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Now & Then

Fiction, poetry and essays on Appalachian life. Has published Fred Chappell, Robert Morgan. Circulation 1,000.

Issues & Index Sources:  1984 – present
Publishers:   Center for Appalachian Studies, Box 70556, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN 37614-0556
Editors:   Jane Harris Woodside & Nancy Fischman; Jane H. Woodside (in 2002)
Formats:   A4
Pagecounts:   40pp
Frequency:   thrice yearly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

Now It Can Be Told

Total Issues: 1

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  1943
Publishers:   F.A. Rucker


Total Issues: 23 (to Fall 2015)

n+1 is a print magazine of politics, literature, and culture founded in 2004 and published three times yearly.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-2004 – present: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   n+1 Foundation, Brooklyn, New York
Editors:   Carla Blumenkranz, Keith Gessen & Nikil Saval

Nth Degree

Total Issues: 14+12=26 (as at Jan-2019)

Subtitled "The Fiction and Fandom 'Zine". After #14 the magazine was initially online as Nth Zine but then retrospectively converted to isses of Nth Degree.

Issues & Index Sources

  Winter 2002 – Sep-2005: Science Fiction Index
  Sep-2005 – present: Science Fiction Index (Missing: any after #26, Aug/Sep-2018)


  Michael Pederson, 8600 Queensmere Place #2, Richmond, VA 23294


  Michael Pederson



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The Nucleus


Issues & Index Sources:  Jul-1938 – ?
Publishers:   Cosmic Publications
Editors:   Louis and Gertrude Kuslan


Subtitled "The Nudist Fiction Magazine" it featured lots of unairbrushed nudist photos interspersed with fiction about nudists.

Issues & Index Sources:  1965 – 1967
Formats:   8 x 11"
Prices:   $1.50
Pagecounts:   62pp
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Total Issues: 380?

Men's magazine; published "Thanks from the Whole Bouquet" by Harvey Jacobs, Sep-1965. Subsequently became an S&M/Fetish magazine.

Issues & Index Sources

  Nov-1955 – Nov-2006?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)


  Flying Eagle Publications, New York, NY


  Nov-1955: Archer St. John
  Feb-1956 – ?: Michael St. John
  1961 – 1967: Seymour Krim




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The Nugget Library (US)

Total Issues: 167

Issues & Index Sources:  29-Aug-1889 – 16-Aug-1892
Publishers:   Street & Smith
Formats:   8½" x 12"
Prices:   5c
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Nugget Library (UK)

Total Issues: 108+330+70=508

The third series was taken over by Amalgamated Press after some 20 issues. The bulk of the Henderson period yarns were written by Stephen H. Agnew and Lucas Reed, but later issues starred Harmsworth stalwarts like Arthur S. Hardy, Henry T. Johnson, Reginald Wray and John G. Rowe.

Incorporates: Lion Library & Prairie Library

Issues & Index Sources

  Oct-1905 – Dec-1907: Story Paper Index (sample issues only)
  7-Jan-1908 – May-1916?
  May-1919 – Mar-1922


  James Henderson, Red Lion House, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, London; Amalgamated Press


  John W. Wheway






  4 per month; weekly; 3 per month; 2 per month


Total Issues: 29+636+25=690

Became Nuggets with issue 30 (26-Nov-1892); the first 29 issues were entitled Comic Pictorial Nuggets, a ½d, 16-page comic paper; the size of the title was doubled and the contents split into two - 16 pages each of "story Nuggets" and "pictorial Nuggets" until #638.

Incorporates: Garland from 5-Aug-1900 Becomes Nuggets (comic).

Issues & Index Sources

  7-May-1892 – 19-Nov-1892, as Comic Pictorial Nuggets
  26-Nov-1892 – 28-Jan-1905, as Nuggets
  4-Feb-1905 – 22-Jul-1905, as Nuggets


  James Henderson


  Alfred W. Barratt






  16pp; 32pp from #30; 24pp for final series


  weekly (every Friday)

Nugget Weekly

Total Issues: 34

A combination of the former Prairie, Detective and Robin Hood libraries which retained their best features; characters included Sexton Blake, Robin Hood, Buffalo Bill and Nelson Lee amongst others, mostly reprints artists included Arthur Jones, Harry Lane, Fred Bennett and Leonard Shields. Named after the Nugget Library which the A.P. had then recently taken over from James Henderson & Son.

Issues & Index Sources

  17-Jul-1920 – 5-Mar-1921

#incorporated into The Marvel


  Amalgamated Press


  H.W. Twyman; John W. Wheway (Sub-editor)


  small; switches to larger format from #15


  32pp; 16pp from #15

Nuits d'Amour

Total Issues: 1?

Probably a one-shot - it announces a forthcoming "new number" called Piccadilly Playtime. The only price listed anywhere is 100Fr.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   Julian Press, 174 Great Suffolk Street, LONDON SE1
Formats:   7" x 9.5" saddle-stapled
Pagecounts:   32pp


Online small press magazine which ceased to run fiction after June 2002.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1996 – Jun-2002
Editors:   Ken Newquist, Easton, Pennsylvania

Nu Ormenel Collected

Total Issues: 5

Star Trek fanzine focussing on Klingon stories.

Issues & Index Sources:  1979 – 1985
Publishers:   Mazeltough Press, Seattle, Washington
Editors:   Fern Marder & Carol Walske
Related Sites:   Fanlore

The Nursery (UK)

Total Issues: 12

Nursery-age magazine written, as Gifford notes, "in words of one and two syllables."

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1880 – Dec-1880
Frequency:   monthly

The Nursery (US)

Full title is "The Nursery, A Monthly Magazine for Youngest Readers".

Issues & Index Sources:  1867 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample copy only)
Publishers:   John L. Shorey, 36 Bromfield Street, Boston
Editors:   Fanny P. Seaverns
Prices:   15c
Frequency:   monthly

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