Weird Tales October 1937

Contains the poem ‘Which Will Scarcely Be Understood’ by Howard.

Contents

  • 386 • Tiger Cat • short story by David H. Keller, M.D. [as by David H. Keller]
  • 387 •  Tiger Cat • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 396 •  Weird Tales, October 1937 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch (variant of Servants of Satan 1925)
  • 397 • Pledged to the Dead • [Jules de Grandin] • novelette by Seabury Quinn
  • 397 •  Pledged to the Dead • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 401 •  Dr. Trowbridge • (1937) • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 411 •  Dr. De Grandin • (1937) • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 416 • Which Will Scarcely Be Understood • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 418 • The Shunned House • (1928) • novelette by H. P. Lovecraft
  • 419 •  The Shunned House • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 436 •  Weird Tales, October 1937 • [Weird Tales Decorations] • interior artwork by Dwight Boyce (variant of Weird Tales, June 1936 1936)
  • 437 • The Homicidal Diary • short story by Earl Peirce, Jr.
  • 437 •  The Homicidal Diary • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 450 • The Long Arm • short story by Franz Nabl (trans. of Der dritte Arm 1931) [as by Franz Habl]
  • 451 •  The Long Arm • interior artwork by Ralph Snider
  • 459 • The Lake of Life (Part 2 of 3) • serial by Edmond Hamilton
  • 459 •  The Lake of Life (Part 2 of 3) • interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
  • 483 • The Golgotha Dancers • short story by Manly Wade Wellman
  • 489 • Here Lies • short story by Howard Wandrei [as by H. W. Guernsey]
  • 492 • The Last of Mrs. DeBrugh • short story by H. Sivia
  • 495 • To a Skull on My Bookshelf • poem by Elizabeth Virgina Raplee
  • 496 •  Weird Story Reprint • (1928) • interior artwork by Hugh Rankin
  • 496 • The Purple Cincture • (1925) • short story by H. Thompson Rich
  • 502 • After Two Nights of the Ear-ache • poem by Farnsworth Wright [as by Francis Hard]
  • 503 •  The Eyrie • (1924) • interior artwork by Andrew Brosnatch
  • 503 • The Eyrie (Weird Tales, October 1937) • [The Eyrie] • essay by The Editor
  • 503 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Does Virtue Always Win? • essay by G. M. Wilson
  • 504 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Save the Necronomicon! • essay by Elaine McIntire
  • 504 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Some Suggestions • essay by Lawrence Miller
  • 504 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Trudy Answers Our Critics • essay by Gertrude Hemken
  • 505 • Coming Next Month (Weird Tales, October 1937) • essay by uncredited
  • 506 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): A Threadbare Theme • essay by Clifton Hall
  • 507 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): The Dead Masters • essay by Reginald A. Pryke
  • 508 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): A First Rate Job • essay by Donald A. Wollheim
  • 508 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): The Terrible Parchment • essay by Joseph Allan Ryan [as by Joseph Allen Ryan]
  • 509 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Cornish Scenery • essay by I. O. Evans
  • 510 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Praise for the Carnal God • essay by Max Armstrong
  • 510 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Random Notes by W. C., Jr. • essay by W. C., Jr.
  • 510 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Weird Tales of the Sea • essay by Arthur L. Widner, Jr.
  • 511 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): A Satisfied English Reader • essay by C. R. Forster
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): A Few Remarks • essay by C. L. Leighton
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Richard H. Jamison
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Ian C. Knox
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Rober Oberon
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by D. Rouse
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Charles Waldman
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Bruce Bryan
  • 512 •  Letter (Weird Tales, October 1937): Concise Comments • essay by Fred John Walsen
Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : October 1937
Replica by:  
Format : Pulp
Pages : 132
Cover : Margaret Brundage
Illustrations : Se above

Notes

Volume 30, Number 4.
Pages run from 385 to 512 excluding covers.
The interior art credits for “Dr. Trowbridge” and “Dr. De Grandin” per an article in The Weird Tales Collector, #6.
Interior art credit for “The Eyrie” per Jaffery & Cook The Collector’s Index to Weird Tales.
“The Long Arm” translated from the German by Roy Temple House.

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Contains the poem ‘Which Will Scarcely Be Understood’ by Howard.

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