Entry updated 4 April 2014. Tagged: Publication.
US Pulp magazine, two issues, April/May and June/July 1931, published by Good Story Magazine, New York, one of the new companies set up by Harold Hersey, previously editor of Thrill Book. The magazine was edited by Douglas M Dold, who had been blinded in the First World War, so effectively worked in collaboration with his brother, the artist Elliott Dold. The magazine featured undistinguished pulp adventure fiction by both Douglas and Elliott Dold, Victor Rousseau and the little-known John Miller Gregory (1887-? ). Its cover design, by Elliott, was unusually stylish for its time. Douglas Dold caught pneumonia following a fire at his home and he subsequently died in May 1931, and the magazine was discontinued. [MJE/PN]
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