This subject is written on a topic in the real world and reflects factual information.  Home Brew was an American humour and horror fiction pulp magazine. The magazine was set up by George Julian Houtain and his wife E. Dorothy MacLaughlin.[1]

It was known for it's slightly racy nature and was dedicated to challenging gender roles, moral codes and prohibition.[2]

H.P. Lovecraft was paid $5 each for a series of "Grewsome Tales" which became "Herbert West--Reanimator" and later the magazine published "The Lurking Fear" as a 4 parter. Lovecraft regarded it as a "vile rag" for which he produced "artificial hack-work.

It was renamed "High Life" before closing in 1924.

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  1. An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia, P. 119
  2. The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines: Volume II: North America 1894-1960, P. 208
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