Weirdbook #35

Weirdbook #35

Douglas Draa Adrian Cole Christian Riley Bruce L. Priddy John R. Fultz Tom English Paul Lubaczewski Patrick Tumblety / Nov 16, 2019

Weirdbook The th issue of WEIRDBOOK presents 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

  • Title: Weirdbook #35
  • Author: Douglas Draa Adrian Cole Christian Riley Bruce L. Priddy John R. Fultz Tom English Paul Lubaczewski Patrick Tumblety
  • ISBN: 9781479427451
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • The 35th issue of WEIRDBOOK presents 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 ColeThe Dead of Night, by Christian RileyMother of My Children, by Bruce L PriddyThe Man Who Murders Happiness, by John R FultzA Handful of Dust, by Tom EnThe 35th issue of WEIRDBOOK presents 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 ColeThe Dead of Night, by Christian RileyMother of My Children, by Bruce L PriddyThe Man Who Murders Happiness, by John R FultzA Handful of Dust, by Tom EnglishRevolution l Orange, by Paul LubaczewskiFiends of the Southern Plains, by Patrick TumbletyThe Pyrrhic Crusade, by Stanley B WebbThe Migration of Memories, by Charles WilkinsonMaquettes, by Paul St John MackintoshIn the Shadows, by J.S Watts The Spot, by C.R LangilleSchism in the Sky, by Donald McCarthyTo Roam the Universe, Forgotten and Free, by Janet HarriettRejuvenate, by Lily LuchesiVigil Night, by Lorenzo CrescentiniDead Clowns for Christmas, by L.J DoppThe Tale and the Teller, by Darrell SchweitzerPlus poetry by K.A Opperman, Frederick J Mayer, James Matthew Byers, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson

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    1. Weirdbook is highly recommended; a menu of high quality horror tales that span most genres.Weirdbook is one of a few Weird Fiction magazines that persist. Weirdtales is likely the most famous, which emerged in the Pulp Era of the early Twentieth Century and comprised horror, dark fantasy, and Sword & Sorcery; Weirdtales exchanged hands over the decades and was carried/edited in the late 1980’s by John Betancourt and Darrell Schweitzer who both play a role in Weirdbook (Betancourt as Publis [...]


    2. I have read every issue since the magazine's reboot with issue #31 and in my opinion, this one is the best issue yet, filled with quality, well-written macabre tales and odd poems. My top three favorites were "The Dead of Night," by Christian Riley; "Fiends of the Southern Plains," by Patrick Tumblety; and "The Migration of Memories," by Charles Wilkinson. This is no way means the other fifteen stories were any less "terrible" or entertaining--only that for me, these three stood out the brightes [...]


    3. Once again, there is a lot of good stuff to be had in Weirdbook -- fantasy, horror, poetry, even a bit of science fiction -- and all of it weird, of course! My favorite in this issue are Donald McCarthy's "Schism in the Sky" (a priest, convinced that God hates us, starts a church on a lifeless planet which then becomes occupied by the government as a test site for a bizarre new weapon), Janet Harriet's "To Roam the Universe, Forgotten and Free" (a woman who is killed in a car accident tried to e [...]




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