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The Violet Novels

Total Issues: 340

Issues & Index Sources:  ? – 6-Apr-1933
Publishers:   Amalgamated Press
Frequency:   2 titles per month

Violet Series

Total Issues: 107

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1890s
Publishers:   F. M. Lupton
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

The Virginia Quarterly Review

A noted literary magazine. Published works by D.H. Lawrence, Conrad Aiken, and more recently Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Olin Butler, Ann Beattie. Circulation 3,200.

Issues & Index Sources:  1925 – present: Short Story Index (Missing: all before 1974 at least)
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Publishers:   University of Virginia, One West Range, P.O. Box 400223, Charlottesville, VA 22903-4223 (in 1998 - 2002)
Website:   www.vqronline.org
Editors:   Archibald Bolling Shepperson (in 1940), Staige D. Blackford (in 1998 - 2002)
Formats:   digest
Prices:   $5
Pagecounts:   188pp
Frequency:   quarterly
Sources:   O. Henry Awards Website (in 2002)

Vis-a-Vis

Full title was "Vis a Vis, An Interdisciplinary Journal"

Issues & Index Sources:  1975 – ?
Publishers:   California State University, Fullerton

Vision

Total Issues: 18

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  #1, 1990 – #18, 1993: Science Fiction Index
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Visionary Tongue

Small press horror magazine containing at least 1 story by D.F. Lewis.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1990s
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Vision of Tomorrow

Total Issues: 12

While edited and printed in England, the publisher was in Australia. Note that a change in printers resulted in the third issue coming out before the old printer got #2 out.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1969 – Sep-1970: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Ronald E. Graham, Yagoona, NSW
Editors:   Philip Harbottle
Formats:   slick
Prices:   5/-
Pagecounts:   64pp
Frequency:   monthly
Related Sites:   Science Fiction Encyclopedia
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Visions

Total Issues: 9

Semi-professional magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Spring 1987 – Fall 1991: Science Fiction Index
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Vistas

Total Issues: 5

A magazine of new stories. Subtitled "A literary and philsophical review".

Issues & Index Sources:  1946 – 1949
Publishers:   Roy Day Publications, Woodford Green, Taunton
Editors:   Roy Day
Frequency:   quarterly but irregular

Vital Detective Cases

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  1943 – ?
Publishers:   Volitant Publications, 103 Park Ave., New York, NY, and 105 E. 35th St., New York, NY
Frequency:   bimonthly

Vitality

Total Issues: 9

Small press magazine featuring "a queer person who has an adventure, rather than a person who has an adventure because they are queer" with a particular emphasis on "fantasy, sci-fi, horror, mystery, thriller, steampunk, comedy, travel, & historical fiction."

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-2014 – Apr-2016: Science Fiction Index
Website:   www.readvitality.com
Editors:   Jaylee James (pen name of Jesse Ellorris)
Formats:   ebook
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Viva

Published occasional fiction, e.g. Ellison's "The Diagnosis of Dr. D'arque Angel" (Jan-1977).

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1973 – 1980
Publishers:   Curtis
Formats:   slick
Frequency:   monthly
Related Sites:   Wikipedia

Vivid Stories

Total Issues: 1?

Issues & Index Sources:  1946?
Publishers:   Brown Watson

Vogue

It began modestly, but was built by Nast into a big glossy high-society fashion magazine which has been known to bill itself as "the most famous magazine in the world." Fiction was never a significant component in what is basically a platform for luxury advertising, but it has published writers of literary quality. A British edition has appeared since 1916.

Issues & Index Sources

  Dec-1892 – present

Publishers

  1909 – ?: Conde Nast

Website

  www.vogue.com

Editors

  1914 – 1952: Edna Woolman Chase
  in 1990s: Anna Wintour

Formats

  large-format slick

Frequency

  initially weekly, later monthly

Voice of Experience

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  ?
Sources:   Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines

Voices: The Journal of New York Folklore

Claims to run one or two short stories each issue, although in the example examined the pieces appeared to be childhood reminiscences. Available only to members of the New York Folklore Society.

Formed by a merger of New York Folklore and New York Folklore Newsletter and the first issue was Volume 26, Fall/Winter 2000.

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-2000 – present
Publishers:   New York Folklore Society, P.O. Box 764, Schenectady, NY 12301
Website:   www.nyfolklore.org/pubs/voices.html
Editors:   Karen Taussig-Lux
Frequency:   twice-yearly


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