Weird Tales: 100 Years of Weird

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first issues of Weird Tales Magazine – 100 Years of Weird is a masterful compendium of new and classic stories, flash fiction, essays, and poems from giants of speculative fiction, including R.L. Stine, Laurell K. Hamilton, Victor LaValle, Ray Bradbury, H. P. Lovecraft, Blake Northcott, Hailey Piper, Scott Sigler, James Aquilone, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Tennessee Williams, and Isaac Asimov.

Only Howard’s THE WORMS OF THE EARTH is included from his stories, including the first illustration.

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.

Weird Tales #2

This second volume in a collection of various stories is called Weird Tales #2 and was edited by Lin Carter. It’s a revival of the classic fantasy and horror magazine Weird Tales. It is also numbered vol. 48, no. 2 (Spring 1981) in continuation of the numbering of the original magazine. The anthology was first published in paperback by American publisher Zebra Books in December 1980 along with the first volume in this series.

It contains the poem THE SONG OF THE GALLOWS TREE by Robert E. Howard.

Weird Tales #1

This collection of various stories is called Weird Tales #1 and was edited by Lin Carter, the first in his paperback revival of the classic fantasy and horror magazine Weird Tales. It is also numbered vol. 48, no. 1 (Spring 1981) in continuation of the numbering of the original magazine. The anthology was first published in paperback by American publisher Zebra Books in December 1980, and reprinted in 1983.

It contains SCARLET TEARS and the poem RED THUNDER by Robert E. Howard.

Sleep No More: Twenty Masterpieces of Horror for the Connoisseur

Sleep No More is an anthology of fantasy and horror stories edited by August Derleth and illustrated by Lee Brown Coye, the first of three similar books in the 1940s. It was first published by Rinehart & Company in 1944. Featuring short stories by H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and other noted authors of the macabre genre, many of the stories made their initial appearance in Weird Tales magazine. The anthology is considered to be a classic of the genre, and is the initial foray by Coye into the field of horror illustration.

Weird Talers: Essays on Robert E. Howard and Others

Here we find studies of the expansive and at times contentious correspondence of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard; Howard’s association with such colleagues in the pulp world as Clark Ashton Smith, Henry S. Whitehead, and Frank Belknap Long; Howard’s sporadic involvement with such fans as R. H. Barlow, Stuart M. Boland, and Francis T. Laney; a discussion of Howard’s writing for amateur papers; and numerous other topics.