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Target (US)

Total Issues: 3

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1961 – Apr-1962
Publishers:   VIP Productions
Sources:   It's a Man's World
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Target Library

Total Issues: 20

Issues & Index Sources:  18-Mar-1933 – 29-Mar-1933
Publishers:   Target Publications
Formats:   pocket library
Pagecounts:   52pp
Frequency:   weekly

The Tarpeian Rock

Total Issues: 8 (to 2015)

"The Tarpeian Rock includes works both sober and humorous. Clever short stories are featured alongside insightful opinion pieces with the main theme being an appreciation for God, country, and traditional values. Pieces that extol a particular virtue, like faith, courage, loyalty, honesty, love, hope, or compassion are particularly welcomed. Also satirical pieces that really take the gloves off in attacking relativism, nihilism, pseudoscience, political correctness, or cultural vulgarity are given pride of place."

Issues & Index Sources:  2003 – present: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Arx Publishing
Website:   www.arxpub.com/TarpeianRock.html
Formats:   quarto
Prices:   free
Pagecounts:   16pp
Frequency:   annual

Tarzan of the Apes

see under Story Digest Magazine

Tasty

Total Issues: 1?

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s
Publishers:   Paget Publications, 106 Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, London

The Tatler [1709]

Total Issues: 271

Mayo says "prose fiction was unquestionably an important factor in the success of the Tatler at a time when fiction was still considered by man readers a dubious, trivial, or at best an unfamiliar form of entertainment. The Tatler published more fiction than any magazine that preceded it, the Gentleman's Journal perhaps excepted." Many stories were written by Steele himself.

Issues & Index Sources:  12-Apr-1709 – 2-Jan-1711
Publishers:   Richard Steele, London
Editors:   Richard Steele (as Isaac Bickerstaff)
Frequency:   thrice weekly

The Tatler [1901]

An upmarket society magazine which is still going strong; it claims to be descended from the 18th-century Tatler edited by Steele, but that is highly dubious; featured two-page colour spreads by illustrator Alfred Bestall in the 1920s (in his reminiscences, he referred to the magazine as a "big shiny" -- equivalent to the contemporary American phrase "big slick"); it published fiction during its weekly period, e.g. "The Gentleman from America" by Michael Arlen (Christmas 1924); circulation of the relaunched version 72,000 (in 1993).

Absorbed The Bystander in 1940, to become Tatler & Bystander (still called that in 1962). In 1965, absorbed by London Life.

Issues & Index Sources

  3-Jul-1901 – 29-Sep-1965: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  Mar-1968 – present

Publishers

  Conde Nast, London

Website

  www.tatler.co.uk

Editors

  in 1962: J. Oliver
  ? – 1984: Tina Brown
  1984? – 1999: Jane Procter

Formats

  big slick

Frequency

  3-Jul-1901 – 29-Sep-1965: weekly
  Mar-1968 – present: monthly

Tattle Tales

Total Issues: 50+

Issues & Index Sources

  Winter 1932 – 1938: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  c. 1939/1940

Publishers

  Winter 1932 – Sep-1934: Regal Publishing Company
  Oct-1934 – Jun-1937: Detinuer Publishing
  Jul-1937 – 1938: D.M. Publishing
  c. 1939/1940

Editors

  Gloria Grey

Sources

  Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, Uncovered: The Hidden Art of Girlie Pulps
 
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Tattle Tales (UK)

British reprint edition of Tattle Tales.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1930s
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Tauchnitz Magazine

Total Issues: 24

An English-language reprint periodical issued by the German paperback publisher, Tauchnitz; circa 80 pages per issue, with short stories reprinted from The Cornhill Magazine, The English Illustrated Magazine, Longman's Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The Idler and others.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1891 – Jul-1893: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   Tauchnitz, Leipzig?
Formats:   smaller (?) than standard format
Frequency:   monthly

Taylor-Trotwood Magazine

see under Bob Taylor's Magazine

Tea Cup

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1990s
Publishers:   P.O. Box 8665, Hellgate Station, Missoula, MT 59807 (in 1998); P.O. Box 825, Ithaca, NY 14851-0825 (in 2000)
Editors:   Rhian Ellis (in 1998 - 2000)
Frequency:   thrice yearly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (not in 2002)

Teaser

Issues & Index Sources:  c. 1950
Publishers:   Burmont Books Ltd.

'Tec - The Five-in-One Detective Magazine

Total Issues: 2

Billed as having "five complete novels" in each issue, although each is condensed to a mere 20 pages each. One story in the second issue is original.

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1939 – Jun/Jul-1939: Crime Fiction Index
Publishers:   Quintec, Inc., Albany, NY
Formats:   large pulp
Frequency:   bimonthly
Sources:   The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Teenager

Contains features on "film, fashion and beauty."

Issues & Index Sources:  Autumn 1947 – ?
Publishers:   Aida Reubens, 86 Ashgrove Road, Goodmayes, Ilford
Editors:   Barbara Willis
Prices:   1s.
Pagecounts:   48pp
Frequency:   quarterly

Teenage Times

Issues & Index Sources:  4-Nov-1949 – ?
Publishers:   Clancy
Formats:   tabloid
Pagecounts:   12pp
Frequency:   weekly

Teen Ink

Magazine written "by teens for teens", including fiction in each issue.

Issues & Index Sources

  Sep-1989 – Jan-2000, as The 21st Century
  Feb-2000 – present, as Teen Ink

Publishers

  The Young Authors Foundation, Inc, PO Box 30, Newton, MA 02461

Website

  www.teenink.com

Frequency

  monthly

Tegg's Magazine of Knowledge and Amusement

Total Issues: 12

Tegg was gifted in his ability to recycle books and stories into new chapbooks and became known as the "king of the remainders."

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1843 – Apr-1844
Publishers:   Thomas Tegg
Frequency:   monthly


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