Pulp Classics: Tales of Magic and Mystery February 1928 Horror Book Review
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‘Tales of Magic and Mystery,’ which published five issues between December 1927 and April 1928 under the (anonymous) editorship of Walter B. Gibson, remains one of the rarest and most sought after of the early fantasy pulp magazines. The third issue, featuring an uncredited cover believed to be by Earle Bergey according to Peter Haining’s excellent reference book ‘Monthly Terrors,’ also features contributions from Arthur Neale, Archie Binns, Howard Thurston, Carl M. Rosenquist, Ludwig Haupt, Walter B. Gibson, and Peter Chance.