'Frank Clune's Adventure Magazine' ran to 8 issues in 1948.
Craig Munro's Wild Man of Letters: the Story of P. R. Stephensen (1984): 305 claims that fifty-six works published by Angus and Robertson in the name of Frank Clune between 1937 and 1970 were written on his behalf by P. R. Stephensen. He comments: 'During 1936 Stephensen began what was to become a lifelong collaboration with Clune, first as his 'editor' and then later as his ghost writer. Clune prided hinself on coming from the school of hard knocks but he also suffered from a sense of educational and cultural inferiority, especially among his writer friends, so he took on the Oxford-educated Stephensen to make up the deficieny. When their partnership was well under way, Clune provided the principal research material and anecdotes from his travels, and Stephensen put together and poilished the narratives, imitating Clune's jocular style. They first collaborated in Dig (1937), the story of the Burke and Wills expedition, and Stephensen received 35 pounds for his assistance.' Munro (305) includes a list of the works on which they collaborated.