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The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction

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Dorothy Scarborough

Scholar of the macabre Dorothy Scarborough provides us with the first comprehensive overview of supernatural fiction in literary history, a …

The Face in the Abyss

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Abraham Merritt

Our narrator tells us of the time he met Nicholas Graydon in a small village in the Peruvian uplands of the Andean mountains, feverish and a…

The Canal, and Leonora

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Everil Worrell

Everil Worrell was one of the few female writers of weird fiction in the early days of Weird Tales magazine and 1927 marked a seminal year f…

The House of Dust

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L. A. Borah

The old Lamont House sits still out in the Louisiana swamp, covered in dust and seemingly untouched since that terrible murder that occurred…

Ten Minute Stories

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Algernon Blackwood

Noted author of weird fiction Algernon Blackwood brings us a collection of shorter stories than some of his more well-known tales of terror.…

The Swine-Gods and Other Visions

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Regina Miriam Bloch

Regina Miriam Bloch is a somewhat enigmatic figure in the world of Weird Fiction, having written only two slim volumes (The Swine-Gods and O…

The Unholy Three

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Tod Robbins

Ladies and gentlemen! Step right up and put your eyes on the most bizarre crime spree you will ever bear witness to! See the broad-shouldere…

New Bodies for Old

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Maurice Renard

Maurice Renard's little known but delightfully bizarre tale of mad science run amok owes much to H. G. Wells' The Island of Dr. Moreau while…

Something About Eve: A Comedy of Fig-leaves

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James Branch Cabell

Would-be author of romance Gerald Musgrave, southern gentleman and member of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America…

The Gargoyle

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Greye La Spina

Springing forth from the pages of Weird Tales comes celebrated author Greye La Spina's exciting tale of black magic and the occult! When pai…

Stories of the Rhine

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Émile Erckmann

Émile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian, more widely known by their joint nom de plume Erckmann-Chatrian, were in their time more recog…

The Fantasy Fan Magazine Presents: Writings of Clark Ashton Smith

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Clark Ashton Smith

Collected here are all of Clark Aston Smith's writings he submitted to The Fantasy Fan Magazine. The Fantasy Fan Magazine was a periodical d…

The Smoking Leg and Other Stories

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John Metcalfe

Celebrated science fiction author Brian Stableford has praised John Metcalfe's stories saying they "build up a unique sense of unease&q…

Three Midnight Stories

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Alexander W. Drake

Alexander W. Drake was a well-regarded illustrator and engraver, spending much of his career at the vaunted Scribner's Monthly magazine (whi…

The Vampire Nemesis and Other Weird Tales of the China Coast

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This unjustly forgotten classic collection of grisly horror stories from pseudonymous author Dolly brings us four tantalizing and terrible t…

Studies of Death

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Count Stanislaus Eric Stenbock

Count Stanislaus Eric Stenbock was an eccentric character to say the least. Maintaining a veritable zoo on his estate populated with the lik…

The Dolliver Romance and Other Pieces

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Nathaniel Hawthorne

This post-humous collection of stories, sketches and essays by celebrated quintessential New England author Nathaniel Hawthorne gives us gli…

The Thing in the Woods

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Margery Williams

Dr. Haverill is asked to fill in as local physician for the skittish Dr. Lennox in a small Pennsylvania town. The locals seem to be a supers…

Pillar of Fire

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Ray Bradbury

"We cannot tell you what kind of a story this is. We simply cannot present it as we present other stories. It is too tremendous for…

The Woman of the Wood

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Abraham Merritt

Here is a story utterly different from any you have ever read before—a tale of a forest of trees in actual warfare against their human foes—…

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