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Trapped Detective Story Magazine

Total Issues: 35

Guilty Detective Story Magazine and Trapped Detective Story Magazine were companion magazines launched by Feature Publications in June/July 1956. Both determined to show that the spirit of the 1940s detective pulp magazines was still alive and well in the 1950s, albeit in a digest format. Each magazine ran for 35 issues, initially alternating on a bimonthly schedule and latterly alternating with two issues every quarter.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1956 – Feb-1963: Crime Fiction Index
Publishers:   Headline Publications, 1 Appleton Street, Holyoke, Mass
Editors:   W.W. Scott
Formats:   digest
Prices:   35c
Pagecounts:   128pp
Frequency:   monthly to Feb-1960 then quarterly
Sources:   Ultimate Guide to the Pulps, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines
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Travel by Road

Subtitled "Monthly Illustrated", Travel by Road was a slick magazine, about the same size as Liberty and was primarily a non-fiction periodical promoting bus and coach travel in the UK, the last half of the first issue was taken up with maps of the principal bus routes of Great Britain. However the magazine did publish occasional fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Apr-1924 – ?: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Messrs. Rieu, Wiley & Co. Ltd., London
Formats:   slick (28 cms by 22 cms)
Prices:   4d
Pagecounts:   36pp
Frequency:   monthly

Traveller's Pack

Total Issues: 3

A magazine of (true?) adventure stories, some reprinted from US pulps. The series is more like a pulp anthology spin-off of the Master Thriller series.

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-1934 – Sep-1934: Adventure Fiction Index (Missing: Sep-1934)
Publishers:   The World's Work
Editors:   probably H. Norman Evans
Formats:   standard pulp (illustrated)
Prices:   1/-
Pagecounts:   128pp
Frequency:   quarterly
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Traymore Series

Total Issues: 30

Issues & Index Sources:  1895: Dime Novel Bibliography (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Street & Smith (New York)
Sources:   Dime Novel Bibliography

Treaders of Starlight

Total Issues: 2

A speculative and science fiction poetry zine, including poems by L. Sprague de Camp, Jessica Amanda Salmonson & H. Warner Munn.

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1974 – Aug-1976: Science Fiction Index
Editors:   Mark Rich and Rebecca S. Marcus
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Treasure

Educational weekly for 5-9 year-olds.

Issues & Index Sources

  19-Jan-1963 – 1971

#incorporated into World of Wonder

Publishers

  Fleetway Publications

Prices

  1/3d; 7½p

Pagecounts

  24pp

Frequency

  weekly

The Treasure Chest

Initially subtitled "for California Boys and Girls" on the cover, but changed to just "for Boys and Girls" in December 1926.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jun-1926 – ?
Publishers:   Wooster & Dickson, 1402 De Young Building, San Francisco, CA
Editors:   Samuel B. Dickson & John B. Wooster
Prices:   25c

Treasure-Trove Library

Total Issues: 45

Began life as a series of anonymous pirate yarn novellas. Later issues contained a lead story starring Ted Strong (aka Young Rough Rider), reprinting stories from the American boys' dime novel series Young Rough Rider Weekly which ran between 1904-1907. Researcher Victor Berch note, "All of the Ted Strong stories were originally by-lined with the house name Ned Taylor and in this instance, the real author was William Wallace Cook."

Issues & Index Sources:  19-Mar-1919 – Nov-1922?: Story Paper Index (incomplete)
Publishers:   Newnes
Prices:   3d; 4d
Pagecounts:   68pp; 80pp
Frequency:   monthly

Treasury of Great Science Fiction Stories

Total Issues: 3

A reprint magazine selecting from Thrilling Wonder Stories and Startling Stories. Was later relaunched as Science Fiction Yearbook.

Issues & Index Sources

  #1, 1964 – #2, 1965: Science Fiction Index
  #3, 1966, as Great Science Fiction Stories: Science Fiction Index

Publishers

  Popular Library, Inc.

Editors

  James B. Hendryx, Jr.

Formats

  standard pulp

Prices

  50c

Pagecounts

  96pp

Frequency

  annual

Related Sites

  Science Fiction Encyclopedia
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Treasury of Great Western Stories

Total Issues: 9 (at least)

An unusual hybrid between paperbacks and newstand pulps. Pulp-sized, but clearly printed using paperback methods.

Issues & Index Sources

  #1, 1965 – #9, 1973: Western Fiction Index (possibly further issues)

Publishers

  Popular Library, Inc.

Editors

  in 1965: Jim Hendryx, Jr.
  in 1969: Helen Tono

Formats

  small pulp

Sources:   The Pulp Western
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Treat 'Em Rough

Slick post-WWI magazine that featured some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources

  5-May-1918 – Jul-1919: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)

Publishers

  Treat 'Em Rough Publishing Company, Inc., New York City, NY

Editors

  Frank Brady

Prices

  20c

Pagecounts

  50pp

Frequency

  5-May-1918 – 29-Jul-1918: semi-monthly
  Aug-1918 – Jul-1919: monthly

Trek

Possibly called "SA Opinion - Trek". Published first stories by Doris Lessing as well as Nadine Gordimer, Nicholas Monsarrat, Alan Paton, and many others.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1940s
Editors:   Charles Bosman & Bernard Sachs

The Trend [1911]

Contained "Politics, Art, Literature, a Serial Story, Short Stories, Music, Drama, Fashions, Portraits and Personalities, Humor, Book Reviews, and an Editorial Story of the Trend of Events".

Issues & Index Sources:  Apr-1911 – 1915?
Publishers:   Trend Magazine Pub. Co., 43 Cedar Street, New York
Prices:   15c
Frequency:   monthly

Trend [1930]

Subtitled variously "A Quarterly of the Seven Arts" and "An Illustrated bimonthly of the Arts", contained articles on American culture by writers such as Buckminster Fuller, poetry by Alfred Kreymborg, Langston Hughes, etc. and occasional fiction (August Derleth contributed at least one story to it).

Issues & Index Sources:  1932? – 1935?
Publishers:   The Society of Teachers and Composers, New York
Frequency:   quarterly/bimonthly

Trend [1940]

Aimed to "publish the writers who are doing new things in verse and prose".

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1940s
Publishers:   University of Chicago
Editors:   John W. Barnes

Triangle Quarterly

Pulp magazine that reprinted contents of various US pulps of various genres. For instance, the Spring 1945 issue contained 96 pages each from an undated issue of Range Riders Western, 96 pages from an undated issue of Sky Fighters, 96 pages from the December 1943 issue of Phantom Detective and 96 pages from the October 1944 issue of Texas Rangers.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1940s: Crime Fiction Index (Missing: all except Fall 1945)
Western Fiction Index
Prices:   25c
Pagecounts:   400pp
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