Weird Tales: The Magazine That Never Dies - Edited by Marvin Kay - 1988 Hardback

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Blurb: “Since its first issue in March 1923, Weird Tales—"The Unique Magazine"—has provided countless readers with the most innovative and offbeat fantasy, suspense and horror stories. Almost every important writer of fantastic fiction in the first half of this century—including H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Fritz Lieber—and countless other notables have had their works showcased in its pages.

Now, in this special volume compiled by popular anthologist Marvin Kaye, some of the most memorable horrific, bizarre tales ever published are assembled, all of which have appeared in various incarnations of Weird Tales over the years.

Interim by Ray Bradbury
The House of Ecstasy by Ralph Milne Farley
The Stolen Body by H.G. Wells
The Scrawny One by Anthony Boucher
The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Lucian of Samosatatranslated by Sir Thomas More
Skulls in the Stars by Robert E. Howard
Eena by Manly Banister
The Look by Maurice Level
Methought I Heard A Voice by L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt
Off the Map by Rex Dolphin
The Last Train by Fredric Brown
Ti Michel by W.J. Stamper
In the X-Ray by Fritz Leiber
Speak by Henry Slesar
The Pale Criminal by C. Hall Thompson
The Sombrus Tower by Tanith Lee
Mr. George by August Derleth
The Terror of the Water Tank by William Hope Hodgson
The Legend of St. Julian the Hospitaller by Gustave Flaubert
The Hoax of the Spirit Lover by Harry Houdini
Seed by Jack Snow
Masked Ball by Seabury Quinn
The Woman with the Velvet Collar by Gaston Leroux
Mistress Sary by William Tenn
The Judge's House by Bram Stoker
The Bagheeta by Val Lewton
Ghost Hunt by H.R. Wakefield
Funeral in the Fog by Edward D. Hoch
The Damp Man by Allison V. Harding
The Lost Club by Arthur Machen
Wet Straw by Richard Matheson
Mysteries of the Faceless King by Darrell Schweitzer
More Than Shadow by Dorothy Quick
The Dead Smile by F. Marion Crawford
The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Robert Bloch
Chicken Soup by Katherine MacLean and Mary Kornbluth
The Haunted Burglar by W.C. Morrow
Never Bet the Devil Your Head by Edgar Allan Poe
He by H.P. Lovecraft
The Brotherhood of Blood by Hugh B. Cave
The Weird of Avoosl Wuthoqquan by Clark Ashton Smith
Men Who walk Upon the Air by Frank Belknap Long
A Child's Dream of a Star by Charles Dickens
The Perfect Host by Theodore Sturgeon
Why Weird Tales attributed to Otis Adelbert Kline

Dust jacket illustration by Richard Kriegler, based on Howard's "Skulls in the Stars." Interior drawings by Richard Kriegler.

Weird Tales has always been the most popular and sought-after of all pulp magazines. A mix of exotic fantasy, horror, science fiction, suspense, and the just plain indescribable.”