Strange Tales 9 Pulp Magazine Edition

This special edition of Strange Tales #9 is presented in the original magazine's dimensions.

Strange Tales  9  Pulp Magazine Edition

Author: Robert M. Price

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1557424527

Page: 92

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This special edition of Strange Tales #9 is presented in the original magazine's dimensions. In addition to great work by Hugh B. Cave, L. Sprague de Camp, and many more, this edition adds "The Devil's Crypt," a novelet by E. Hoffmann Price.

Mystery Fanfare

Munro , ( pulp hero and villain ) , 10 P 25 Weinberg , Robert : STRANGE
STORIES , ( author index to pulp magazine ) , 6 WT 26 ; ( issue index ) 6 WT 23
Weinberg , Robert : The Tinsley Shadows , ( The Shadow novels written by ... ( on
The Shadow and his creator , Walter B . Gibson ) , by Wooda Nicholas Carr , 9 BS
16 Weird Menace Magazines , The , ( pulp magazines ) , by Robert Kenneth
Jones , 10 ...

Mystery Fanfare

Author: Michael L. Cook

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 9780879722302

Page: 441

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This work is a composite index of the complete runs of all mystery and detective fan magazines that have been published, through 1981. Added to it are indexes of many magazines of related nature. This includes magazines that are primarily oriented to boys' book collecting, the paperbacks, and the pulp magazine hero characters, since these all have a place in the mystery and detective genre.

Weird Tales 337 Book Paper Edition

#8: Submarine Stories (March 1930) Rare pulp magazine, featuring stories and
articles about (what eke?) subs! #9: Sinister Stories Ml (Feb 1940) The first issue
of this "weird menace" pulp! #10: The Thrill Book (Sept. 1, 1919) Facsimile reprint
 ...

Weird Tales  337  Book Paper Edition

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Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 159224226X

Page: 84

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The contributors of this work include: William F. Nolan (part 1 of Ripper ), Jack Williamson (Ghost Town), Darrell Schweitzer (The Most Beautiful Dead Woman in the World), Clark Ashton Smith (The Face by the River), Jack Ketchum (Returns), Fred Chappell (The Invading Spirit), and E. Hoffmann Price (classic reprint - Satan's Daughter).

The Age of Dimes and Pulps

9 One of the oldest and undoubtedly the most successful of the pulp horror and
fantasy magazines was Weird Tales, ... The first issue of Weird Tales magazine
appeared on the newsstands dated March 1923, with the featured cover story
titled ...

The Age of Dimes and Pulps

Author: Jeremy Agnew

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 147663257X

Page: 242

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From the dime novels of the Civil War era to the pulp magazines of the early 20th century to modern paperbacks, lurid fiction has provided thrilling escapism for the masses. Cranking out formulaic stories of melodrama, crime and mild erotica--often by uncredited authors focused more on volume than quality--publishers realized high profits playing to low tastes. Estimates put pulp magazine circulation in the 1930s at 30 million monthly. This vast body of "disposable literature" has received little critical attention, in large part because much of it has been lost--the cheaply made books were either discarded after reading or soon disintegrated. Covering the history of pulp literature from 1850 through 1960, the author describes how sensational tales filled a public need and flowered during the evolving social conditions of the Industrial Revolution.

Galileo

Pioneers of the SF field , as they originally appeared in the pioneer SF and
Fantasy magazines - the Pulps . ... the more historic titles , we bring together
stories from several issues into an anthology - but an anthology in the format of
an issue of the magazine . ... OP # 3 - ORIENTAL STORIES O OP # 5 - KAZAR O
OP # 6 - STRANGE TALES ( ) OP # 7 - SPICY MYSTERY ( ) OP # 9 - MAGIC
CARPET ( ) OP ...

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Pulp Magazine Thrillers

Howard ' s best poems during the 1930s for WEIRD TALES were probably "
Recompense " ( 11 - 38 ) and " Lines Written in the ... Some of these were quite
good , such as " Night - Gaunts " ( 12 - 39 ) , " Hesperia " ( 10 - 30 ) , " Star - Winds
" ( 9 - 30 ) ... Her best cover was probably the one featured on the October , 1933
issue and effectively showed a vampire girl staring hypnotically at the reader . J .
Allen ...

Pulp Magazine Thrillers

Author: James Van Hise

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Page: 190

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Strange Tales 8 Vol 4 No 1

Volume 4, number 1 (continuing the classic numbering sequence) features contributions from a range of modern masters, including RICHARD A. LUPOFF, DARRELL SCHWEITZER, ADRIAN COLE, and many more. Cover art by JASON VAN HOLLANDER.

Strange Tales  8  Vol  4  No  1

Author: Darrell Schweitzer

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 0809533413

Page: 112

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The legendary pulp magazine STRANGE TALES -- rival to Weird Tales in its prime -- returns as an anthology series edited by renowned pulp fiction expert Robert M. Price. Volume 4, number 1 (continuing the classic numbering sequence) features contributions from a range of modern masters, including RICHARD A. LUPOFF, DARRELL SCHWEITZER, ADRIAN COLE, and many more. Cover art by JASON VAN HOLLANDER.

The Best of Weird Tales

Collected here are 13 of the best short stories published in Weird Tales' first year of publication, 1923 -- classics by many who would later play an integral part in the Unique Magazine, such as H.P. Lovecraft, Frank Owen, and Farnsworth ...

The Best of Weird Tales

Author: Marvin Kaye

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 188044853X

Page: 129

View: 883

Weird Tales has always been the most popular and sought-after of all pulp magazines. Its mix of exotic fantasy, horror, science fiction, suspense, and the just plain indescribable has enthralled generations of readers throughout the world. Collected here are 13 of the best short stories published in Weird Tales' first year of publication, 1923 -- classics by many who would later play an integral part in the Unique Magazine, such as H.P. Lovecraft, Frank Owen, and Farnsworth Wright.

Weird Tales of Modernity

And yet, working in the shadows cast by these modernists were science fiction, horror and fantasy writers like the "Weird Tales Three": H.P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith and Robert E. Howard.

Weird Tales of Modernity

Author: Jason Ray Carney

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476668035

Page: 205

View: 633

Serious literary artists such as T.S. Eliot, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf loom large in most accounts of the literary art of the first half of the 20th century. And yet, working in the shadows cast by these modernists were science fiction, horror and fantasy writers like the “Weird Tales Three”: H.P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith and Robert E. Howard. They did not publish in artistically ambitious magazines like Dial, The Smart Set and The Little Review but instead in commercial pulp magazines like Weird Tales. Contrary to the stereotypes about pulp fiction and those who wrote it, these three were serious literary artists who used their fiction to speculate about such philosophical questions as the function of art and the brevity of life.

The American Book Collector

... completed our collection of Weird curred by Baird and kept the magazine at
Tales , from the March , 1923 issue , to the ... Smith fantasy 9 by 12 size ) , a pulp
magazine bargain the magazine featured covers by Margaret magazine
published ...

The American Book Collector

Author: W. B. Thorsen

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Mystery Detective and Espionage Magazines

STREET & SMITH ' S DETECTIVE MONTHLY ( British ) 541 VOLUME AND
ISSUE DATA : Vol . ... SIZE AND PAGINATION : 6 - 7 / 8 " X 9 - 7 / 8 ” ; 128 pages
( through June 1940 ) ; 96 pages ( subsequent issues ) . CURRENT STATUS :
Discontinued . STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR This pulp
magazine , despite its title indicating an equal mystery element , was
predominantly weird ...

Mystery  Detective  and Espionage Magazines

Author: Michael L. Cook

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN:

Page: 795

View: 555

Traces the history of magazines devoted to mystery and spy stories and critical essays dealing with detective literature

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

Fantasy and Science Fiction MARKET PLACE Do you have something to
advertise to sf readers ? ... Copies of French , Portuguese , Spanish and Swedish
editions available at $ 1.50 each , three ... Send $ 9 for 20 comic books , with help
in translation . ... Weird Tales , Unknown , Astounding , All other Pulp Magazines .

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

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Five Novels of the 1960s 70s

9 Russians get rid of Beria ? ] Lavrenti Beria ( 1899 ... 9 Weird Tales ] An
American pulp magazine featuring tales of horror and fantasy , first published in
1923 and lasting , in its first incarnation , until 1954 803 . 2 – 5 Never . . . deprived
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Five Novels of the 1960s   70s

Author: Philip K. Dick

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Page: 1128

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A second collection of signature works offers insight into the author's range within the science-fiction genre, in a volume that includes the titles Martian Time-Slip, Dr. Bloodmoney, Now Wait for Last Year, A Scanner Darkly, and Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. 25,000 first printing.

Cultural Correspondence

Appearing in Weird Tales and other quite certain that even twentieth century
surreal some impression on them . ” ( 9 ) " pulpmagazines , these works
seemed to them istic painting influenced him very little . ... This article was
reprinted in the craft was ever much aware of the surrealist twixt what is to be
called extreme fantasy of a surrealist issue of Radical America ( 1970 ) .
movement ... Neither Lovecraft ...

Cultural Correspondence

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Horror Literature

8 – 9 . Clarens , Carlos . An Illustrated History of the Horror Film . Putnam , 1967 ;
Secker & Warburg , 1968 , as Horror Movies : An Illustrated Survey . A thorough ...
Covers all stories and articles in the pulp magazines Weird Tales , Strange Tales
, Strange Stories , The Thrill Book , Oriental Stories / Magic Carpet Magazine ,
Golden Fleece , and the English reprint publication Strange Tales . Invaluable as
 ...

Horror Literature

Author: Marshall B. Tymn

Publisher: Rr Bowker Llc

ISBN: 9780835213417

Page: 559

View: 584

Provides a look at the historical development of horror literature, with an annotated bibliography of major works in the genre, including fiction, poetry, literary criticism, biography, and bibliography

Futures Past

There is not much overtevidence of the success of Gernsback ' s Scientifiction in
1924 . special scientific - fiction issue . ... Gernsback would have sent 1923 issue
it was promptly followed by a new , nine part serial , “ The his circular to his own
... in respond to a magazine of scientific stories , especially of the pulp - the
August 1923 issue , and indeed may have been ... Of course , also looking for
finances to launch his own magazine , Strange the stories must have some
literary value .

Futures Past

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Nine Horrors and a Dream

This collection, originally published by Arkham House in 1958, features stories published by Weird Tales and other pulp magazines of the 1950s — including the much-anthologized "Slime," which inspired the ever-popular thriller The Blob.

Nine Horrors and a Dream

Author: Joseph Payne Brennan

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 0486834190

Page: 112

View: 811

Acclaimed by Stephen King as "a master of the unashamed horror tale," Joseph Payne Brennan wrote hundreds of tales of terror, suspense, and fantasy. Collectors and fans will delight in this inexpensive reissue of Brennan's hard-to-find classic, Nine Horrors and a Dream. This collection, originally published by Arkham House in 1958, features stories published by Weird Tales and other pulp magazines of the 1950s — including the much-anthologized "Slime," which inspired the ever-popular thriller The Blob. Less familiar but equally gripping tales include "Levitation," in which a carnival-goer has an unfortunate encounter with a hypnotist; "The Calamander Chest," the story of a low-priced antique that turns out to be no bargain; "Death in Peru," involving a lethal curse; the darkly humorous "On the Elevator"; and "The Green Parrot," which recounts a Good Samaritan's bad timing. Other selections include "Canavan's Back Yard," featuring a property with a gruesome history; "I'm Murdering Mr. Massington," which tells of a bizarre grasp at immortality; "The Hunt," a playfully creepy yarn about an obsessive chase; and "The Mail for Juniper Hill," in which a tipsy but determined postman refuses to let anything — even death — keep him from his appointed rounds.

The Pulp Jungle

Short Stories was at 9 Rockefeller Plaza . It was owned by William J . Delaney ,
who had just bought the magazine from Doubleday & Company , the book
publishers . He later purchased Weird Tales also . Magazine Publishers , was at
67 ...

The Pulp Jungle

Author: Frank Gruber

Publisher:

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Page: 189

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The Fantasy Book

The magazines : Weird Tales and others Weird Tales ( 1923 – 54 ) , the famous
American pulp magazine specializing in the ... which was almost certainly the
Swedish Hugin ( 1916 – 20 ) , an unattractive little publication , outstanding
neither for its story content nor for its artwork . ... with the last two counted 9 – 10
and 11 - 12 respectively ) , featured an impressive gallery of fantastic art , ranging
from ...

The Fantasy Book

Author: Franz Rottensteiner

Publisher: Free Press

ISBN:

Page: 160

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Beyond the frontiers of reason there extends the vast, shadowy world of fantasy, where monsters lurk in the gloomy depths, vampires flit across the face of the moon, and imagination reigns supreme. Franz Rottensteiner explores the world of fantasy as it appears in the literature of the West. The dark side of the mind, that fascinating and perilous Dream State, has produced its own literature of the weird, the uncanny, and the demoniac. Since the beginning of time, storytellers have told of remote and exotic realms filled with ghosts, werewolves, ghouls, and zombies. From the clinical horrors of Edgar Allan Poe to the nightmare bureaucracy of Kafka; from Frankenstein to Alice in Wonderland; from Rider Haggard to C.S. Lewis; from the Jewish ghetto of the golem to the decayed castle of Gormenghast - The Fantasy Book presents a spectral march of figures and themes from the edge of reality, and beyond.