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The Digest Enthusiast book five
Bill Crider: inside Dan Rhodes, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine blog bytes, and Bill's storied career with digests
News Digest from Dell, Fate, F&SF, Nostalgia Digest and more
Justice: Amazing Detective Mysteries by Peter Enfantino
The Riddle of the Ellery Queen Selects Series by Steve Carper
Magazine of Horror by Peter Enfantino
RAWL: Writing for Publication
Reviews by Gary Lovisi and Richard Krauss
Worlds of Fantasy #4
Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by Peter Nicholls
Honky Tonk Girl by Charles Beckman, Jr.
Marvel Science Stories May 1951
"Feed the Beast" by Lesann Berryi
"The Obvious Danger" by Joe Wehrle, Jr.
"Fencer's Document Caper" by Richard L. Kellogg
Artwork and Cartoons
Joe Wehrle, Jr.
Haiku by Clark Dissmeyer
Digest indexes and checklists
Monster Laffs by Bob Vojtko
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Includes nearly 100 cover images, 152 pages
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