Weird Tales December 1933

Old Garfield’s Heart was first published in Weird Tales in December of 1933 and is generally labelled as a “Horror Story”. It takes place shortly after the end of the Wild West, but perhaps it falls squarely into the “Weird West” genre. The story is about an frontiersman, Old Garfield, that has lived as long as anyone can remember. The story is told through the eyes of an unnamed narrator who believes the tales told by Old Garfield are nothing more than whims of fancy or tall tales. 

Contents

  • 659 • King Cobra • (1933) • novelette by Joseph O. Kesselring
  • 659 •  King Cobra • interior artwork by Jayem Wilcox
  • 676 • A Dead House • poem by Clarence Edwin Flynn
  • 677 • Red Gauntlets of Czerni • [Jules de Grandin] • novelette by Seabury Quinn
  • 677 •  Red Gauntlets of Czerni • interior artwork by Jayem Wilcox
  • 698 • The Ox-Cart • short story by Frank Owen
  • 699 •  The Ox-Cart • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 706 • Abd Dhulma, Lord of Fire • (1933) • novelette by G. G. Pendarves
  • 706 •  Abd Dhulma, Lord of Fire • interior artwork by Jayem Wilcox
  • 724 • Old Garfield’s Heart • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 731 • Monkeys • short story by E. F. Benson
  • 731 •  Monkeys • interior artwork by Jayem Wilcox
  • 741 •  Weird Tales, December 1933 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by uncredited (variant of Weird Tales, March 1925 1925)
  • 742 • The Vampire Master (Part 3 of 4) • [Dr. John Dale] • serial by Edmond Hamilton [as by Hugh Davidson]
  • 759 • The Closed Door • short story by Harold Ward
  • 764 • The Lady in Gray • short story by Donald Wandrei
  • 768 •  Weird Story Reprint • (1928) • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 768 • The Secret of the Growing Gold • (1892) • short story by Bram Stoker
  • 773 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 773 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, December 1933) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 773 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by A. B. Leonard
  • 773 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Margaret Sylvester
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Louis C. Smith
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by William Nelson
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Duane W. Rimel
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Harold F. Keating
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Lionel Dilbeck
  • 774 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Frederick John Walsen
  • 775 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Jack Williamson
  • 775 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Anders Stortroen
  • 775 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Jack Darrow
  • 775 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by I. D. Arden
  • 775 •  Letter (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by Blanche W. Schoonmaker
  • 776 • Weird Tales Welcomes a New Author • essay by Alonzo Leonard
  • 777 • Coming Next Month (Weird Tales, December 1933) • essay by uncredited
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : December 1933
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Format : Pulp
Pages : 132
Cover : Margaret Brundage
Illustrations : Se above

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Weird Tales 1933 December

Old Garfield’s Heart was first published in Weird Tales in December of 1933 and is generally labelled as a “Horror Story”. It takes place shortly after the end of the Wild West, but perhaps it falls squarely into the “Weird West” genre. The story is about an frontiersman, Old Garfield, that has lived as long as anyone can remember. The story is told through the eyes of an unnamed narrator who believes the tales told by Old Garfield are nothing more than whims of fancy or tall tales. 

Tags: Margaret Brundage / Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales