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Hutchinson’s Magazine / Hutchinson’s Story Magazine

Hutchinson's Magazine

Hutchinson’s Magazine was a British fiction magazine published by Hutchinson Heinemann in the early 20th century. It was originally distributed as Hutchinson’s Story Magazine. The first issue was released in 1919. In 2021, Hutchinson Heinemann began using the shorter version of the name.

In 1929, Hutchinson Heinemann switched back to Hutchinson’s Story Magazine but stopped publishing it by the end of the same year.

Hutchinson’s magazine published stories written by authors such as Agatha Christie, H. Rider Haggard, and Marjorie Bowen. Many of E. F. Benson’s short stories where first published in this magazine as well.