Roll the Bones!
In a world ruled by chance, one rash decision could bring down the house, one roll of the dice could bring untold wealth, or the end of everything. The players have gathered around the table, each to tell their story - often dark, always compelling. Within you will find tales of the players and the played, lives governed by games deadly, weird, or downright bizarre.
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Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) is a neglected master of Australian supernatural and mystery fiction.
Best known for his History of Australian Exploration, 1788-1888, he was also a prolific author and journalist, writing for some of the most popular and important literary journals in colonial Australia. His considerable output is now largely forgotten, even among aficionados of weird and mystery fiction.... [click here for more]
In addition to being a brilliant author, Brian Stableford is an accomplished editor and translator. Here he has selected and translated his choice of the 18 best weird tales and contes cruels by French author Armand Blocq (1870-1933), published under his pseudonym Gaston Danville. Check out Brian’s long and informative Introduction for more information. [Published in paperback as The Anatomy... [click here for more]
The 35th issue of WEIRDBOOK presents more stories in the Weird Tales tradition! Here are horror and dark fantasy stories set in this world -- and beyond. Included this time are:
The Pullulations of the Tribe, by Adrian Cole
The Dead of Night, by Christian Riley
Mother of My Children, by Bruce L. Priddy
The Man Who Murders Happiness, by John R. Fultz
A Handful of Dust, by Tom English
Revolution... [click here for more]
Weirdbook #36 presents another great assortment of stories and poems in the Weird Tales tradition: fantasy, horror, sword & sorcery, and the just plain unclassifiable find a home here! Included are:
Burn on the Bayou, by L.F. Falconer
The Mumbler, by Gillian French
Cleric at Sentinel Hill, by Franklyn Searight
Whores and Criminals, by Dean Macallister
The Quiet on the Water, by C. C. Adams
The... [click here for more]