Weird Tales : Best of the Early Years 1926-27 by Jonathan Maberry
An ancient feud with an enchanted forest…
Zombies, mummies, vampires…
… and more.
Founded in 1922, Weird Tales is an iconic publication of fantasy, science fiction and horror stories. Weird Tales is the forerunner to today’s pulp and speculative fiction genres.
Within these pages you’ll find some of the best of the classic stories originally published in Weird Tales during the years 1926 and 1927, collected into a single volume. Featuring stories by legendary authors such as Seabury Quinn, E. Hoffman Price, Greye La Spina, Edward Hamilton, Frank Belknap Long Jr., H. Warner Munn, August W. Derleth, A. Merritt, and H.P. Lovecraft.
Co-edited by Kaye Lynne Booth
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword: Writers Are Weird—Jonathan Maberry
THE PEACOCK’S SHADOW—E. Hoffman Price
THE WHITE LADY OF THE ORPHANAGE—Seabury Quinn
THE TERRIBLE OLD MAN—H.P. Lovecraft
THE WOMAN OF THE WOOD—A. Merritt
BAT’S BELFRY—August W. Derleth
THE CURSE OF EVERARD MAUNDY—Seabury Quinn
THE TOMB—H.P. Lovecraft
SALADIN’S THRONE-RUG—E. Hoffmann Price
THE DOG-EARED GOD—Frank Belknap Long, Jr.
THE CITY OF SPIDERS—H. Warner Munn
THE CATS OF ULTHAR—H.P. Lovecraft
BACK TO THE BEAST—Manley Wade Wellman
A SUITOR FROM THE SHADES—Greye La Spina
PICKMAN’S MODEL—H.P. Lovecraft
THE ATOMIC CONQUERORS—Edmund Hamilton