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ARGOSY WEEKLY; Nov. 19, 1932, Vol.234,No. 2, Donald Barr Chidsey, et al.
1 Donald Barr Chidsey, et al. ARGOSY WEEKLY; Nov. 19, 1932, Vol.234,No. 2
New York Frank A. Munsey Co. 1932 Paperbound Good 4 to 
144 pages, some chips to bottom edges and foreedge of rear wrap, toned as per usual at edges, continas Loring Brent, "Sting of the Blue Scorpion" Donald Barr Chidsey, "Time To Quit" Cover art by Paul Stahr. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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BRICK; a Journal of Reviews, Dragland Stan, Jean McKay; Edit By
2 Dragland Stan, Jean McKay; Edit By BRICK; a Journal of Reviews
Iiderton, Ontario Brick Books 1981 Spring 1981 Issue Paperbound Very Good 4 to 
pict. paper wraps, 94 pages, stapled at spine, Contributers to this issue include; Ralph Gustafson, Robert Billings,Al Purdy, et al. Also contains an article on Burt L. Standish , Frank Merriwell's creator by Jon McKay. Brick is a biannual literary magazine established in 1977.Brick was established in 1977[1] in London, Ontario, as a book review section in the literary magazine Applegarth's Folly.. Stan Dragland edited the first issue. Brick soon detached from its parent magazine (which ceased to exist by the second issue of Brick) and Dragland began sharing editorial duties with Jean McKay. The two also operated their own publishing house, Nairn, which became Brick/Nairn in 1979, and eventually Brick Books in 1981. Brick was taken over by Michael Ondaatje and Linda Spalding in 1985. Though still appearing in magazine format, it began to transform from a book review into a much more general literary magazine. 
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