Sign In | Register

Periodicals book

<< Browse

Browse Periodicals

Browse all Periodicals

Recent Arrivals in Periodicals

Periodicals

We can help you find the periodicals books you are looking for. As the world's largest independent marketplace for new, used and rare books, you always get the best in service and value when you buy from Biblio.co.nz, and all of your purchases are backed by our return guarantee.


Periodicals Books & Ephemera


  • BUY NOW

    $45.00

    ETUDE Music Magazine: April, July and September 1917, The. by Cooke, James Francis, Ed

    Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Illustrated by color cover, period ads, centerfold sheet music. First edition. 3 volumes. Stapled wraps. 4to (34cm). pp. 60-80 each. Very Good. Archival tear repairs as needed, complete copies with covers, September has several chips. Etude was published from 1883-1954. Three issues from Volume 35..


  • BUY NOW

    $16.00

    ASTOUNDING Science-Fiction: April, Apr. 1938 ("Three Thousand Years!") by Astounding (Thomas Calvert McClary; Nat Schachner; Raymond Z. Gallun; Raymond A. Almer; L. Sprague de Camp; Lester Del Rey; Arthur J. Burks; Herbert McKay; John W. Campbell, Jr.)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1938. Vol. XXI, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.] Cover art by Brown for "Three Thousand Years" (pt. 1 of 3) by Thomas Calvert McClary. Includes "Negative Space" (novelette) by Nat Schachner; "Iszt-Earthman" (novelette) by Raymond Z. Gallun; "Matter is Conserved" by Raymond A. Palmer; "Hyperpelosity" by L. Sprague de Camp; "The Faithful" (1st story) by Lester del Rey; "Jason Sows Again" (conclusion) by Arthur J. Burks. Features: "Radiation in Uniform" by Herbert McKay; "Ignition Point" by Arthur McCann [John W. Campbell]. Departments: "In Times to Come"; "Editor's Page"; "Science Discussions and Brass Tacks." Illustrated by Brown, Binder, Dold, Schneeman, and Wesso. Letters from "Arthur McCann", Robert A. Madle, and others. Issue binding holes along hinge area and rear cover and spine are xeroxes. Otherwise solid and nice. A great filler copy.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good-.


  • BUY NOW

    $25.00

    MODEL CELEBRITIES

    London, UK: Sheptonhurst Ltd, 1988. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. 64pp., including semi-glossy color covers. A men's magazine featuring nude pictorials in color and b&w, plus photo-illustrated fiction, and centerfold.


  • BUY NOW

    £5.60

    Parade: Digest of the World's Best Reading. October 1940 by Petrie, Charles; Litten, Imgard; etc,

    London: Odhams Press Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. 1940. First Edition. Illustrated paper cover. 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 96pp. Illustrated. .


  • BUY NOW

    $15.00

    Partisan Review 3 1979, Volume XLVI, Number 3 by Ozick, Cynthia; Astor, Susan; Bromige, David; Nadel, Alan; Etc

    Boston: Boston University. Very Good+. 1979. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Volume XLVI, Number 3. INSCRIBED by Cynthia Ozick by her story, "Levitation," on page 391, "July 1989 For Rolland Comstock, with appreciation - Cynthia Ozick, who would rather have been born into the mind of George Eliot (p. 359 [? ])." Also contains entries by Celia Gilbert, Elizabeth Fenton, Carole Glasser, Keith Waldrop, and others. Ships same or next business day. Slight slant to spine. Moderate edge wear. Tiny bumps on spine ends. Creases on top corners of pages 477 to back cover. Faint soiling to edges of pages. Otherwise, free from major defect. Protected in archival bag. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; Signed by Author .


  • BUY NOW

    $35.00

    KENNEDY ASSASSINATED. Johnson Sworn as President; Leftist Jailed as Slayer. November 23, 1963. Vol. 45, No. 130 by Daily News

    New York: NYDN, 1963. Illustrated by many b&w photos. Final edition. Newspaper. Folio (37.5cm). pp. 36. Very Good. Full issue with light overall toning and horizontal fold at center (stored flat). New York's Picture Newspaper..


  • BUY NOW

    $25.00

    The Ladder: vol. 7, #9 June 1963 by Gittings, Barbara, editor, Gene Damon [pseudonym of Barbara Grier] Red Lewis, Tennessee Williams, et al

    San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1963. Magazine. 28p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good digest-size magazine in pictorial wraps. Red Lewis' review of the book "Tennessee Williams, Rebellious Rebel" Daughters of Bilitis was formed in 1955 in San Francisco by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon and was based upon - and in the beginning supported by - the homophile organization The Mattachine Society and One Magazine. The Ladder was the house organ/newsletter and published information, news, events, articles, poetry and stories relevant to the lesbian reader.


  • BUY NOW

    $125.00

    MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE: Volume 6, May to October 1862 by Mason, David (Mather), Ed 1822-1907

    Cambridge: MacMillan & Co. (R. Clay, Son and Taylor, Printers, Bread Hill Street, London), 1862. Illustrated by W. J. Linton title frame. First edition. Period bound purple cloth, gilt stamped spine, red speckled edges. 8vo (21.5cm). pp. vi, [2] contributors and ad for bound first six volumes, 520. Very Good+. Cloth a bit mottled, internally near fine, no ownership. Monthly British literary periodical 1859-1907, Mason was the first editor (1859-1864). First appearance of Kingsley's The Water-Babies chapters 1-3, a satire in defense of Darwin's Origin of the Species. Contributors scanned and include Rev. W. Whewell "A New Hexmeter translation of Homer's Iliad", and America, Our Special Correspondent in Washington, Border States, Free West, New England States and the outlook of the (Civil) war (1861-65)..


  • BUY NOW

    $1,000.00

    CAMERA.; INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY AND CINEMATOGRAPHY by Porter, Allan, editor

    Lucerne: C.J. Bucher. First editions. 4tos., approx. 40 to 50 pp. each, numerous fine b&w and color photo-reproductions and illustrations. 120 issues of the English Language edition, from January 1967 - December 1976. Lacking only 6 issues: 1967, June, Nov.; 1970, March, May; 1971, Feb., April. Several of the 1967 issues have short tears at the spine ends. All others are very good to fine condition. CAMERA, began publishing in July 1922; over the years it had a variety of subtitles and was a German language publication. In 1951, it split into three separate editions, German, French and English. Allan Porter became editor in chief in January, 1966 and quickly revamped the contents to feature modern photographers. Subjects range from the history of photography to contemporary masters; landscape to architecture; documentary to advertising; with essays on aesthetics, the FSA, nudes, processes, printing, women photographers, pictorialism, Victorian photographers, reportage, etc. The high quality printing of the images was by sheet-fed photogravure - as a friend explained to me, he looked forward to receiving his monthly copies because they were the poor man's Camera Work. It ceased publishing in December, 1981. Duplicate issues are available. Condition varies, please inquire: 1967: Jan, April, Sept. 1968: Jan., Feb., July, Sept., Oct., Dec. 1969: April, May, July, Sept., Nov., Dec. 1970: April, Aug.-Dec. 1971: Jan., Feb., Dec. 1972: Jan., Feb., May, June, Aug.-Dec. 1973: Jan.-June, Aug.-Dec. 1974: Jan.-March, May, Oct. 1975: Nov., Dec. 1976: March, May, July--Dec. 1977: March, April.


  • BUY NOW

    $4.50

    SCIENCE FICTION ADVENTURES: February, Feb. 1953 by Science Fiction Adventures (A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Alan E. Nourse; George O. Smith; William Morrison; Charles E. Fritch; L. Sprague de Camp)

    NY: Future Publications, 1953. Vol. 1, No. 2. Edited by Philip St. John [Lester del Rey]. Cover art by Bergey. Includes "Farwell to the Lotos" (novel) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Final Voyage" (novelette) by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Peacemaker" by Alan E. Nourse; "Spaceman's Luck" by George O. Smith; "Forgotten Danger" by William Morrison; "Come into My Parlor" by Charles E. Fritch. Article: "It Ool Depend" by L. Sprague de Camp. Departments: "Editorial: Foresight"; "Coming Up"; "The Dissecting Table"; "The Main Event in '53". Illustrated by Ebel, Freas & Orban. Hinges weak; tears at spine heel which is also tape-ghosted and has minor losses; tears at spine head; small staple wear/tear over upper staple, rear cover; price stamped on front cover; tanned.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good.


  • BUY NOW

    $193.00

    The Metropolitan Magazine, July to December, 1838, American Edition, Vol. VI

    New York: Jemima M. Lewer, 1838. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 399 p. American Edition noted on title page; its London parent, "The Metropolitan: A monthly journal of literature, science, and the fine arts" was a London monthly journal established by Thomas Campbell in 1831 and continued, under various editors, until 1850. This volume, which contains July to December, 1838, is one of three we acquired all of which have a vintage bookseller's ticket on the front pastedown for the Alta California Bookstore, in Albany California, and printed below their name is the notation "From the Library of ED GRABHORN at the Grabhorn Press". ***DESCRIPTION: Half marbled boards with black leather, gilt lettering and rules on the spine, light brown endpapers. This volume contains the issues of July to December, 1838. Volume title page is followed by the title page/Table of Contents for December, 1838 (apparently inserted out of order), followed by the Index to Volume VI, followed by the title page/Table of Contents for July, 1838, followed by the rest of the months in order - the pages for December are correctly inserted at the very end, only its title page was put at the front. Pagination: (i-viii), 1-386, monthly title pages inserted. ***CONDITION: Overall, this volume is near fine with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, corners only slightly bent and with a minimum of rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings other than the vintage bookseller's ticket referred to above. We are grading as very good only due to some overall edgewear particularly to the joints and some rubbing to the head and tail of the spine with a small amount of loss at the head, text block edges are lightly foxed. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply, please contact seller for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.


  • BUY NOW

    $17.99

    A Vintage Issue of the New England Yachtsman Magazine for May 1940 by Richard H. Anthony

    Boston, Massachusetts: New England Yachtsman Inc. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1940. Single Issue magazine. Size : 9 by 11 inches Pages : 24 Condition: This vintage sailing magazine is in very good condition with light rubbing and dust soiling to covers more so on the rear cover. Light creasing to lower corners and light general wear. ; Contents: This vintage sailing magazines features a cover picture titled "Shakedown", and its contents include A New England Yachting Calendar, You Can't Start Them Too Young, Radiophone for Carefree Yachting, Wood For the Boats of New England, Narragansett Bay, Southeastern Massachusetts, Two Lives, new Hampshire Notes, Club & Association News, Equipment & Accessories, New Boats & Designs, An Alden Yawl. Photographs throughout. Diagram of the "Rose" an Alden Yawl. Some interesting vintage sailing related advertisements. ; Photographs, Drawings and Diagrams .


  • BUY NOW

    $6.00

    ANALOG Science Fact/ Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1963 ("Space Viking") by Analog (Gordon Dickson; Guy McCord; Christopher Anvil; H. Beam Piper)

    NY: Conde Nast Publications, 1963. Vol. LXX (70), No. 5. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover art by Schoenherr for "The Hard Way" (novelette) by Gordon Dickson. Includes "The Common Man" (novelette) by Guy McCord; "Philosopher's Stone" by Christopher Anvil; "Space Viking" (pt. 3 of 4) by H. Beam Piper. Article: "The Search for Our Ancestors" by Prof. G. M. McKinley. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page"; "In Times to Come"; "Crucial Experiment #4" by Joseph Goodavage; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller". Illustrated by Schoenherr and Schelling. A couple of short closed tears; a little creasing.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


  • BUY NOW

    $30.00

    ETUDE, Presser's Music Magazine: March and May 1920, The. by Cooke, James Francis, Ed

    Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Illustrated by color covers, period ads, centerfold sheet music, port Franz List laid in. First edition. 2 volumes. Stapled wraps. 4to (34cm). pp. 60-80 each. Very Good. Archival tear repairs as needed, complete copies with covers, May has rear chip near spine. Etude was published from 1883-1954. Two issues of Volume 38..


  • BUY NOW

    $26.00

    WEIRD TALES: January, Jan. 1954 by Weird Tales (Leah Bodine Drake; Suzanne Pickett; Farfal Delano; David Eynon; Dorothy Quick; Bassett Morgan; Garnett Radcliffe; Cyrus Macmillan; Eando Binder; Joseph Payne Brennan; Edith Ogutsch; W. J. Suprenant)

    NY: Short Stories Inc., 1954. Vol. 45, No. 6. Cover is by W. H. Silvey for "Effie's Pets" by Suzanne Pickett. Includes "Mop-Head" by Leah Bodine Drake; "Black Heath" by Farfal Delano; "A Very Special Quality" by David Eynon; "Walpurgis Night" (verse) by Dorothy Quick; "Tiger Dust" (novelette) by Bassett Morgan; "You Should Be Careful" by Garnett Radcliffe; "Atlantic Isle of Mystery" by Cyrus Macmillan; "Shadows of Blood" by Eando Binder; "The Calamander Chest" by Joseph Payne Brennan; "Reflections of an Egyptian Princess" (verse) by Edith Ogutsch; "The Stormcliff Papers" (novelette) by W. J. Suprenant. Illustrated by Joseph Eberle, W. H. Silvey, Anthony DiGiannurio, and others. Minor handling wear with short tear at spine heel.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+ to Near Fine.


  • BUY NOW

    $25.00

    Dr. Miles New Weather Almanac and Hand book of Valuable Information. by Miles, Franklin M.D 1845-1929

    Elkhart, IN: Dr. Miles Medical Co, 1932. Illustrated by color cover and two color within photographs and line drawings. First edition. Stapled wraps, hanging corner hole. 8vo. pp. 32, [2]. Fine. Features Nervine, Anti-Pain pills, Cactus Compound or Aspir-Mint and additionally the first appearance in his catalogue of alka-seltzer in the old tuble bottle aligning the wafers. Established in 1884 and later know as Miles Laboratories until 1995, the company products are now owner by Bayer Schering Pharmaceuticals. Several separate publications were written on alka-seltzer in the same year. Wonderful period cure-all health tonic catalogue with weather almanac and flag warnings in like condition. [we have evolved from nerve to stress compounds]..


  • BUY NOW

    $2.00

    Isaac ASIMOV'S Science Fiction: February, Feb. 1984 by Isaac Asimov's (Warren Salomon; Lee Killough; Lillian Stewart Carl; Gregg Keizer; Martin Gardner; Isaac Asimov; Sharon Farber, James P. Killus, Susanna Jacobson, & Dave Stout; Tom Rainbow)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1984. Vol. 8, No. 2. Cover by Val Lindahn for "What Seen But the Wolf" (novelette) by Gregg Keizer. Includes "As Time Goes By" (novelette) by Warren Salomon; "The Leopard's Daughter" (novelette) by Lee Killough; "The Rim of the Wheel" (novelette) by Lillian Stewart Carl; "Precognition and the Mystic 7" by Martin Gardner; "A Matter of Principle" by Isaac Asimov; "Post Haste" by Sharon Farber, James P. Killus, Susanna Jacobson, & Dave Stout. Deparyments: "Editorial: Fantasy" by Isaac Asimov; "Letters"; "Mooney's Module" by Gerry Mooney; "Gaming" by Dana Lombardy; "Viewpoint: Sentience and the Single Extraterrestrial" by Tom Rainbow; "On Books" by Baird Searles; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Irwin S. Strauss. Illustrated by John Pierard, Val Lakey Lindahn, Gary Freeman, Arthur George, and Judy Mitchell. Label bits remain on cover; tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good to Very Good-.


  • BUY NOW

    $12.00

    Cinéaste; vol. VI no. 4

    New York: Cineaste Publishers, 1975. 52p., 8.25x10.75 inches, photos, stills, very good film magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Jane Fonda, Cuban Cinema, Porno, Fascism.


  • BUY NOW

    $3.00

    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): September, Sept. 2005 by F&SF (Kelly Link; David Gerrold; Richard Mueller; Carter Scholz; Arthur Porges; Albert E. Cowdrey; Bruce Sterling; David Gerrold)

    NY: Spilogale, Inc., 2005. Vol. 109, No. 3 (whole # 643). Cover by Michael Garland for "A Quantum Bit Exists in Two States Simultaneously: On" by David Gerrold. Includes "Magic for Beginners" (novella) by Kelly Link; "Age of Miracles" by Richard Mueller; "I Didn't Know What Times It Was" by Carter Scholz; "What I Owe to Rick" by Arthur Porges; "The Housewarming" by Albert E. Cowdrey; "The Denial" by Bruce Sterling; "A Quantum Bit Exists in Two States Simultaneously: Off" by David Gerrold. Departments: "Books to Look For" by Charles de Lint; "Books" by Robert K. J. Killheffer; "Plumage from Pegasus; Soul Mining" by Paul Di Filippo; "Coming Attractions"; "Films: Of Mice and Long Awaited Movies" by Kathi Maio; "Curiosities" by Darrell Schweitzer. Most of a label on cover; minor creasing and edge bumps.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


  • BUY NOW

    $1.99

    This Old House: September 2007 by Omelianuk, Scott (editor)

    This Old House Ventures, 2007. Magazine. Good. 150 pages; edge wear, back cover creased, corner crease on front cover; "49 Easy Home Upgrades"; Attic Bath Design; Screened-In Porch; Plants for Late-Season Color; Building a Fire Pit; Pro Tips: Fall Yard Cleanup; and much more;


  • BUY NOW

    $4.00

    ANALOG Science Fiction/ Science Fact: May 1968 ("Satan's World") by Analog (Poul Anderson; Vernor Vinge; Katherine MacLean; James Blish; Isaac Asimov; Verge Foray; Lawrence A. Perkins)

    NY: Conde Nast Publications, 1968. Vol. LXXXI Number 3. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover by Chesley Bonestell. Includes "Satan's World" (pt. 1 of 4) by Poul Anderson; "Conquest by Default" (novelette) by Vernor Vinge; "Fear Hound" (novelette) by Katherine MacLean; "Skysign" (novelette) by James Blish; "Exile to Hell" by Isaac Asimov; "His Master's Vice" by Verge Foray; "Project Island Bounce" by Lawrence A. Perkins. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Prophecy" by John W. Campbell; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas. Creasing; small scar above price on cover; tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


  • BUY NOW

    $17.50

    ASTOUNDING Science-Fiction: April, Apr. 1938 ("Three Thousand Years!") by Astounding (Thomas Calvert McClary; Nat Schachner; Raymond Z. Gallun; Raymond A. Almer; L. Sprague de Camp; Lester Del Rey; Arthur J. Burks; Herbert McKay; John W. Campbell, Jr.)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1938. Vol. XXI, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.] Cover art by Brown for "Three Thousand Years" (pt. 1 of 3) by Thomas Calvert McClary. Includes "Negative Space" (novelette) by Nat Schachner; "Iszt-Earthman" (novelette) by Raymond Z. Gallun; "Matter is Conserved" by Raymond A. Palmer; "Hyperpelosity" by L. Sprague de Camp; "The Faithful" (1st story) by Lester del Rey; "Jason Sows Again" (conclusion) by Arthur J. Burks. Features: "Radiation in Uniform" by Herbert McKay; "Ignition Point" by Arthur McCann [John W. Campbell]. Departments: "In Times to Come"; "Editor's Page"; "Science Discussions and Brass Tacks." Illustrated by Brown, Binder, Dold, Schneeman, and Wesso. Letters from "Arthur McCann", Robert A. Madle, and others. Issue has been wet and several pages are wrinkled; rear cover a little more than half off with old tape at heel; 2 half-dollar-sized pieces out of rear cover; mild tanning; dealer''s marks.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good.


  • BUY NOW

    $35.00

    THRILLING WONDER Stories: June 1937 by Thrilling Wonder (John Russell Fearn; Arthur Leo Zagat; Eando Binder; Anthony Rud; Raymond Z. Gallun; Richard Tooker; J. Harvey Haggard; Arthur K. Barnes; Frank Belknap Long, Jr.; Jack Binder; Max Plaisted)

    NY: Beacon Magazines, 1937. Vol. 9, No. 3. [Edited by Mort Weisinger.] Cover art by Howard Brown for "Lost in Time" (novelette) by Arthur Leo Zagat. Includes "Menace from the Microcosm" (novelette) by John Russell Fearn; "The Chessboard of Mars" (novelette) by Eando Binder; "The Molten Bullet" by Anthony Rud; "Dark Sun" by Raymond Z. Gallun; "Darcondra" by Richard Tooker; "Renegade" by J. Harvey Haggard; "Green Hell" by Arthur K. Barnes; "The Black Vortex" by Frank Belknap Long; "If-" (comic strip) by Jack Binder; "Zarnak" by Max Plaisted. Features: "Scientifacts" by J. B. Walter; "The Story Behind the Story"; "Test Your Science Knowledge"; "Science Questions and Answers"; "The Reader Speaks"; "The Science Fiction League"; "The 'Swap' Column"; "Scientifilm Review"; "Forecast for the Next Issue". Illustrated by Wesso and others. Letters from James V. Taurasi, Amelia Reynolds Long, Arthur J. Burks, Milton A. Rothman, & Lloyd W. Sharp. 1" closed tear at lower frotn cover edge; a little rear cover foxing, less to front.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


  • BUY NOW

    $15.00

    B.R. CREATIONS - CORSET NEWSLETTER by B.R. Creations / Ruth Johnson

    Mountain View, CA: B.R. Creations, 1989. Three sheets, stapled in corner. Minor wear. 'Last issue' stamped on cover. Very good.. 8 pp. Newsletter from a maker of custom Victorian corsets, illustrated with b/w photos and art. News and activities from the world of corsets and corsetry. Includes social news, reviews. The Corset through the Ages, by Leon Treich, Part 2. Reflections of the Old Corsetier, Part 18. Corsets in the Movies (pics of Sophia Loren and Vea Ellen). History of Corsetry: The Nineties.


Browse all Periodicals