Contains the verse ‘Riders from Babylon’ by Howard.

Contents

  • 581 • The Master of Doom • novelette by Donald E. Keyhoe [as by Donald Edward Keyhoe]
  • 581 •  The Master of Doom • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 601 • The Veiled Prophetess • [Jules de Grandin] • novelette by Seabury Quinn
  • 601 •  The Veiled Prophetess • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 615 • The Man Who Lost His Luck • [Ivan Brodsky • 9] • (1911) • short story by Victor Rousseau
  • 615 •  The Man Who Lost His Luck • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 621 • The Crooked Smile • short story by Bryan Irvine
  • 625 • Explorers Into Infinity (Part 2 of 3) • serial by Ray Cummings
  • 625 •  Explorers Into Infinity (Part 2 of 3) • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 641 • The Song of the Bats • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 642 • Listening Death • short story by Don Robert Catlin
  • 642 •  Listening Death • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 648 • Painted Dragons • poem by Cristel Hastings
  • 649 • In Kashla’s Garden • short story by Oscar Schisgall
  • 649 •  In Kashla’s Garden • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 658 •  Weird Tales, May 1927 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Servants of Satan 1925)
  • 659 • From the Pit • novelette by Adam Hull Shirk
  • 659 •  From the Pit • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 674 • Memories • poem by A. Leslie
  • 675 • The Black Castle • short story by August Derleth and Mark Schorer [as by August W. Derleth and Marc R. Schorer]
  • 678 • Drome (Part 5 of 5) • serial by John Martin Leahy
  • 695 • Phantom Fingers • short story by Robert S. Carr
  • 695 •  Phantom Fingers • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 702 • Young Goodman Brown • (1835) • short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • 711 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 711 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, May 1927) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 711 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Henry S. Whitehead [as by Rev. Henry S. Whitehead]
  • 711 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Harold S. Farnese
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by John D. Howell
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by John R. Springfield
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Gerald C. Hamm
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Donat De Lisle
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Stephen Bagby
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Mrs. Molly Smith
  • 712 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Roland Jackson Hunter
  • 713 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Will T. Heideman
  • 713 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Mrs. N. Large
  • 713 •  Letter (Weird Tales, May 1927) • essay by Ross L. Bralley
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : May 1927
Replica by:  
Format : Pulp
Pages : 144
Cover : Curtis C. Senf
Illustrations : Listed under notes

Notes

Volume IX, Number 5.
Page numbers run from 577-720 excluding the covers.
Interior art credits for Senf per Jaffery & Cook The Collector’s Index to Weird Tales.

Editor: Farnsworth Wright
“The Song of the Bats” is not illustrated.

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Contains the verse ‘Riders from Babylon’ by Howard.

Tags: Andrew Brosnatch / August Derleth / C. C. Senf / Don Robert Catlin / Farnsworth Wright / Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Seabury Quinn / Victor Rousseau / Weird Tales