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Old 14th February 2008, 12:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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A History Of Weird Tales Magazine

Hi there.

I've just received a copy of Robert Weinberg's The Weird Tales Story.

It has several interesting articles by authors of this pulp magazine and a solid history of the magazine itself including the artwork. I've only had a chance for a brief look but it looks good.

As I read this I hope to post some interesting facts about this seminal magazine and the role it played in futher developing Weird literature.

No doubt JD has a copy already.....
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Hi there.

I've just received a copy of Robert Weinberg's The Weird Tales Story.

It has several interesting articles by authors of this pulp magazine and a solid history of the magazine itself including the artwork. I've only had a chance for a brief look but it looks good.

As I read this I hope to post some interesting facts about this seminal magazine and the role it played in futher developing Weird literature.

No doubt JD has a copy already.....
Actually... no. For various reasons, I never got my hands on a copy of the thing, though I intended to. *sigh* I suppose that's next on the list, though, as it really would be helpful at this point....
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Re: A History Of Weird Tales Magazine

Well then I hope I can post some interesting stuff for you guys....
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Well then I hope I can post some interesting stuff for you guys....
I very much look forward to it....
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Well this like several other things I had planned have stalled a little but I hope to start making some contributions from next week on this so stay tuned......
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Hmm,Interesting,keep us informed !
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