Weird Tales February 1935

Originally published in Weird Tales, February 1935. Alternate title: “Moon of Zambebwei.”

The silence of the pine woods lay like a brooding cloak about the soul of Bristol McGrath. The black shadows seemed fixed, immovable as the weight of superstition that overhung this forgotten back-country. Vague ancestral dreads stirred at the back of McGrath’s mind; for he was born in the pine woods, and sixteen years of roaming about the world had not erased their shadows.

Contents

  • 146 • The Web of Living Death • novelette by Seabury Quinn
  • 146 •  The Web of Living Death • interior artwork by Vincent Napoli
  • 168 •  Weird Tales, February 1935 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Weird Tales, December 1924 1924)
  • 169 • The Grisly Horror • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 169 •  The Grisly Horror • interior artwork by Vincent Napoli
  • 188 •  Weird Tales, February 1935 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by uncredited (variant of Weird Tales, March 1925 1925)
  • 189 • The Body-Masters • short story by Frank Belknap Long [as by Frank Belknap Long, Jr.]
  • 189 •  The Body-Masters • interior artwork by Ruth (artist)
  • 199 • Murder in the Grave • short story by Edmond Hamilton
  • 199 •  Murder in the Grave • interior artwork by Vincent Napoli
  • 206 •  Weird Tales, February 1935 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin (variant of Sonnets of the Midnight Hours 1928)
  • 207 • Rulers of the Future (Part 2 of 3) • serial by Paul Ernst
  • 207 •  Rulers of the Future (Part 2 of 3) • interior artwork by H. R. Hammond
  • 233 • The Silver Bullet • novelette by Phyllis A. Whitney
  • 233 •  The Silver Bullet • interior artwork by Vincent Napoli
  • 244 • Listening • poem by Cristel Hastings
  • 245 • The Metronome • (1934) • short story by August Derleth [as by August W. Derleth]
  • 249 • Anything Could Happen • short story by Kurt Barle
  • 253 • The Dinner Set • short story by Fanny Kemble Johnson
  • 257 •  Weird Story Reprint • (1928) • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 257 • The Fireplace • (1925) • short story by Henry S. Whitehead
  • 265 • Coming Next Month (Weird Tales, February 1935) • essay by uncredited
  • 267 • Witches • poem by Donna Kelly
  • 268 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 268 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, February 1935) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 268 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Weirder and Weirder • essay by Philip Sibellio
  • 268 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): A Superior Magazine • essay by George Connel
  • 268 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Our Best Authors • essay by Sam Howard
  • 268 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Mrs. Margaret Brundage • essay by Thelma Zander
  • 268 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): A Sigh of Regret • essay by M. T. Lowe
  • 269 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): The Twelve Best Stories • essay by B. M. Reynolds
  • 269 •  Letter: Robert E. Howard’s Poetry • essay by William E. Springhorn
  • 269 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): We Should Copy Liberty? • essay by Henry Kuttner
  • 270 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): A Witch Shall Be Born • essay by Julius Hopkins
  • 270 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Jirel of Joiry • essay by Gertrude Hemken
  • 271 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Jirel and Northwest Smith • essay by Alvin Earl Perry
  • 271 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): The Cloven Hoof • essay by S. J. Friscia
  • 271 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): A Writer’s Writer • essay by Hal K. Wells
  • 272 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): Thumbs Down on Nudes • essay by Duane W. Rimel
  • 272 •  Letter (Weird Tales, February 1935): The December Issue • essay by Fred Anger
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : February 1935
Replica by: Girasol June 2015
Format : Pulp
Pages : 132
Cover : Margaret Brundage
Illustrations : Se above

Notes

Vol 25, No 2.
Page numbers run from 145 to 272.

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Originally published in Weird Tales, February 1935. Alternate title: “Moon of Zambebwei.”

The silence of the pine woods lay like a brooding cloak about the soul of Bristol McGrath. The black shadows seemed fixed, immovable as the weight of superstition that overhung this forgotten back-country. Vague ancestral dreads stirred at the back of McGrath’s mind; for he was born in the pine woods, and sixteen years of roaming about the world had not erased their shadows.

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