Weird Tales 32 Unearthed Terrors

An anthology collecting 32 stories of horror and the macabre, one for each year of the magazines initial run. Storyies by Edmond Hamilton, H. Warner Munn, Robert E. Howard, Seabury Quinn, Jack Williamson, Richard Matheson, Frank Belknap Long, Clark Ashton Smith, Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury, and many, many more. Includes some of the illustrations from the pulp magazines.

Only Howard’s THE SHADOW KINGDOM is included from his stories.

Fantasy Crossroads #8

A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from May 1976. Issue 8 Contains the first appearance of both DAUGHTERS OF FEUD and MISER’S GOLD. Cover illustration by Richard Corben (from an illustration of Night Images featuring REH poems).

The 2nd Avon Fantasy Reader

The 2nd Avon Fantasy Reader from February 1969. This anthology contains the story THE BLONDE GODDESS OF BAL-SAGOTH. This is a variant of THE GODS OF BAL-SAGOTH. Featuring Turlogh O’Brien. It was previously published in Avon Fantasy Reader #12.

Weird Tales #4

Volume four and the last in a collection of various stories that is called Weird Tales #4. Edited by Lin Carter. It’s a revival of the classic fantasy and horror magazine Weird Tales. It is also numbered vol. 48, no. 4 (Fall 1981) in continuation of the numbering of the original magazine. The anthology was first published in paperback by American publisher Zebra Books in 1983.

It contains the poem THE DOOM CHANT OF THAN-KUL by Howard.

Weird Tales #3

Volume three in a collection of various stories that is called Weird Tales #3. Edited by Lin Carter. It’s a revival of the classic fantasy and horror magazine Weird Tales. It is also numbered vol. 48, no. 3 (Fall 1981) in continuation of the numbering of the original magazine. The anthology was first published in paperback by American publisher Zebra Books in 1981.

It contains the story THE GUARDIAN OF THE IDOL. Originally an unfinished 700 word manuscript, with a synopses, this version is completed by Gerald W. Page.