Imagine - Periodicals

Periodicals

  • Imagine (AD&D magazine), an adventure-games magazine
  • Imagine (educational magazine), an educational periodical for 7th-12th graders
  • Imagine Publishing, a UK-based magazine publisher
  • Imagine, a 1970s comics magazine published by Star Reach
  • Imagine, official journal of the Socialist Party of Canada

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    I sometimes have the sense that I live my life as a writer with my nose pressed against the wide, shiny plate glass window of the “mainstream” culture. The world seems full of straight, large-circulation, slick periodicals which wouldn’t think of reviewing my book and bookstores which will never order it.
    Jan Clausen (b. 1943)