Monthly Terrors: An Index To The Weird Fantasy Magazines Published In The United States And Great Britain (Bibliographies And Indexes In World Literature)

Monthly Terrors: An Index To The Weird Fantasy Magazines Published In The United States And Great Britain (Bibliographies And Indexes In World Literature)

Monthly Terrors: An Index to the Weird Fantasy Magazines Published in the United States and Great Britain (Bibliographies and Indexes in World Literature)

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"There are 168 US and British magazines covered title by title, issue by issue, with indexes by author, by artist, and by editor. The author index in particular is a browser's delight. . . . There are entries for very familiar names, some hardly considered pulp writers: Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen King, and Joyce Carol Oates. There are the masters of the genre, Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft, and there is a host of hack writers now almost totally unknown. . . . This work will be useful for researchers at any level and is essential to libraries supporting popular culture studies. It belongs in any large reference collection."-Choice

?There are 168 US and British magazines covered title by title, issue by issue, with indexes by author, by artist, and by editor. The author index in particular is a browser's delight. . . . There are entries for very familiar names, some hardly considered pulp writers: Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen King,...

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