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On Pulp Fiction and Weird Tales,

in: Hoppenstand, Gary, ed. Critical Insights: Pulp Fiction of the 1920s and 1930s. Ipswich, MA: 2013. p. xiii-xvii.

Other Voices,

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 663-684.

Pegasus Unbridled: Clark Ashton Smith and the Ghettoization of the Fantastic

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. 153-172.

Psycho-ology 101: Incipient Madness in the Weird Tales of Robert Bloch

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. 201-210.

Robert Bloch on Weird Tales,

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 265-267. (Reprinted from WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales, ed. by Robert E. Weinberg.)

Seabury Quinn's Jules de Grandin: The Supernatural Sleuth in Weird Tales,

in: Hoppenstand, Gary, ed. Critical Insights: Pulp Fiction of the 1920s and 1930s. Ipswich, MA: 2013. p. 166-178.

Signs indicate Weird Tales dead

Fantasy Times No. 211:1. November (1) 1954.

Some Interesting Statistics

Science Fiction Digest 1(9): 11. May 1933.

Strange Collaborations: Weird Tales's Discourse Community as a Site of Collaborative Writing

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. 51-62.

The Changing Role of Women in Science Fiction: Weird Tales, 1925-1940

in: Easton, Lee/Schroeder, Randy The Influence of Imagination: Essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy as Agents of Social Change. Jefferson, NC: McFarland , 2008. p. 83-91.

The Forgotten Creator of Weird Tales,

in: Pelan, John and Walters, Jerard, eds. Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. Lake Wood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. p. 712-715. (Reprinted from Worlds of Weird, ed. by Leo Margulies. Pyramid, 1965.)

The Golden Days,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 90-93.

The Long View,

in: Weinberg, Robert E. WT50: A Tribute to Weird Tales. Oak Lawn, IL: Weinberg, 1974. p. 32-34, 134.

The Lovecraft Circle and the "Weird Class": "Against the Complacency of an Orthodox Sun-Dweller"

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. 29-50.

The Most Popular Stories in Weird Tales 1924 to 1940.

in: World Fantasy Convention 1983 Program Book. Chicago: World Fantasy Convention, 1983. p. 27-37.

The Weird Tales Panel

Sword and Sorcery No. 4: 4-15. October 2005.

Tribute to Weird Tales

Locus No. 129:7-8. December 15, 1972.

Weird Modernism: Literary Modernism in the First Decade of 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. 15-28.

Weird Tales

Locus No. 156:2. March 15, 1974.

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