Weird Tales October 1931

The Gods of Bal-Sagoth (first published in Weird Tales, October 1931) – Also known as The Blond Goddess of Bal-Sagoth, this is a sequel to The Dark Man despite seeing print before that story. This story can be found on Wikisource. It was adapted as a Conan story by Marvel Comics in Conan the Barbarian #17 (Aug 1972). Turlogh Dubh O’Brien or Black Turlogh, is a fictional 11th Century Irishman created by Robert E. Howard.

Contents

  • 292 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 292 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, October 1931) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 292 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Anthony Amato
  • 292 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by R. L. C. Bergman
  • 292 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by J. Vernon Shea [as by J. Vernon Shea, Jr.]
  • 292 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Gertrude Hemken
  • 294 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Elizabeth Adt Wenzler [as by Mrs. E. A. Wenzler]
  • 294 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by William C. Levere
  • 294 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Julius Schwartz
  • 294 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Laurence Vibbert
  • 294 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Thelva B. Ellis
  • 296 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Wilfred Blanch Talman [as by Wilfred B. Talman]
  • 296 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Robert Leonard Russell
  • 296 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by A. B. Leonard
  • 298 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by J. Wasso, Jr.
  • 298 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 298 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by Chester R. Imes
  • 300 • The Dream Makers • poem by A. Leslie
  • 300 •  The Dream Makers • interior artwork by Donald von Gelb
  • 302 • The Gods of Bal-Sagoth • [Turlogh O’Brien] • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 302 •  The Gods of Bal-Sagoth • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 320 • Old City of Jade • short story by Thomas H. Knight
  • 321 •  Old City of Jade • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 332 • Satan’s Circus • short story by Lady Eleanor Smith [as by Eleanor Smith (I)]
  • 333 •  Satan’s Circus • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 343 • The Shot from Saturn • novelette by Edmond Hamilton
  • 343 •  The Shot From Saturn • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 360 • Black Terror • [Gerald Canevin] • (1931) • short story by Henry S. Whitehead
  • 361 •  Black Terror • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 368 • Tam, Son of the Tiger (Part 4 of 6) • serial by Otis Adelbert Kline
  • 369 •  Tam, Son of the Tiger (Part 4 of 6) • interior artwork by C. C. Senf
  • 387 • The Resurrection of the Rattlesnake • short story by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 390 •  Weird Tales, October 1931 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by uncredited (variant of Weird Tales, September 1929 [3] 1929)
  • 391 • The Captain Is Afraid • short story by August Derleth [as by August W. Derleth]
  • 394 • The Strange High House in the Mist • [Dream Cycle] • short story by H. P. Lovecraft
  • 395 •  The Strange High House in the Mist • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 400 •  Weird Tales, October 1931 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, January 1925 1925)
  • 401 • Bitter Return • short fiction by Alfred Sprissler
  • 402 •  Weird Tales, October 1931 [2] • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, November 1924 1924)
  • 403 • The Red Sail • short story by Charles Hilan Craig
  • 406 •  Weird Story Reprint • (1928) • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 406 • The Wolf-Leader (Part 3 of 8) • serial by Alexandre Dumas (trans. of Le meneur de loups 1857)
  • 420 •  Weird Tales, October 1931 [3] • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Servants of Satan 1925)
  • 423 • Coming Next Month (Weird Tales, October 1931) • essay by uncredited
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : October 1931
Replica by:  
Format : Pulp
Pages : 144
Cover : Curtis C. Senf
Illustrations : Se above

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The Gods of Bal-Sagoth (first published in Weird Tales, October 1931) – Also known as The Blond Goddess of Bal-Sagoth, this is a sequel to The Dark Man despite seeing print before that story. This story can be found on Wikisource. It was adapted as a Conan story by Marvel Comics in Conan the Barbarian #17 (Aug 1972). Turlogh Dubh O’Brien or Black Turlogh, is a fictional 11th Century Irishman created by Robert E. Howard.

Tags: H. P. Lovecraft / Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales