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Pan was a London-based Bohemian-style periodical published for a few years after World War I. It eventually became an all-fiction magazine.

Publication History

Pan began publication irregularly in February 1919, but relaunched in November of that year with a new volume 1, number 1, subtitled "A journal for saints and cynics". It published weekly from then to August 1920, when it changed to a monthly that was published until 1924.

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