|The Long Debut of Lois Taggett|
|Original Publication Date||September 1, 1942|
A fairly good story which brings up lots of questions in the reader.
Come springtime again and air-conditioning at the Stork Club, Lois fell in love. He was a tall press agent named Bill Tedderton, with a deep, dirty voice. He certainly wasn’t anything to bring home to Mr. and Mrs. Taggett, but Lois figured he certainly was something to bring home.
The Long Debut of Lois Taggett is easier to locate than any other Story magazine piece since it was reprinted in the book, Story: The Fiction of The Forties. If you do go in search of the original magazine, be sure to also look for the issues of Story containing Elaine, Once a Week Won’t Kill You, and The Young Folks.
- Story: The Fiction of the Forties () 153-162
- Story XXI, September/October 1942 (September 1, 1942) 28-34