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Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1936 by Mort Weisinger1936.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1937 by Mort Weisinger1937.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1937 by Mort Weisinger1937.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1938 by Mort Weisinger1938.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1938 by Mort Weisinger1938.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1939 by Mort Weisinger1939.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1939 by Mort Weisinger1939.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1939 by Mort Weisinger1939.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1939 by Mort Weisinger1939.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, January 1940 by Mort Weisinger1940.01
Thrilling Wonder Stories, May 1940 by Mort Weisinger1940.05
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1940 by Mort Weisinger1940.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1941 by Mort Weisinger1941.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, March 1941 by Mort Weisinger1941.03
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1941 by Mort Weisinger1941.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1941 by Oscar J. Friend1941.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1941 by Oscar J. Friend1941.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1941 by Oscar J. Friend1941.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1942 by Oscar J. Friend1942.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1943 by Oscar J. Friend1943.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1943 by Oscar J. Friend1943.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1943 by Oscar J. Friend1943.11
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Spring 1944 by Oscar J. Friend1944.05
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Spring 1945 by Sam Jr. Merwin1945.05
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1945 by Sam Jr. Merwin1945.11
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Winter 1946 by Sam Merwin1946.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Summer 1946 by Sam Merwin1946.07
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1946 by Sam Merwin1946.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1946 by Sam Merwin1946.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1947 by Sam Merwin1947.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1947 by Sam Merwin1947.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1947 by Sam Jr. Merwin1947.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1947 by Sam Merwin Jr.1947.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1947 by Sam Merwin1947.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1947 by Sam Merwin1947.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1948 by Sam Merwin Jr.1948.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1948 by Sam Merwin Jr.1948.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1948 by Sam Merwin Jr.1948.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1948 by Sam Merwin1948.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1948 by Sam Merwin Jr.1948.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1948 by Sam Merwin1948.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1949 by Sam Merwin1949.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1949 by Sam Merwin1949.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1949 by Sam Jr. Merwin1949.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1949 by Sam Merwin1949.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1949 by Sam Merwin Jr.1949.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1949 by Sam Merwin1949.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1950 by Sam Merwin1950.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1950 by Sam Merwin1950.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1950 by Sam Jr. Merwin1950.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1950 by Sam Merwin1950.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1950 by Sam Merwin1950.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1950 by Sam Merwin1950.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1951 by Sam Merwin1951.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1951 by Sam Merwin1951.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1951 by Sam Merwin1951.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1951 by Sam Merwin1951.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1951 by Sam Merwin1951.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1951 by Samuel Mines1951.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1952 by Samuel Mines1952.12
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1953 by Samuel Mines1953.02
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1953 by Samuel Mines1953.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1953 by Samuel Mines1953.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1953 by Dick1953.08
Thrilling Wonder Stories, November 1953 by Samuel Mines1953.11
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Winter 1954 by Samuel Mines1954.01
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Spring 1954 by Samuel Mines1954.04
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Summer 1954 by Samuel Mines1954.06
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1954 by Alexander Samalman1954.10
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Winter 1955 by Alexander Samalman1955.01
Thrilling Wonder Stories - Summer 2007 by Winston Engle2007
Thrilling Wonder Stories, Volume 2 by Winston Engle2009

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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