The leading UK popular fiction magazine, a major
trendsetter at the turn of the last century and still a
well-known name in the present. Founded in 1891,
it ran monthly until 1950, then from 1961 - 1963, and
finally a second revival from 1998 to present (based in
the U.S.) In its initial run, it published most of
the famous writers of its day, in particular A. Conan
Doyle (the "Sherlock Holmes" short stories, which set
the fashion for series stories), W.W. Jacobs, H.G.
Wells, E. Nesbit, Rudyard Kipling, P.G. Wodehouse,
Agatha Christie, Hugh Walpole, and Dorothy L.
Sayers. Studdy only made a few contributions that
I've come across (so far), plus there were several
Studdy Dog/Bonzo adverts in it.
A humourous contribution.
An illustrated story.
|Images from an illustrated story "Sago"
Images from an
illustrated story "Johnny buys a "Pup"