Sword & Sorcery: "An earthier sort of fantasy" discussion

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S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2218 comments Mod
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...




The 35th issue of WEIRDBOOK presents more stories in the Weird Tales tradition! Here are horror and dark fantasy stories set in this world -- and beyond. Included this time are:

The Pullulations of the Tribe, by Adrian Cole
The Dead of Night, by Christian Riley
Mother of My Children, by Bruce L. Priddy
The Man Who Murders Happiness, by John R. Fultz
A Handful of Dust, by Tom English
Revolution à l’Orange, by Paul Lubaczewski
Fiends of the Southern Plains, by Patrick Tumblety
The Pyrrhic Crusade, by Stanley B. Webb
The Migration of Memories, by Charles Wilkinson
Maquettes, by Paul St John Mackintosh
In the Shadows, by J.S. Watts
“The Spot,” by C.R. Langille
Schism in the Sky, by Donald McCarthy
To Roam the Universe, Forgotten and Free, by Janet Harriett
Rejuvenate, by Lily Luchesi
Vigil Night, by Lorenzo Crescentini
Dead Clowns for Christmas, by L.J. Dopp
The Tale and the Teller, by Darrell Schweitzer

Plus poetry by K.A. Opperman, Frederick J. Mayer, James Matthew Byers, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson


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Jon Ray (jonray) | 51 comments Thanks for turning me on to this one. It reminds me of the days of Weird Tales. I'm going to give it a go and submit something for their next round of submissions. Cheers!


message 3: by S.E., Gray Mouser (last edited Jun 17, 2017 10:00AM) (new)

S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2218 comments Mod
Jon, cool. You may notice that Weird Tales contributors and editors like Darrell Schweitzer and John Betancourt (Wild side press) play roles in weirdbook.


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Jon Ray (jonray) | 51 comments S.E. wrote: "Jon, cool. You may notice that Weird Tales contributors and editors like Darrell Schweitzer and John Betancourt (Wild side press) play roles in weirdbook."

My knowledge of Weird Tales is still quite fresh, so did not notice that. But I like to imagine having a place to submit stories to like H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard did back in the day and growing a small but loyal following of readers and fans.


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