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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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Dolly


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 tha…

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—…

The Creatures That Time Forgot

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Ray Bradbury


Mad, impossible world! Sun-blasted by day, cold-wracked by night—and life condensed by radiation into eight days! Sim eyed the Ship—if he on…

Hauntings

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Vernon Lee


"Hence, my four little tales are of no genuine ghosts in the scientific sense; they tell of no hauntings such as could be contributed b…

The Metal Giants

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Edmond Hamilton


Huge metal monsters spread terror throughout the land... the tale of a Frankenstein that turned on its creator! - Summary by Weird Tales Mag…

The Haunted Island

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Edward Harold Visiak


Being the History of an Adventure to an Island in the Remote South Sea. Of a Wizard there. Of his Pirate Gang; His Treasure ; His Combustibl…

Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery

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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu


Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu...was in his own particular vein one of the best story-tellers of the nineteenth century; and the present volume con…

Bullet Proof

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Frank Kane


Johnny Liddell, the fast-moving New York private eye, is hired to investigate a murder which everyone but the client calls a suicide. The cl…

Before Egypt

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Robert Bloch


It was Mallison's strangest assignment. The weird little professor wanted to go to Egypt. That meant a trip back to Earth so far as Mallison…

Incredible Adventures

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Algernon Blackwood


"In the volume titled Incredible Adventures occur some of the finest tales which the author has yet produced, leading the fancy to wild…

Over My Dead Body

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Rex Stout


It all began one day when two beautiful "females" as Archie called them, arrived in Nero Wolfe's. office with a problem Wolfe didn…

Whispering Tunnels

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Stephen Bagby


A novelette of Verdun, the World War and Devil-Worship! - Summary by Weird Tales Magazine

The Cosmic Junkman

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Rog Phillips


After the war, Earth stored away its robot armies or sold them for scrap—because fighting machines were dangerous. But more deadly was— THE …

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