

Total Issues: 24

Issues & Index Sources:  1898 – 1900
Publishers:   David Cook
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

New Secret Service Series

Total Issues: 70

Issues & Index Sources:  1902 – 1905
Publishers:   Street & Smith (New York)
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

The New Sensation

Total Issues: 161?

Story-paper with adventures set almost wholly in New York.

Issues & Index Sources

  16-Jun-1873 – 19-Feb-1876: Bibliographic Listing: The New Sensation and The Sporting New Yorker
  26-Feb-1876 – 10-Jun-1876, as The Sporting New Yorker: Bibliographic Listing: The New Sensation and The Sporting New Yorker
  17-Jun-1876 – 1-Jul-1876, as The Illustrated Sporting New Yorker: Bibliographic Listing: The New Sensation and The Sporting New Yorker


  Norman L. Munro, NY









Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

New Sensation Novels

Total Issues: 14

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1870s
Publishers:   N. Munro
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

New Sensations

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1920s: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Formats:   standard pulp
Pagecounts:   132pp
Frequency:   bimonthly

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