Contains an extract from a letter from Robert E. Howard to Weird Tales, ca. March 1926,
“Your last three issues . . .”. No Howard stories in this one.

Contents

  • 726 • A Suitor from the Shades • novelette by Greye La Spina
  • 726 •  A Suitor from the Shades • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 747 • The Dark Chrysalis (Part 1 of 3) • serial by Eli Colter
  • 747 •  The Dark Chrysalis (Part 1 of 3) • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 767 • The Fourth Dimension • short story by Charles Ford
  • 768 •  Weird Tales, June 1927 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by uncredited (variant of Weird Tales, February 1925 1925)
  • 769 • The Arctic Death • [Charles Breinbar] • short story by Wilford Allen
  • 769 •  The Arctic Death • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 780 • Fog-Faces • poem by Robert S. Carr
  • 781 • Out of the Grave • short story by Eldridge Morton
  • 781 •  Out of the Grave • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 788 •  Weird Tales, June 1927 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, December 1924 [3] 1924)
  • 789 • The Left Eye • short story by Henry S. Whitehead
  • 789 •  The Left Eye • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 801 • The Man Who Was Damned • short story by Charlton Lawrence Edholm
  • 805 • The Choking of Allison Grey • short story by Guy Pain
  • 805 •  The Choking of Allison Grey • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 812 •  Weird Tales, June 1927 [2] • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, February 1925 [2] 1925)
  • 813 • Explorers Into Infinity (Part 3 of 3) • serial by Ray Cummings
  • 813 •  Explorers Into Infinity (Part 3 of 3) • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 824 • Ghost Lore • poem by Gertrude Wright
  • 825 • The Dream That Came True • [Ivan Brodsky • 10] • (1911) • short story by Victor Rousseau
  • 825 •  The Dream That Came True • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 831 • Advice • poem by Frank Belknap Long [as by Frank Belknap Long, Jr.]
  • 832 • The Land of Creeping Death • short story by Edna Bell Seward
  • 840 • Sorcery Past and Present • essay by Marguerite Lynch Addis
  • 843 •  Weird Tales, June 1927 [2] • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by uncredited (variant of Weird Tales, January 1925 [2] 1925)
  • 844 • The Song of Triumphant Love • short story by Иван Тургенев? (trans. of Песнь торжествующей любви? 1881) [as by Ivan Turgenieff]
  • 857 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 857 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, June 1927) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 857 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Ralph C. Hartman
  • 857 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by F. O. Rogers
  • 857 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by George Montague
  • 857 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by J. K. Sears
  • 857 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Lorena Lockhard
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Miss Amy Beck
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Philip H. Buscher
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Llon Penhall Rees
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by John B. Woodhouse
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Roland Fernekes
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by James T. Ballew
  • 858 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Mrs. Marion M. Le Paire
  • 859 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Donald G. Ward
  • 859 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Mrs. Roy Blaire
  • 859 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Helen Marchand
  • 859 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by Eugene Cameron
  • 859 •  Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) • essay by William E. Venable
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : June 1927
Replica by: Girsasol Collectables
Format : Pulp
Pages : 144
Cover : Curtis C. Senf
Illustrations : Curtis C. SenfAndrew Brosnatch

Notes

Volume IX, Number 6. Pages run from 721 to 864 excluding covers.

Illustrators:

Andrew Brosnatch

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Weird Tales 1927 June

Contains an extract from a letter from Robert E. Howard to Weird Tales, ca. March 1926,
“Your last three issues . . .”. No Howard stories in this one.

Tags: Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales