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Weird Tales: Weird Fiction By Weird Tales
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Weird Tales was an American fantasy and horror fiction pulp magazine first published in March 1923. It ceased its original run in September 1954, after 279 issues. The magazine was set up in Chicago... More > by J. C. Henneberger, an ex-journalist with a taste for the macabre. The sub-genre pioneered by Weird Tales writers has come to be called weird fiction.— Excerpted from Weird Tales on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.< Less
Horrible Tales: A History of Weird Fiction By Joe Bielecki
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Horror has long since been an emotion that has mystified the human race. Contained in this collection are five stories that helped provide the foundation for such an entrancing genre. H.P.... More > Lovecraft M.R. James Ambrose Beirce George Sylvester Viereck Oliver Onion< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 4 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been hand-picked from the... More > Morpheus Tales archives to create the fourth collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by Gary Budgen, Alex Davis, James Everington, R. K. Gemienhardt, Dean M. Drinkel, Michael W. Garza, John S. Barker, Brick Marlin, Kurt Fawver, John F. D. Taff, Charles A. Muir, Martin Slag, Lenora Farrington-Sarrouf, Deborah Walker, Cate Caldwell, Richard Smith, Alex Gonzalez, Erik T. Johnson, Brian Kutco, Heather Smith, John Morgan. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 5 By Adam Bradley et al.
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Collected together for the first time, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been hand-picked from the... More > Morpheus Tales archives to create the fifth collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by David Lear, Brockton McKinney, Lee Clark Zumpe, Robert Sagirs, Sean Logan, Adrian Ludens, Candra Hope, Ed Plotts, Glen Garrick, Matthew Piskun, Deborah Walker, Paul Johnson-Jovanovic & James Brooks Anthony Baynton, Sharon Baillie, Matt Leyshon, Matthew Acheson, Kyle Hemmings, James Gabriel, Gary Budgen. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
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Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 2 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been hand-picked from the... More > Morpheus Tales archives to create the second collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by K.C. Ball, Skadi medic Beorh, L. R. Bonehill, Tonia Brown, Jesse Click, Tim Eagle, Chris Ewing, Ray Garton, Lee Gimenez, Gail Gray, K.J. Hannah Greenberg, Ian Hunter, Gary Inbinder, Dev Jarrett, Mark Howard Jones, Paul Johnson-Jovanovic, Fred R. Kane, Brian Kutco, Joe R. Lansdale, David Lear, B. Miller, Louise Morgan, Lee Pletzers, Hunter Shea, Fred Venturini, Nathan Wellman, C.E. Zacherl, and A. David Zapata. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 1 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together in one volume, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been... More > hand-picked from the Morpheus Tales archives to create this first collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by Lyn Cannaday, Robert T. Canipe, Steven Lee Climer, Nickolas Cook, Garon Cockrell, Nick Day, Vic Fortezza, Ken Goldman, Gary Hewitt, Todd Austin Hunt, Michael Laimo, Kevin Lucia, Adrian Ludens, Christian McPhate, Mari Mitchell, Theresa C. Newbill, Aaron A. Polson, Jonathan J. Schlosser, Tommy B. Smith, Alan Spencer, Wayne Summers, Randy Young, Mark Zirbel, Lee Clark Zumpe. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
H.P. Lovecraft on Writing Weird Fiction By Brian Scott
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Howard Phillips Lovecraft (August 20, 1890 - March 15, 1937), better known as H.P. Lovecraft, was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction, especially the subgenre known as weird... More > fiction. H.P. Lovecraft wrote an article in 1933, entitled, "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction," in which he explains his writing process. Released into Creative Commons, we proudly reprint it for you. Published by www.FreelanceWriting.com< Less
The Complete Weird Fiction of M.W. Hess By M. W. Hess
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The writings of a young man from the age of ten years old into adulthood. A strange evolution of influence and style. Tales of Soldiers, Werewolves, Ninjas, Robots, Killers, Ghosts, Aliens, Cowboys,... More > Detectives, Gangsters, Vampires, Secret Agents, and more. Enter the imagination of a 10 year old and follow him through the ages.< Less
The Big Weirdness By Patrick Sherwood
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Who knows what this book's about? It sure is weird, though, and no summary will do it, or you, fine prospective reader, justice. "The Big Weirdness" is a very tiny yet thought provoking... More > little piece of surrealism that may be true in one specific quantum state. It's like having a conversation with your imagination where the two of you discuss identity and truth.< Less