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Publisher:Wildside Press LLC

Category:Fiction

Language:English

Frequency:Quarterly

Magazine Description: Weirdbook—originally started in the 1960s by W. Paul Ganley—became one of the most celebrated small press magazines devoted to fantasy, horror, and macabre fiction. Contributors included Stephen King, Brian Lumley, H. Warner Munn, Joseph Payne Brennan, and many more...a virtual "Who's Who" of the fantastic. Now Weirdbook has returned under the editorship of Douglas Draa with its first new issue in nearly 20 years, with a stellar lineup of contributions from authors new and old. Here are: Chivaine, by John R. Fultz Give Me the Daggers, by Adrian Cole The Music of Bleak Entrainment, by Gary A. Braunbeck Into The Mountains with Mother Old Growth, by Christian Riley The Grimlorn Under the Mountain, by James Aquilone Dolls, by Paul Dale Anderson Gut Punch, by Jason A. Wyckoff Educational Upgrade, by Bret McCormick Boxes of Dead Children, by Darrell Schweitzer The Forgotten, by D.C. Lozar Coffee with Dad’s Ghost, Jessica Amanda Salmonson Missed It By That Much, by Gregg Chamberlain A Clockwork Muse, by Erica Ruppert The Rookery, by Kurt Newton Wolf of Hunger, Wolf of Shame, by J. T. Glover Zucchini Season, by Janet Harriett The Jewels That Were Their Eyes, by Llanwyre Laish The Twins, by Kevin Strange Princess or Warrior?, by S.W. Lauden

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