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From the Bygone Days of Weird Tales

Fantasy Commentator 1(7): 141-144. Summer 1945. (No. 7)

Gathering Darkness: In Appreciation of the Artists of Weird Tales

in: Brock, Jason V. Disorders of Magnitude: A Survey of Dark Fantasy. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. p. 31-33. (Reprinted from Dark Discoveries, Winter/Spring 2010)

Gothic to Cosmic: Sword-and-Sorcery Fiction in Weird Tales

in: Everett, Justin and Shanks, Jeffrey H., eds. The Unique Legacy of Weird Tales: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy and Horror. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. p. 63-79.

Great Phallic Monoliths: Lovecraft and Sexuality

in: Everett, Justin and Shanks, Jeffrey H., eds. The Unique Legacy of Weird Tales: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy and Horror. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. p. 105-118.

Greye La Spina on Weird Tales,

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 701-702. (Reprinted from The Weird Tales Story, by Robert Weinberg. Fax Collectors Editions, 1977.)

H. R. H.: The Queen of Weird Tales

el 3(1): [4 p.] February 2004. (Online resource: http://efanzines.com)

He That Hath Words,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 88-89.

Index to the Weird Fiction Magazines

Lower Hutt, New Zealand: by the author, 1962-1964, 2 volumes. 55 and 47 p. Revised edition, 1967. Reprinted, New York: Arno Press, 1975, 2 volumes in 1.

Introduction

in: Weinberg, Robert, Dziemianowicz, Stefan R., and Greenberg, Martin H., eds. Rivals of Weird Tales. New York: Bonanza, 1990. pp.xiii-xx.

Introduction: Weird Tales- Discourse Community and Genre Nexus

in: Everett, Justin and Shanks, Jeffrey H., eds. The Unique Legacy of Weird Tales: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy and Horror. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. p. ix-xix.

Kaye to Buy Weird Tales,

Locus 67(2): 10. August 2011.

Leo Margulies buys Short Stories and Weird Tales

Science Fiction Times No. 276:1-2. August (1) 1957.

Letter to Joel Friedman,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 4-6.

Lin Carter interviewed, part 1

Science Fiction Times (Boston) 1(7):1,4-5. March 1980.

Lovecraft and Weird Tales

in: Joshi, S. T. Primal Sources: Essays on H. P. Lovecraft. New York: Hippocampus, 2003. p. 20-28.

Margaret Brundage: An Interview

Online Resource: members.aol.com/weirdtales/brundage.htm [7 p.] (Conducted, August 23, 1973; orginally published in Etchings & Odysseys No. 2)

Margulies will not revive Weird Tales at this time

Science Fiction Times No. 381:1. March (1) 1962.

Memories of Weird Tales

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 399-400. (Reprinted from WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales, ed. by Robert E. Weinberg.)

Mostly in Shadow: The Work of Mary Elizabeth Counselman,

New York Review of Science Fiction 21(8): 1, 4-7. April 2008. (No. 248)

Mr. Weird Tales,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 7-10.

My Skirmish with Weird Tales,

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 334-339. (Reprinted from WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales, ed. by Robert E. Weinberg.)

Ninety Years of Weird Tales

Weird Tales 67(1): 104-106. Summer 2013. (No. 361)

Notes on Weird Tales,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 84-87.

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