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The Toronto Star Weekly

see under Man About Town (UK)

The Torquasian Times

Fanzine that published some fiction, including a story by Ray Bradbury.

Issues & Index Sources:  in 1950s
Publishers:   The Torquasian Times, 1041 Cayuga St., Santa Cruz, CA
Editors:   R. Hewitt Reneau

To the Stars

Total Issues: 3

Also known as "L. Ron Hubbard's To the Stars". First issue (#0) was distributed free at the 1983 Worldcon. Originally Terry Carr was slated as the editor, but this never happened. Contained mainly small articles about space exploration, writing, and sf media news, but no fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1983 – 1984: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)
Publishers:   Bridge Publications
Editors:   John & Bjo Trimble
Prices:   free (#0); $1.50 (#1); $2.50 (#2)

Touch

Issues & Index Sources:  1958 – 1971
Publishers:   American Art Agency, 7311 Fulton Avenue, North Hollywood, CA.
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The Touchstone [1917]

A magazine "in the interest of better art, better homes, and a better and more reasonable way of living".

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1917 – 1921?: FictionMags Index (partial issues only)
Publishers:   Mary Fanton Roberts, Inc., 118-120 East 30th Street, New York City
Editors:   Mary Fanton Roberts

Touchstone [1947]

Total Issues: 2

Issues & Index Sources:  Fall 1947 – ?: FictionMags Index (partial issue only)

Tough Stories Magazine

Total Issues: 3?

A crudely (hand) assembled digest-sized magazine, with pages stapled together (without spine, seemingly as issued), official page numbers penned over printed numbers, some pages crossed out (much like an uncorrected proof). It is unclear if this was ever offered for sale.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1956 – Mar-1956?: Crime Fiction Index
Formats:   digest
Pagecounts:   128
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Toward Tomorrow

Total Issues: 4

Amateur magazine featuring the usual mix of fiction, poetry and fannish articles.

Issues & Index Sources:  Spring 1944 – Jun-1945
Publishers:   James Kepner, Los Angeles, California
Editors:   James Kepner

Tower of Light

Low payment online magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Winter 2009 – ?
Publishers:   Michael Southard
Editors:   Jeff Richards

Town & Country

America's premier lifestyle magazine for the affluent, Town & Country is an elegant publication that shares and shapes its readers' discerning tastes in fashion, travel, design, beauty, health, and the arts and antiques. Sumptuous photography and fine writing grace its pages each month.

Founded in 1846, Town & Country has the distinction of being America's oldest continuously published general-interest magazine. During its 150-plus years, the magazine has chronicled the achievements of many of the country's most famous figures, becoming an American institution itself.

Town & Country regularly receives industry recognition. Recent honors include being nominated for National Magazine Awards in the personal service and photography categories and being named to Adweek's list of the "Hottest Magazines of the Year" in 1996.

Published some fiction by Roald Dahl, Bertram Chandler (as George Whitley) and Robert Heinlein in the 1940s & 1950s.

Issues & Index Sources:  1846 – present
Publishers:   The Hearst Corporation (in 2005)
Frequency:   monthly
Website:   www.townandcountrymag.com

Town (for Men)

see under Man About Town (UK)

Town Talk

The weekly paper Ideas was retitled Ideas and Town Talk in 1930, so it may well have absorbed this older publication.

Issues & Index Sources:  1858 – 1930?
Editors:   Edmund Yates (1858 - 1860)
Frequency:   weekly

Town Topics

Published Edgar Wallace (1914); not to be confused with the American magazine Tales from Town Topics.

Issues & Index Sources:  ?
Publishers:   possibly Newnes
Frequency:   possibly weekly

T.P.'s and Cassell's Weekly

see under T.P.'s Weekly

T.P.'s Magazine

Total Issues: 22

Each issue ran two or three short stories, of which the only memorable item was "The Strange Man" by Maurice Leblanc.

Issues & Index Sources:  Oct-1910 – Jul-1912: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   T.P.'s Magazine
Editors:   T.P. O'Connor
Sources:   The Age of the Storytellers

T.P.'s Weekly

Mostly a paper of literary, artistic and political comment and review, but it usually published a story or two each issue, plus poetry. In 1916 it was renamed To-Day by the then editor, Holbrook Jackson, and rapidly became a completely different magazine.

In 1923 O'Connor took over Cassell's Weekly and renamed it T.P.'s and Cassell's Weekly, shortened in 1927 to T.P.'s Weekly again. This new incarnation featured several short stories and interviews each week; primarily had a literary emphasis often with author symposia. Often reprinted stories, but new authors include Algernon Blackwood, Arthur Machen, Oliver Onions.

Issues & Index Sources

  14-Nov-1902 – 29-Apr-1916

#superseded by To-Day

  27-Oct-1923 – 17-Sep-1927, as T.P.'s and Cassell's Weekly: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
  24-Sep-1927 – 29-Nov-1929, as T.P.'s Weekly: FictionMags Index (sample issue only)

Publishers

  14-Nov-1902 – 29-Apr-1916: T.P. O'Connor
  27-Oct-1923 – 29-Nov-1929: Cassell's, London

Editors

  14-Nov-1902 – 27-Jun-1914: Wilfred Whitten
  4-Jul-1914 – 29-Apr-1916: Holbrook Jackson
  27-Oct-1923 – 29-Nov-1929: T.P. O'Connor

Formats

  tabloid newspaper

Frequency

  weekly

Sources:   British Literary Magazines Vol. 3

Tragedy-of-the-Month

True crime.

Issues & Index Sources:  1949 – ?
Publishers:   Triangle Publications Inc., 400 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA
Frequency:   monthly

Trailer Topics Magazine

A consumer and travel magazine designed for the owners of recreational vehicles, which occasionally published some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  May-1937 – 1969?: FictionMags Index (sample issues only)
Publishers:   Trailer Topics Publishing Co., Chicago, IL
Editors:   Paul Edwards

Trailer Travel Magazine

see under Automobile and Trailer Travel Magazine

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