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Nostalgia Digest Autumn 2017

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Hello, Out There in Radioland! by Steve Darnall
“A Few Moments with . . . Tippi Hedren” (uncredited)
“On with the Show: Celebrating 45 Years of . . . Memory Club Movies” by Chuck Schaden
“The Jolson Story” by Stone Wallace (cover story)
“CELEBio: Larry Parks” by Lou Smith
“The Traitor from Lane Tech: The story of a high-school dropout . . . and the Nazi invasion that wasn’t.” by Wayne Klatt
“Mr. Radio: Actor, writer, producer, director . . . Elliott Lewis could do it all—and did” by Jordan Elliott
“1917: A Great Year for Comedy!” by Garry Berman
“Life is but a Scream: Behind the door of The Inner Sanctum . . . ” by Michael Cole
“The Coal Bin” by Dorothy Stanaitis
“Forever Otto” by Orrin Konheim
Mail Call

Plus, the Radio Program Guide for Those Were the Days and WGN Radio Theatre

Editor: Steve Darnall
Nostalgia Digest Autumn 2017
5.5” x 8.5” 64 pages, b&w interior
$4.50 on newsstands
Four-issue subscription $17
Eight-issue subscription $30
Nostalgia Digest website

Newsstand staples

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AHMM Mar/Apr 2017

There’s a small notice in the current issue of AHMM. It serves as both a page filler and a call to action, and it’s worth repeating:

Note to Our Readers:
If you have difficulty finding Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine at your preferred retailer, we want to help. First, let the store manager know that you want the store to carry this magazine. Then send us a letter or postcard mentioning AHMM and giving us the full name and address of the store. Write to us at:
Dell Magazines, Dept. NS
6 Prowitt Street
Norwalk, CT 06855-1220

Use the above address for AHMM, Analog, Asimov’s and EQMM.

It works. I did it for Fate, which I couldn’t find at any retailer in Portland. Now Rich’s on 9th and Alder downtown carries it. What a kick to see the new issue on their racks.

For convenience, here’s a few more addresses:
Fantasy & Science Fiction
PO Box 3447
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Fate magazine 800-728-2730
PO Box 460
Lakeville, MN 55044
customerservice@fatemag.com

Nostalgia Digest (773) 769-6575
PO Box 25734
Chicago, IL 60625
info@nostalgiadigest.com

ND evolution

Nostalgia Digest, Fall 2014

Nostalgia Digest, Autumn 2014

“The Newsletter became the Digest in the fall of 1983. During those first nine years, the publication went through a lot of changes, going from the six-page format to become a monthly and then a bi-monthly publication in the format that we utilize to this day—that is, 5.5” x 8.5” with a cover. I think the early issues in that format were 16 pages and later grew to 32 pages by the 1980s. In 2003, the Digest became a 64-page quarterly publication and remains one to this day.”
-Steve Darnall, editor Nostalgia Digest

Nostalgia Digest Autumn 2015

Nostalgia Digest Autumn 2015

Nostalgia Digest Autumn 2015

Contents
• Introduction by editor Steve Darnall
• “Egad” How a comic strip and George and Gracie’s neighbor gave birth to one writer’s love of language. By Clifford Simpson, Jr.
• “Perfectly Frank” Frank Sinatra’s radio career, cover story by Jordan Elliott
• “Into the Galaxy” Recalled Galaxy Science Fiction by Larry Johnson
• “A Woman of Her Time” The groundbreaking, trendsetting career of Dorothy Thompson, journalism’s “Blue-Eyed Tornado” by Cary O’Dell
• “Mirth . . . and Monsters” When Abbott and Costello met Frankenstein . . . and made horror history by Mark Matzke
• “The Nerve of ‘Wrong Way’ Corrigan” by Jim Dohren
• “These Were the Days” program schedule Oct. to Dec.
• “Radio’s Golden Age” program schedule Oct. to Dec.
• “Holiday Magic” by Wayne Klatt
• “When Hollywood Went to War!” by Walter Scannell
• “Double Anne Baxter” Memories of a Hollywood Stunt Rider . . . and a career that came full circle by Martha Crawford Cantarini
• Mail Call!

On select newsstand now or via subscription.

Madison at Kedzie

“Madison Street and Kedzie Avenue are located in the very center of the West Side of Chicago. In fact, if a map of Chicago were a target on an archery range, the “bull’s-eye” would be at the crossroads of Madison and Kedzie, so close are the four corners to the center of the city.”
“Memories of Madison and Kedzie” by Peter Blyth Crombie
Nostalgia Digest Winter 2004