Pulp Classics : Strange Tales #4 (March 1932)

Description

STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR . . . When Strange Tales first appeared in 1931 as a pulp magazine, it was clearly something new. Edited by Harry Bates as a companion to Astounding Stories, it combined the supernatural horror and fantasy of Weird Tales with vigorous action plots. Had the Great Depression not intervened and killed it after seven issues, the whole history of fantastic fiction might have been different. Strange Tales rapidly attracted the most imaginative and capable writers of the day, including such Weird Tales regulars as Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Henry S. Whitehead, Hugh B. Cave, Ray Cummings, and numerous others. Certainly Strange Tales gave Weird Tales a serious run for its money. The March 1932 issue features work by Paul Ernst, Henry S. Whitehead, Gordon MacCreagh, and more. The fine cover by H.W. Wesso illustrates "The Duel of the Sorcerers," by Paul Ernst.

Details

Author(s)
John Gregory Betancourt, Paul Ernst
Format
Paperback | 148 pages
Dimensions
178 x 254 x 8mm | 268g
Publication date
10 Nov 2005
Publisher
Wildside Press
Publication City/Country
Holicog, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white
ISBN10
1557424578
ISBN13
9781557424570
Bestsellers rank
2,740,461