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  • The most bizarre time is what I call the Weird Hour, which extends from about halfway through dinner, and about 30 minutes into coffee in the drawing room.

    Maureen's Blog

  • I would also say that the writer I consider the potential equivalent of an Angela Carter is not on my original blogged list because I didn't know about her at the time: Micaela Morrissette, who has had stories in Weird Tales, Conjunctions, and others.

    MIND MELD: The Best Women Writers in SF/F

  • His short fiction has appeared in Weird Tales and Space and Time, and he has been a Finalist in the Writers of the Future competition.

    Interview: Scott H. Andrews

  • It was "Villanelle by Moonlight" published in Weird Tales.

    Interview: Lane Robins

  • His fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Red Scream, Horror Garage, and in anthologies like Dark Dreams 2 and 3 and the upcoming Dark Delicacies 3: Haunted.

    July 2009

  • Finally CL Moore's "Black God's Kiss", which I only discovered as an adult, mesmerized me with its imagery, an amazing hybrid of Howard's action with Lovecraft's imagery that reminded me that s&s got its start in Weird Tales and made me want more Old Weird in contemporary S&S (and more s&s in contemporary Weird Tales!).

    MIND MELD: The Best Sword & Sorcery Stories

  • His fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Red Scream, Horror Garage, and in anthologies like Dark Dreams 2 and 3 and Dark Delicacies 3: Haunted.

    MIND MELD: The Best Genre-Related Books/Films/Shows Consumed in 2009 (Part 5)

  • This short story was first published in Weird Tales (February 1928) and is considered one of his most famous tales.

    Tales of Horror From H.P. Lovecraft | myFiveBest

  • I translated several of his stories over the years (one of them was the first story by an Israeli writer ever to appear in Weird Tales), and I was very happy to find it was still available.

    Interview: Lavie Tidhar Talks About 'World SF'

  • But a story of mine that he translated, "The Dream of the Blue Man", appeared in Weird Tales last year, and then that magazine went on to win the Hugo award, so there's still hope Lavie will speak to me again, sometime in the future ...



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