The Margery Allingham Society

The Bottle Street Gazette

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Edited by Barry Pike, The Bottle Street Gazette contains scholarly, speculative and frivolous articles, as well as reminiscences from friends of Margery Allingham and Philip Youngman Carter. The journal takes its name from the London address of Allingham's detective, Albert Campion, who lived in a flat at 17a Bottle Street, above a police station.

The current issues are in the third series of publications for members. The first series was made up of the British Newsletters of the early years (1988 - 1991) and the first run of The Bottle Street Gazette (1992 - 1994). The second series was produced by the American representative of the time, Maryell Cleary.

A Bottle Street Miscellany, a collection of articles from the first and second series, was produced for the Society's 20th Anniversary.

Back issues are available from the Society. Email info@margeryallingham.org.uk for details.

Third Series: 1996 to date

No. 36: Autumn 2013

No. 35: Spring 2013

No. 34: Autumn 2012

No. 33: Spring 2012

No. 32: Autumn 2011

No. 31: Spring 2011

No. 30: Autumn 2010

No. 29: Spring 2010

No. 28: Autumn 2009

No. 27: Spring 2009

No. 26: Autumn 2008

No. 25: Spring 2008

No. 24: Autumn 2007

No. 23: Spring 2007

No. 22: Autumn 2006

No. 21: Spring 2006

No. 20: Autumn 2005

No. 19: Spring 2005

No. 18: Autumn 2004: Second Centenary Edition

No. 17: Summer 2004: First Centenary Edition

No. 16: Autumn 2003

No. 15: Spring 2003

No. 14: Autumn 2002

No. 13: Spring 2002

No. 12: Autumn 2001

No. 11: Spring 2001

No. 10: Autumn 2000

No. 9: Spring 2000

No. 8: Autumn 1999

No. 7: Spring 1999

No. 6: October 1998

No. 5: April 1998

No. 4: October 1997

No. 3: April 1997

No. 2: October 1996

No. 1: April 1996

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