Camden, New Jersey: Personal Arts Co., 1928.
Softcover. Magazine. Perfectbound in wrappers. Near fine with a nick at the top of the spine, typically wear to the untrimmed yapped edges, and blazing white, supple pages. The penultimate issue of this short-lived pulp co-founded by Shadow scribe Walter B. Gibson, which includes the first published appearance of H.P. Lovecraft's "Cold Air," a story first rejected by *Weird Tales*. Also included is Gibson's story, "Further Famous Escapes of Harry Houdini," and the pseudonymous tale, "The Girl Who Was Burned Alive?" A rare and highly sought after pulp in wonderful condition.*Joshi* I.B.i.12.a.