Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Jan/Feb 2018

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Jan/Feb 2018 Vol. 151 #1 & 2, whole #916 & 917
Barbara Cleverly “The Sofa Doll” art by Ron Bucalo
Steve Steinbock: The Jury Box
Doug Allyn “Stick”
William Dylan Powell “The Lighthouse and the Lamp”
Martin Edwards “Farewell Cruise”
Statement of ownership, management and circulation
Matthew Wilson “Burg’s Hobby Case” (Dept. of First Stories)
Angela Crider Neary “Murder on Rue Royal”
Bill Crider: Blog Bytes
Luciano Sivori “The Final Analysis” (Passport to Crime) Translated from the Spanish by Josh Pachter
Larry Light “Dysperception”
Kate Ellis “Half-Life”
Terence Faherty “The Noble Bachelor” art by Jason C. Eckhardt
Edwin Hill “White Tights and Mary Janes” (Dept. of First Stories)
Jane Jakeman “Tapping the Glass”
Robert Garner McBrearty “Wake Me When It’s Over”
John Morgan Wilson “The Case of the Curious Collector”
Margaret Maron “There Are No Elephants in Peru” art by Mark Evan Walker
Robert S. Levinson “The Public Hero”
Marilyn Todd “Killing Kevin”
Classified Marketplace
Elizabeth Elwood “Ghosts of Christmas Past”

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Jan/Feb 2018 cover
EQMM Jan/Feb 2018

Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Janet Hutchings
Associate Editor: Jackie Sherbow
Senior Director Art & Production: Porter C. McKinnon
Senior AD: Victoria Green
Cover: Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe
192 pages
$7.99 on newsstands until Feb. 20, 2018
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine website

Ellery Queen March 1998

An excerpt from the interview with Bill Crider, from The Digest Enthusiast book five: Bill Crider: “I’ve published only two stories in EQMM, and “The Case of the Headless Man” was the first. When I wrote…

Contents Page Art, Analog Jan/Feb 2018

Analog Jan/Feb 2018

Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 138 #1 & 2 Jan/Feb 2018 Contents Stanley Schmidt: Educational Challenge (Guest Editorial) Derek Künsken “The Quantum Magician” part 1 Julie Novakova: Hell Is Other Planets (Science Fact) Michael…

Pulp Modern Vol. 2 No. 2

The new Pulp Modern is out in print and digital. Editor Alec Cizak selected the the images for the cover and interior spreads along with its 12 stories. My role was design and production, which includes…

Magazine of Horror #18 Nov. 1967

Contents “In Amundsen’s Tent” by John Martin Leahy (Weird Tales Jan. 1928)“Transient and Immortal” by Jim Haught“Out of the Deep” by Robert E. Howard“The Bibliophile” by Thomas Boyd (The Bookman Magazine Jan. 1927)“The Ultimate Creature” by…

Justice #2 masthead

Herbert D. Kastle’s Drifter

A story from Justice Amazing Detective Mysteries #2, July 1955: “Drifter” by Herbert D. Kastle.“Sure, she was pretty, and a guy nearing forty didn’t get them that young—not unless he had a big office and she…

Happy New Year

The new year has begun. Let’s make the most of it in the areas of our lives that mean the most to us. The drawing shown here is from 1979, a new year’s cartoon for a…

Science Marvels circa 1951

As featured in Marvel Science Stories May 1951: A special feature called “Amazing Science Adventures” includes three short articles. “The Problem of Atomic Waste” by H.R. Jamison presents two ideal solutions. Encase the stuff in a…

Now is a Good Time

The new year starts in two days. Change is accelerating. Boomers, at least those like me, are sliding farther down the curve of technological time. That commercial with Grandparents, armed with their new gadgets, greeting their…

Pulp Literature 17 Winter 2018

Contents From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: Winter Storytelling “Desdemone” by J.J. Lee Feature Interview: J.J. Lee “We Come Back Different” part one by A.J. Odasso “Sea Changes” by Matilda Berke (verse) “Devonian” by Emily Osborne (verse)…