Clark Publishing Co.
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|Clark Publishing Company|
|Headquarters||Evanston, Il.; Highland Park, Il.|
Clark Publishing Company was an American publishing company, based in Illinois, whose main concern was FATE, a digest magazine dedicated to "the strange and the unknown." The company was co-founded by Ray Palmer and Curtis Fuller in 1948; Fuller and his wife, Mary Stiehm Fuller, bought out Palmer's interest in the 1960s.
- FATE (1948-1988)
- Other Worlds Science Stories (1949-1953)
- Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy (1950-1951), sold to Greenleaf Publishing Co.
- Williams, Sophia (1961), You Are Psychic, Highland Park, IL: Clark Pub. Co.
- Gandee, Lee R. (1970), The Witches of Fairfield, S.C., Highland Park, IL: Clark Pub. Co. — on the trial of Mary Free Ingelman, accused of witchcraft in 1792
- Aye-See Talking Board
- Mystic Eye: The Great Psychometry Pendulum Game