The definitive 10-volume set of Robert E. Howard's weird fiction and poetry (with all texts meticulously restored to the original versions as published in Weird Tales and other magazines) kicks off with Shadow Kingdoms.
This volume begins with "Spear and Fang," Howard's first professional fiction sale, and concludes with "Red Thunder," a poem. Included are:
Two-Gun... [click here for more]
Axes, swords, knives, cursed, blessed or from the Otherlands, this anthology is all about things that cut, slice, dice or amputate. From a buried blade housing one of the protagonists of an ancient battle, to axes wielded by a barbarian at the crossroads of destiny, all the short stories and poems contained in this anthology have one common theme—they are some kind of blades. ... [click here for more]
Emil Petaja (1915 - 2000) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer whose career spanned seven decades. He was the author of 13 published novels, nearly 150 short stories, numerous poems, and a handful of books and articles on various subjects.
Though he wrote science fiction, fantasy, horror stories, detective fiction, and poetry, Petaja considered his work part of an older tradition of... [click here for more]
When Macbeth is convinced by his wife to go along on an assassination plot so that he can take the throne, three witches warn him of the tragedy that is to come. Disregarding the warnings, Macbeth ascends to the throne unprepared for the backlash that is to follow as former friends and allies seek to put a proper king on the Scottish throne. ... [click here for more]