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Penguin Parade

Total Issues: 11+3=14

Closer to a magazine than Penguin New Writing, although both are arguably anthologies with a variety of features. Fiction was new and reprint, including H.E. Bates, Stephen Vincent Benet, James G. Cozzens, Sean O'Faolain, Herbert Read, Irwin Shaw, Katherine Anne Porter.

Issues & Index Sources

  1937 – 1945: FictionMags Index
  1947 – 1948: FictionMags Index

Publishers

  Penguin Books

Editors

  1937 – 1945: Cenys Kilham Roberts
  1947 – 1948: Jack Morpurgo

Formats

  pocketbook

Frequency

  intended as quarterly, but irregular

Sources

  British Literary Magazines Vol. 4

Peninsular Magazine

Total Issues: 23 (to Dec-2001)

Fiction-carrying small-press "literary magazine".

Issues & Index Sources:  1996 – in 2000s
Publishers:   Cherrybite Publications, Linden Cottage, 45 Burton Road, Little Neston, Cheshire, CH64 4AE
Editors:   Shelagh Nugent (in 1997 - 2001)
Formats:   A5
Prices:   £3.50
Pagecounts:   88pp
Frequency:   quarterly

The Penn Monthly Magazine

"Devoted to the Literary, Scientific, and Social Interests of the Commonwealth and the Nation."

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1870 – 1892?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   American News Company, Philadelphia
Pagecounts:   40pp
Frequency:   monthly

The Penny Atlas

Total Issues: 128

See Waite The Quest for Bloods p.77 (n.211)

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1842 – Feb-1845?
Publishers:   Edward Lloyd
Formats:   small tabloid
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   weekly

Penny Dreadful

Total Issues: 15

Issues & Index Sources:  Summer 1996 – #15, 2004: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Pendragonian Publications,PO Box 719, New York, NY 10101
Editors:   Michael Pendragon
Email Address:   mmpendragon@aol.com
Formats:   octavo s/b
Prices:   $5.00
Pagecounts:   140
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The Penny Dreadfull

Gothic fanzine that published some fiction by Brian Stableford.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1990s
Publishers:   72 Fern Dene Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE8 4RX
Editors:   Angela Readman

Penny Illustrated Paper

A cheap illustrated weekly newspaper.

Issues & Index Sources:  1861 – 1913
Prices:   1d
Frequency:   weekly
Related Sites:   Wikipedia

The Penny Magazine [1832]

Circulation peaked at 200,000 after a year; declined to 25,000. Mostly non-fiction but did publish several interesting stories.

Issues & Index Sources

  31-Mar-1832 – 27-Dec-1845: Index to Periodical Literature
  3-Jan-1846 – 26-Dec-1846, as Knight's Penny Magazine

Publishers

  1832 – 1845: Charles Knight for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge
  1846: Charles Knight

Editors

  Charles Knight (from 1846 at least)

Frequency

  weekly

The Penny Magazine [1898]

Total Issues: 1398+26=1424

Issues & Index Sources

  22-Oct-1898 – 1903, as The New Penny Magazine: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  1903 – 1925, as The Penny Magazine
  Feb-1925 – Aug-1925, as Cassell's Popular Magazine

Publishers

  Cassell's

Frequency

  weekly

The Penny Magazine (US) [1895]

Issues & Index Sources:  1895? – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   The Penny Company, New York
Editors:   Charles Frederick Stansbury
Prices:   2c
Frequency:   monthly

The Penny Magazine (US) [1896]

Issues & Index Sources:  Apr-1896 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Penny Magazine Company, 653 The Bourse, Philadelphia, PA
Prices:   5c
Frequency:   monthly

The Penny Miscellany

Waite was unsure whether he was recalling this journal or a later one of the same title as being particularly dull.

Issues & Index Sources:  1865 – 1868
Frequency:   weekly

The Penny Pictorial Magazine

Total Issues: 1795+71=1866

Originally aimed at a younger market and of interest to boys' story-paper collectors as it reprinted many Sexton Blake stories from the Union Jack. Apart from Sexton Blake (1907 - 1913), the paper included a great many other detectives, including Derwent Duff by Cecil Hayter, Marcus Bland by Addington Symonds, Detective X. Crook by Jefferson Farjeon and Inch of the Yard by George Goodchild.

Issues & Index Sources

  10-Jun-1899 – 23-Jun-1922: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  30-Jun-1922 – 6-Nov-1926, as Pictorial Magazine: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
  13-Nov-1926 – 28-Oct-1933, as Pictorial Weekly: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
  4-Nov-1933 – 9-Mar-1935, as Penny Pictorial

Publishers

  Harmsworth

Editors

  1899 – 1905: Charles Sisley
  Noel Wood-Smith

Prices

  1d

Frequency

  weekly

The Penny Popular

Total Issues: 286+628=914

Boys' story-paper. Reprinted many Sexton Blake stories from the Union Jack. Ran Charles Hamilton's school and adventure stories (under various pen names). Companion to The Penny Wonder.

Issues & Index Sources

  Oct-1912 – Mar-1918

#incorporated into The Boys' Friend

  Jan-1919 – 1920
  Aug-1920 – Feb-1931, as The Popular

#becomes The Ranger

Publishers

  Amalgamated Press, Fleetway House

Editors

  1916 – 1918: R. T. Eves
  Arthur Aldcroft [Assistant Editor]

Prices

  1d; 1½d; 2d from (1922)

Pagecounts

  32pp; 16pp; 20pp from Oct-1919; 28pp from #161 (1922?)

Frequency

  weekly (every Friday; Tuesday from 1920s)

The Penny Story-Teller & Popular Magazine

Total Issues: 248

The first 1d illustrated story paper.

Issues & Index Sources

  1-Aug-1832 – 21-Sep-1836: FictionMags Index (sample issue only; may have continued to 31-Dec-1840)

Publishers

  #1, 183? – #10, 183?: William Stevens Ltd., Family Herald Press, London WC
  #11, 183? – #24, 183?: William Howden
  #25, 183? – #130, 183?: Charles Penny
  #131, 183? – #248, 183?: S. Kay

Formats

  quarto

Prices

  1d

Pagecounts

  46pp

Frequency

  weekly

The Penny Sunday Times and People's Police Gazette

Total Issues: 278

Consisted entirely of fiction and fabricated police reports in order to by-pass the stamp duty on newspapers. Succeeded because of its many Dickens imitations like "The Life and Adventures of Martin Puzzlewhit" by Bos (1843).

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1841 – 3-Jan-1847
Publishers:   Edward Lloyd
Formats:   story paper
Frequency:   weekly


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