Voltaire's classic novel CANDIDE has been adapted many times through many different forms of media, but this 20th-century dramatic version is one of the best.
Voltaire's story endures because the character of Candide is capable of being moved to any time or place, and still be understood--and enjoyed--by a brand new audience. In an irrational world where only diehard optimists like Dr. Pangloss can... [click here for more]
SLAVE AND SLAVER! Condemned to death, the barbarian hero Valzar was thrown into the sea, along with his bond-slave Lynor. The peace of the slavemasters had returned to the lands of the north...or so it seemed. But the slavemasters reckoned not the gods of chance, those frivolous supernatural beings who delight in fouling the plans of men. And more important, they reckoned not the magic of the ancient... [click here for more]
Weird Tales 359 presents interviews with Laird Barron and Richard Kirk, features on books and weird music, and short stories by Stephen Graham Jones, Evan J. Peterson, Tom Underberg, Leena Likitalo, Joel Lane, and Conrad Williams -- plus poetry and the usual features.
Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) versions of the magazine. ... [click here for more]