Zane Grey Western Magazine June 1970, Volume 2, Number 3. This is the first appearance of the story The Extermination of Yellow Donory. It was heavily edited and cut down in size.
These pulp magazines gained widespread popularity in the 1940s as affordable reading options. Each issue usually featured a main story, often a condensed version of a Western novel by Zane Grey, and a selection of short stories from various other authors. The Zane Grey Western Magazine series started in 1946 and lasted until 1974.
- 2 • “Long Trail to Nowhere” by Romer Zane Grey
- 63 • “The Last Highwayman” by Walter Dallas
- 66 • “The Gift of Cochise” by Louis L’Amour
- 80 • “Ride the Night Wind” by William Heuman
- 88 • “Decision” by William R. Cox
- 97 • “The Posse from Paytonville” by Bill Pronzini
- 106 • “The Child Man” by Robert Edmond Alter
- 120 • The Extermination of Yellow Donory • (1970) • short story by Robert E. Howard
|Publisher :||Zane Grey Western Magazine, Inc.|
|Year :||June 1970|
|Format :||Periodical (digest)|
|Illustrations :||Several, but unknown artists|
Publisher: Leo Margulies
Editor: Cylvia Kleinman