Tales of Magic & Mystery, March 1928



This is an exact reproduction of the March 1928 edition of Tales of Magic & Mystery, a pulp magazine from the greatest era of pulp stories. Many Appendix N authors were first published in pulp novels of this sort.

This reproduction is a high-quality scan of the original issue. It is perfect bound.

This issue includes Cool Air by Appendix N author H.P. Lovecraft as well as 7 other stories!

  • Strange Personalities by Alfred Maurice
  • Adventures of Astro, Seer of Secrets
  • Further Famous Escapes of Harry Houdini by Walter B. Gibson
  • Magic Pictorial Adventures in Mind-Reading by Bernard Perry
  • Cool Air by H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Girl Who Was Burned Alive by Howard Thurston
  • Something About Black Cats
  • The Mystery of Handwriting by N.M. Bunker
  • The Nerve Specialist by Newton Fuessle
  • The Famous Japanese Decapitation Mystery
  • The Evil Eye Superstition
  • Easy Magic You Can Do

72 pages, 7″ x 10″