The Popular Magazine was an American literary publication that ran for 612 issues from 1903 to 1931. It was a magazine for those who enjoyed reading about men, and its content included short fiction, novellas, serialized works, and even short novels. The magazine covered a variety of genres, with a focus on men’s adventure stories in its later years. It was published by Street & Smith and edited by Henry Harrison Lewis and Charles Agnew MacLean. The typical bi-monthly issue was between 194 to 224 pages long. In 1931, The Popular Magazine was combined with another Street & Smith publication, Complete Stories.