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Eerie Tales Volume 3

Author : Shan Kissdani
ISBN : 1974041808
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Hardly a day passes by do we not hear or watch a video of strange things happening around the world. ErrieTales is one place where people from all walks of life submit their strange experiences. Some are shocking, some are intriguing, some are downright bewildering. Whatever the case, the stories are worth a read.

Hellboy Weird Tales 2

Author : Eric Powell
ISBN : PKEY:20625
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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John Cassaday continues his classic Lobster Johnson serial, while Mark Ricketts (_Nowheresville_) and Eric Wight (_Buffy the Vampire Slayer_) reduce special agent Kate Corrigan to tears and temper tantrums at the hands of her dead mother. Finally, Randy Stradley and Seung Kim, artist from the _Jackie Chan_ animated show, place Hellboy himself in a demonic hot spring. This eclectic mix of stories about the world's greatest paranormal detective and his friends and foes continues, driven by some of the most interesting mainstream and up-and-coming artists in comics.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

I Scream You Scream Scary Tales 2

Author : James Preller
ISBN : 9781447246961
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Enter the world of Samantha Carver, an ordinary kid who loves amusement parks, the smell of popcorn and the joyful terror of a heart-pounding ride. Sam’s got a ticket in her pocket for a very special ride. Soon Sam, along with a boy named Andy, will be screaming for their lives. Scary Tales are books packed with spine-tingling illustrations and stories that will chill your blood. Come on in . . . if you dare
Category: Juvenile Fiction

True Weird Tales 2 The Killer Demons And Other Stories

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ISBN : 1609913965
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Stories that make you cringe, make you gasp, make you shiver! From ghost stories based in truth to legends that leave you looking over your shoulder, True-Weird Tales captures the creepy, bringing these stranger-than-fiction stories to life!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Fantasy Tales 2

Author : Stephen Jones
ISBN : 9781472113696
Genre : Fiction
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In this demonical issue - a story of unspeakable horror by William F. Nolan, co-creator of Logan's Run sword versus sorcery in Ken Bulmer's Ice and Fire bestselling writer Brian Lumley's The Man Who Felt Pain ...and news and views from the world of fantasy
Category: Fiction

The Unique Legacy Of Weird Tales

Author : Justin Everett
ISBN : 9781442256224
Genre : Literary Criticism
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When the pulp magazine Weird Tales appeared on newsstands in 1923, it proved to be a pivotal moment in the evolution of speculative fiction. Living up to its nickname, “The Unique Magazine,” Weird Tales provided the first real venue for authors writing in the nascent genres of fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Weird fiction pioneers such as H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch, Catherine L. Moore, and many others honed their craft in the pages of Weird Tales in the 1920s and 1930s, and their work had a tremendous influence on later generations of genre authors. In The Unique Legacy of Weird Tales: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy and Horror, Justin Everett and Jeffrey Shanks have assembled an impressive collection of essays that explore many of the themes critical to understanding the importance of the magazine. This multi-disciplinary collection from a wide array of scholars looks at how Weird Tales served as a locus of genre formation and literary discourse community. There are also chapters devoted to individual authors—including Lovecraft, Howard, and Bloch—and their particular contributions to the magazine. As the literary world was undergoing a revolution and mass-produced media began to dwarf high-brow literature in social significance, Weird Tales managed to straddle both worlds. This collection of essays explores the important role the magazine played in expanding the literary landscape at a very particular time and place in American culture. The Unique Legacy of Weird Tales will appeal to scholars and aficionados of fantasy, horror, and weird fiction and those interested in the early roots of these popular genres.
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Do Overs And Detours

Author : Steve Vernon
Genre : Fiction
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Detours are amazing creatures. A detour can shortcut your existence or it can lead you down a forever long road that will linger far into the distant reaches of eternity. It is these unexpected tangents that people stumble across nearly every day that will haunt you in a frighteningly familiar fashion. Wander into a laundromat and find a kind of a time machine. Indulge yourself in a particularly nasty game of baseball. Hitch a ride on a freight train with the piggyback man or entomb yourself in a trailer walled with books or take a ride on a bus that is going nowhere fast or just lean over an empty ocean and wait for the very first mermaid you see. Detour around an overturned trailer of chickens and find a chance to do it all over again. Take a taxi ride with a very hungry passenger or just walk in the park and watch a juggler balancing severed heads. Reality will take you only so far and after that there is nothing to rely on but faith and fear. I offer you eighteen eerie tales of fantasy, horror, science fiction and all around strangeness that will take you to the edge of the map and then nudge you just a little bit further. "If Harlan Ellison, Richard Matheson and Robert Bloch had a three-way sex romp in a hot tub, and then a team of scientists came in and filtered out the water and mixed the leftover DNA into a test tube, the resulting genetic experiment would most likely grow up into Steve Vernon." – Bookgasm
Category: Fiction

Hellboy Weird Tales

Author : Mike Mignola
ISBN : 9781630081218
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Some of the best writers and artists in comics team up to present stories of Hellboy with giant bats, demon children, jet packs, haunted circuses, and rusted-out spaceships. Old-fashioned pulp fun featuring one of the greatest heroes of modern comics.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Horror Stories 2 The Fear Is Back

Author : Jaydeep Shah
Genre : Fiction
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The second book of Horror Stories series features thirty scary tales as same as the first book, Horror Stories: The Revenge. This short story collection is more fearful than the previous short story collection. Some are disturbing. Some are terrifying. Horror Stories 2: The Fear is Back appeals to adult readers with an interest in horror fiction.
Category: Fiction

Phantom Rickshaw Other Eerie Tales

Author : Rudyard Kipling
ISBN : 9780755117314
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The Phantom Rickshaw & Other Eerie Tales brings together four of Kipling's most-loved short stories. Each deals with events that can't quite be explained away, whether a traditional ghost story, a terrifyingly realistic nightmare or an sumptuous and lavish romance. Powerful, exotic and extravagant, these tales are rated, by some, to be the best stories Kipling ever wrote, with 'The Man Who Would Be King' being hailed as the finest story in the English language.

Undead In The West Ii

Author : Cynthia J. Miller
ISBN : 9780810892651
Genre : Performing Arts
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This companion to Undead in the West (Scarecrow 2012) explores the blending of the Western genre with zombies, vampires, mummies, ghosts, and spirits in comics, graphic novels, literature, games, new media, fandom and material culture.
Category: Performing Arts

Weird Tales 325

Author : Darrell Schweitzer
ISBN : 9781434437822
Genre : Fiction
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Weird Tales #325 (Fall 2001) features "From Out of the Crocodile's Mouth," by Darrell Schweitzer; "The Gravedigger's Apprentice," by Alvin Helms; "Our Temporary Supervisor," by Thomas Ligotti; "Where All Things Perish," by Tanith Lee; "The Wizard of Ashes and Rain," by David Sandner, and more.
Category: Fiction

The Golden Age Of Weird Fiction Megapack Tm Vol 2 George T Wetzel

Author : George T. Wetzel
ISBN : 9781479405015
Genre : Fiction
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George T. Wetzel (1921-1983) was, for decades, the leading researcher into the life and works of H.P. Lovecraft. His scholarly essays (which Wildside Press is working on collecting) appeared in numerous books and magazines from the 1940s through the 1970s. All the time he dabbled in writing weird fiction on his own, but never pursued it beyond the occasional contribution to a small press anthology or fan-produced magazine. Like his idol, H.P. Lovecraft, he dabbled in the art. We are pleased to include a fine selection of virtually all of his fiction, including: A TALE OF THE ELDER GODS ANONYMOUS THE GOTHIC HORROR CAER SIDHI THE ENTITY EATER OF THE DEAD NIGHTMARE HOUSE WHAT THE MOON BRINGS NIGHT ON FORT CARROLL POISON PEN THE ADVENTURE OF GOSNELL JUMBEE SEEING THINGS AT NIGHT THE PIRATE OF SHELL CASTLE If you enjoy this book, search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the more than 180 other entries in the series, covering science fiction, modern authors, mysteries, westerns, classics, adventure stories, and much, much more!
Category: Fiction

Science Fiction Fantasy And Weird Fiction Magazines

Author : Marshall B. Tymn
ISBN : UOM:39015010537762
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This will be the basic tool for researchers studying the 100-year history of science fiction, fantasy, and weird fiction magazines." Reference Books Bulletin
Category: Literary Criticism

2 Kings

Author : Robert L. Cohn
ISBN : 0814650546
Genre : Bibles
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Opening with the prophet Elijah?s ascent into heaven and closing with the people of Judah?s descent to Babylonia, 2 Kings charts the story of the two Israelite kingdoms until their destruction. This commentary unfolds the literary dimensions of 2 Kings, analyzes the strategies through which its words create a world of meaning, and examines the book?s tales of prophets, political intrigue, royal apostasy, and religious reform as components of larger patterns. 2 Kings pays attention to the writers? methods of representing human character and of twisting chronological time for literary purposes. It also shows how the contests between kings and prophets are mirrored in the competing structures of regnal synchronization and prophecy-fulfillment. Much more than a common chronicle of royal achievements and disasters, 2 Kings emerges as a powerful history that creates memories and forges identities for its Jewish readers. 2 Kings is divided into four parts including Part One ?The Story of Elisha: 2 Kings 1:1-8:6?; Part Two ?Revolutions in Aram, Israel, and Judah: 2 Kings 8:7-13:25?; Part Three ?Turmoil and Tragedy for Israel: 2 Kings 14-17?; and Part Four ?Renewal and Catastrophe for Judah: 2 Kings 18-25.??It introduces its readers into the literary richness of a text that too often has been reduced to merely a historical source.? Journal of Hebrew Scriptures?Robert Cohn is one of the most perceptive literary interpreters of biblical narrative at work today. He combines an unrivaled sense of literary artistry with a profound empathy for the religious dimension of the text. Professor Cohn?s commentary on 2 Kings is a delight to read and a source of instruction and spiritual enrichment for anyone lucky enough to dip into it. I commend it with enthusiasm. There is nothing else like it.? Jon D. Levenson Albert A. List Professor of Jewish Studies Harvard University?Robert Cohn has written a refreshingly different commentary on 2 Kings.... Graced by a clear, accessible style, Cohn?s 2 Kings is an exemplary demonstration of what close interpretation of a text is all about.? Peter Machinist Hancock Professor of Hebrew and Other Oriental Languages Harvard University?Cohn?s probing eyes surface narrative worlds, each focused yet open to unexpected horizons.? Wolfgang Roth Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary?In 2 Kings, Robert Cohn, the Philip and Muriel Berman professor of Jewish Studies at Lafayette College, offers an admirably clear, jargon-free commentary on what he calls ?the literary dimension of history writing.? . . . He well serves general readers and professionals engaged with the Bible who will be able to make their own contemporary applications.? Hebrew Studies
Category: Bibles

Weird Tales 337 Book Paper Edition

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ISBN : 9781592242269
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The contributors of this work include: William F. Nolan (part 1 of Ripper ), Jack Williamson (Ghost Town), Darrell Schweitzer (The Most Beautiful Dead Woman in the World), Clark Ashton Smith (The Face by the River), Jack Ketchum (Returns), Fred Chappell (The Invading Spirit), and E. Hoffmann Price (classic reprint - Satan's Daughter).

Weird Tales Of Modernity

Author : Jason Ray Carney
ISBN : 9781476668031
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Serious literary artists such as T.S. Eliot, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf loom large in most accounts of the literary art of the first half of the 20th century. And yet, working in the shadows cast by these modernists were science fiction, horror and fantasy writers like the “Weird Tales Three”: H.P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith and Robert E. Howard. They did not publish in artistically ambitious magazines like Dial, The Smart Set and The Little Review but instead in commercial pulp magazines like Weird Tales. Contrary to the stereotypes about pulp fiction and those who wrote it, these three were serious literary artists who used their fiction to speculate about such philosophical questions as the function of art and the brevity of life.
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Weird Tales

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ISBN : OSU:32435074078585
Genre : Adventure stories
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Category: Adventure stories