Super Science Novels Magazine
The focus of the SF pulp Super Science Stories on longer material than its companion magazine, Astonishing Stories, led to its name change to Super Science Novels Magazine in March, 1941 (seventh issue of the magazine).
This change only lasted for three issues, however, before the magazine reverted to its original title.
The editor was Frederik Pohl, a teenager at the time, who also edited Astonishing Stories.
See entry for Super Science Stories.
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