Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors

Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors By Stefan R. Dziemianowicz Robert E. Howard Fritz Leiber August Derleth Henry S. Whitehead Joseph Payne Brennan H.P. Lovecraft Edmond Hamilton, Weird Tales Unearthed Terrors Introduction by Robert Bloch
  • Title: Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors
  • Author: Stefan R. Dziemianowicz Robert E. Howard Fritz Leiber August Derleth Henry S. Whitehead Joseph Payne Brennan H.P. Lovecraft Edmond Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780517661239
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors By Stefan R. Dziemianowicz Robert E. Howard Fritz Leiber August Derleth Henry S. Whitehead Joseph Payne Brennan H.P. Lovecraft Edmond Hamilton, Introduction by Robert Bloch.
    Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors By Stefan R. Dziemianowicz Robert E. Howard Fritz Leiber August Derleth Henry S. Whitehead Joseph Payne Brennan H.P. Lovecraft Edmond Hamilton,
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    1. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz Robert E. Howard Fritz Leiber August Derleth Henry S. Whitehead Joseph Payne Brennan H.P. Lovecraft Edmond Hamilton

      Born in 1957, Stefan Dziemianowicz works for the publisher Barnes Noble as an editor.

    156 thoughts on “Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors”

    1. Though hardly a runaway success in its day, and a publication that faced financial hardships for much of its existence, the pulp magazine known as Weird Tales is today revered by fans and collectors alike as one of the most influential and prestigious Anthologies without number have used stories from its pages, and the roster of authors who got their start therein reads like a Who s Who of 20th century horror and fantasy literature During its 32 year run, from 1923 1954, and in its 279 issues, W [...]


    2. A superb collection of short and some not so short horror stories from the pulp magazine There s something for almost every taste here, and it s a good way to take a dip in the waters before diving headlong into the seas of Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, or Bloch, to name a few.


    3. I can t recall if I ever finished this book so I m starting it again Some very creepy stories so perhaps not the best for bedtime reading but it sure serves the purpose quieting my mind down so I can fall asleep.



    4. Very good, I enjoy reading the old ones, often I see old friends in them and as often, the first time an idea has made it to print and by now we know it as some movie that little resembles the first time it hit the pages of a hit series like Weird Tales Visiting the past in these is also interesting, the daily lives of past generations often reveal things most of us wouldn t even consider as part of daily life and some are actually interesting to puzzle out.


    5. This collection some of the best tales from the magazine s glory years of the 1920s through the 1950s Included are A SQUARE CANVAS, THE PARASITIC HAND, EVOLUTION ISLAND, THE SHADOW KINGDOM, THE ROOM OF SHADOWS, BLACK BARTER, CARNABY S FISH, SOMETHING FROM OUT THERE, and SLAUGHTER HOUSE I encourage you to read this collection with the lights on.




    6. Fantastic collection of stories My favorite was probably C.M Eddy s The Love Dead, a dark and disturbing comedy about a young necrophiliac who gets a job at a morgue to be with the kind of people he loves.




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