Chicago, Fictioneers, Inc.: 1944
Edition: (Vol. 9, No. 4)
[about as nice as you can expect to find a pulp magazine from the 1940s, bright and clean, with a touch of soiling to the rear cover but no chipping or cracking at the spine, and despite the usual "foldover edges" effect due to the covers being slightly larger than the text block, this copy has only a handful of tiny edge-tears and no discernible chipping or paper loss -- quite unusual]. (B&W line drawings) Typical romance pulp magazine of the period, with the full flavor of the enterprise expressed by the titles of the six novellas included herein: "Don't Mention Brides" by K... View More...