Fight Stories was a pulp magazine devoted to stories of boxing. Published by Fiction House, it ran 47 issues cover-dated June 1928 to May 1932, followed by a four-year hiatus. It then ran an additional 59 issues, dated Spring 1936 - Spring 1952. It is best remembered for publishing a large number of stories by Robert E. Howard. The magazine also published fiction by Arthur J. Burks.
Cover of Fight Stories Volume 2, #4 (Sept. 1929)
|Editor||William H. Kofoed (1928-1932)|
Jack O'Sullivan (1936-1952)
|First issue||May 1928|
- John Dinan (September 1, 1998). Sports in the Pulp Magazines. McFarland. p. 64,152. ISBN 978-0-7864-4047-4. Retrieved October 19, 2015.
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