Weird Tales July 1932

Contains “Wings in the Night” with Solomon Kane. Kane comes across an entire village wiped out, and all of the roofs have been ripped off, as if by something attempting to get inside from above.

Contents

  • 4 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 4 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, July 1932) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 4 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by N. J. O’Neail
  • 4 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Harold Huffaker
  • 6 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Miriam Allen Weeks
  • 6 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by J. C. Koekler
  • 6 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Harold Dunbar
  • 6 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by August Derleth [as by August W. Derleth]
  • 6 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Walter G. Detrick [as by Guy Detrick]
  • 8 • The Phantom Hand (Part 1 of 5) • serial by Victor Rousseau
  • 9 •  The Phantom Hand (Part 1 of 5) • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 24 • Echidna • (1932) • poem by Mary Elizabeth Counselman
  • 25 • The Man Who Never Came Back • short story by Pearl Norton Swet
  • 25 •  The Man Who Never Came Back • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 33 • Wings in the Night • [Solomon Kane] • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 33 •  Wings in the Night • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 52 •  Weird Tales, July 1932 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, December 1924 1924)
  • 53 • The Planet of Peace • novelette by Arlton Eadie
  • 53 •  The Planet of Peace • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 72 • The City of Crawling Death • novelette by Hugh B. Cave
  • 73 •  The City of Crawling Death • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 86 • The Thought-Devil • short story by A. W. Calder
  • 87 •  The Thought-Devil • interior artwork by T. Wyatt Nelson
  • 95 • Night Specters • poem by Kirke Mechem
  • 96 • The Devil’s Bride (Part 6 of 6) • [Jules de Grandin] • serial by Seabury Quinn
  • 97 •  The Devil’s Bride (Part 6 of 6) • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 116 • The Little Gods Wait • poem by Donald Wandrei
  • 117 • The Splendid Lie • (1932) • short story by S. B. H. Hurst
  • 118 •  Weird Tales, July 1932 [2] • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, December 1924 [3] 1924)
  • 119 • Dust • (1932) • short story by Edna Goit Brintnall
  • 122 • House of the Lizard • short story by Harold Ward
  • 127 •  Weird Story Reprint • (1928) • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 127 • Frankenstein (Part 3 of 8) • [Frankenstein] • serial by Mary Shelley (book publication as Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus 1818) [as by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley]
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Carl J. Smith
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Jack Williamson
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Julius Nelson
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Jim Mooney [as by James N. Mooney]
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Mrs. Bavella Beatty
  • 139 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Frank R. Moore
  • 140 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by A. E. Shaffer
  • 140 •  Letter (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by Mrs. G. W. Fisher
  • 141 • Coming Next Month (Weird Tales, July 1932) • essay by uncredited
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : July 1932
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Format : Pulp
Pages : 144
Cover : Curtis C. Senf
Illustrations : Listed under notes

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Contains “Wings in the Night” with Solomon Kane. Kane comes across an entire village wiped out, and all of the roofs have been ripped off, as if by something attempting to get inside from above.

Tags: Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Solomon Kane / Weird Tales