Weird Tales February 1930

Old Adam Farrel lay dead in the house wherein he had lived alone for the last twenty years. A silent, churlish recluse, in his life he had known no friends, and only two men had watched his passing… little did they know the Fearsome Touch of Death has not left the house…

Contents

  • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, February 1930) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • Shadows • poem by Clark Ashton Smith
  • Thirsty Blades • [Ismeddin] • novelette by Otis Adelbert Kline and E. Hoffmann Price
  • The Comet-Drivers • [Interstellar Patrol • 5] • novelette by Edmond Hamilton
  • The Black Monarch (Part 1 of 5) • serial by Paul Ernst
  • The Curse Kiss • short story by Theodore Roscoe
  • Piecemeal • (1929) • short story by Oscar Cook
  • Behind the Moon (Part 3 of 3) • serial by W. Elwyn Backus
  • The Daughter of Isis • short story by Hal K. Wells
  • At Eventide • poem by Hanna Baird Campbell
  • The Falling Knife • short story by Harold Markham
  • The Lilac Bush • short story by August Derleth
  • The Horror on Dagoth Wold • poem by Frank Belknap Long
  • The Fearsome Touch of Death • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • A Ghost • (1921) • short story by Guy de Maupassant (trans. of Apparition 1883)

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Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : February 1930
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Format : Pulp
Pages : 128
Cover : Hugh Rankin
Illustrations : Listed under notes

Notes

Weird Tales Volume 15 Number 2.
Canada price C$0.30
Page numbers run from 145 to 288 and do not include the covers.
Data from a facsimile of this issue.

Illustrators:

Hugh Rankin (under the name Doak)
Andrew Brosnatch

Howard Works ISFDB

Old Adam Farrel lay dead in the house wherein he had lived alone for the last twenty years. A silent, churlish recluse, in his life he had known no friends, and only two men had watched his passing… little did they know the Fearsome Touch of Death has not left the house…

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