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Weirdbook #36

weirdbook36Contents
From the Editor’s Tower by Doug Draa
“Burn on the Bayou” by L.F. Falconer
“The Horde” by Chad Hensley (verse)
“The Mumbler” by Gillian French
“Beneath the Roads” by John Joe Lopez (verse)
“Cleric at Sentinel Hill” by Franklyn Searight
“Let Them Have Dominion” by Oliver Smith (verse)
“Whores and Criminals” by Dean MacAllister
“The Quiet on the Water” by C.C. Adams
“The Haggard Brothers Go to Town” by James Pratt
“Krysten” by Clay F. Johnson (verse)
The Awakening” by Megan Neumann
“The Chimera” by Chad Hensley (verse)
“Dead Line” by D.C. Lozar
“Stranded in Louisiana” by Chad Hensley (verse)
“The Waterman’s Song” by M.B. Vigil
“Maleficium” by Kelly Gould
“The Green Dome” by Joe DiCicco
“Cryptid Shindig” by Richard Stevenson (verse)
“We Who Walk on Worlds” by Matt Sullivan
“Insect Song” by William Tea
“The Harvest Moon Festival” by Gigi Eng
“Guardians of the Seven Gates” by Chad Hensley (verse)
“Like Falling Snow” by W.D. Clifton
“The Oldest Story” by S.L. Edwards
“Geronimo Versus Frankenstein” by Neal Privett
“The Black-and-White Dozen” by Chris Kuriata
“Omzetten” by C.M. Muller
“Vandegald’s Globes” by Jeremy Hayes
“Great Old Ones” by Darrell Schweitzer (verse)

Weirdbook Vol. 2 #6, whole #36 published August 2017
Publisher/Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Editor: Doug Draa
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Production Team: Steve Coupe, Ben Geyer, Helen McGee, Karl Würf
Cover: H. White/Fotolia
Interior & Back Cover Art: Allen Koszowski
204 pages, 6” x 9”
$12.00 in Print, $3.03 in Kindle from Amazon.com
$3.99 from Magzter
Wildside Press website

Weirdbook #35

Weirdbook-35_500The second issue of Weirdbook’s new quarterly schedule has arrived. Editor Doug Draa received over 350 submissions, so you can bet those that made the cut are gems of bizarre, horrid, adventurous, fantastical weirdness.

Contents
From the Editor’s Tower by Doug Draa
“The Pullulations of the Tribe” by Adrian Cole
“A Queen of Carpathia” by K.A. Opperman (verse)
“The Dead of Night” by Christian Riley
“Mother of My Children” by Bruce L. Priddy
“Queen of the Bats” by K.A. Opperman (verse)
“The Man Who Murders Happiness” by John R. Fultz
“A Handful of Dust” by Tom English
“Taken from the Tcho Tcho People’s Holy Codex” by Frederick J. Mayer (verse)
“Revolution à l’Orange” by Paul Lubaczewski
“Fiends of the Southern Plains” by Patrick Tumblety
“The Pyrrhic Crusade” by Stanley B. Webb
“The Migration of Memories” by Charles Wilkinson
“When Wolfsbane Blooms” by K.A. Opperman (verse)
“Maquettes” by Paul St John Mackintosh
“In the Shadows” by J.S. Watts
“The Dinner Fly” by James Matthew Byers (verse)
“The Spot,” by C.R. Langille
“Schism in the Sky” by Donald McCarthy
“To Roam the Universe” Forgotten and Free” by Janet Harriett
“Rejuvenate” by Lily Luchesi
“Vigil Night” by Lorenzo Crescentini
“Strange Jests” by Jessica Amanda Salmonson (verse)
“Dead Clowns for Christmas” by L.J. Dopp
“The Tale and the Teller” by Darrell Schweitzer

Weirdbook Vol. 2 #5, whole #35 published May 2017
Publisher/Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Editor: Doug Draa
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Production Team: Steve Coupe, Ben Geyer, Helen McGee, Karl Würf
Cover: Grandfailure/Fotolia
194 pages, 6” x 9”
$12.00 in Print, $3.99 in Kindle from Amazon.com
$3.99 from Magzter
Wildside Press website

Weirdbook #34 is reviewed in The Digest Enthusiast book six

Weirdbook #34

With this issue of Weirdbook, editor Doug Draa announces the book-size magazine is now a quarterly. He also reveals the beginning of a special themed annual, which for 2017 will be “Witches.”

Contents
From the Editor’s Tower
“The Demon in the Doughnut Shop” by Bret McCormick
“Masks of Babylon” by Steve Dilks (verse)
“A Kiss for the Mirrorman” by Adrian Cole
“Which Remained Untold” by Darrell Schweitzer (verse)
“Mukden by Sean” Patrick Hazlett
“In the Gallery” by J. Michael Major
“Excavation” by Franklyn Searight
“Bunnies of the Apocalypse” by Gregg Chamberlain
“Sephora” by Ashley Dioses (verse)
“Zhar’s Outré House” by Frederick J. Mayer
“The Devil is Anonymous” by Frank Duffy
“Touched” by James D. Mabe
“The Singing Tree” by Lawrence Buentello
“Blood of God” by DJ Tyrer
“Bum Fights and Blood Feuds” by Scott Harper
“Beauty Treatment” by Liam Hogan
“Narda the Czarina” by Ashley Dioses (verse)
“My Personal Dream” by James Ward Kirk
“Mischa in the Window” by Jason Rubis
“The Wrong Daughter” by Lucy A. Snyder (verse)
“Thrill My Soul” by Greg Jenkins
“Trick” by Rish Outfield
“In Silence My Requiem” by Steve Dilks (verse)

Weirdbook Vol. 2 #4, whole #34 published February 2017
Publisher/Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Editor: Doug Draa
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Production Manager: Steve Coupe
Cover: Tonis Pan
182 pages, 6” x 9”
$12.00 in Print, $3.03 in Kindle from Amazon.com
$3.99 from Magzter
Wildside Press website

Weirdbook #33

Weirdbook #33, October 2016

Weirdbook #33, October 2016

The third issue of the revived Weirdbook is out with nine novelette- and novella-length stories. Here’s the full contents:

A Note from the Editor by Doug Draa
“The River Flows to Nowhere” by John R. Fultz
“The Amnesiac’s Lament” by Scott R. Jones
“Trance Junkie” by Bruno Lombardi
“Bad Faith” by Will Blinn
“Dwelling of the Wolf” by Franklyn Searight
“The Ruby Palace” by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
“The Screams at the Keyhole” by Garrett Cook
“Diary of an Illness” by C.M. Muller
“Teatime With Mrs. Monster” by James Aquilone
“Train to Nowhere” by Adrian Cole

Poetry Section
“A Cure for Unrequited Love” by Donald W. Shank
“The Owl” by S. L. Edwards
“Bathory in Red” and “Blood Siren’s Alcove” by Ashley Dioses
“Woodland Funeral,” “The Lady in Scarlet” and “The Ghost Carriage” by K.A. Opperman
“Hymn to Shub-Niggurath” by Darrell Schweitzer
“Noctuary of Sfatlicllp,” “Sfatlicllp’s Ghoul” and “Nile Lamia Recalls” by Frederick J. Mayer

Interior illustrations are uncredited.

Weirdbook #33 published October 27, 2016
Publisher/Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Editor: Doug Draa
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Production Manager: Steve Coupe
Cover: Elena Schweitzer
180 pages, 6” x 9”
$12.00 in Print from Amazon.com
Wildside Press website

Weirdbook #32

Weirdbook #32

Weirdbook #32

Second issue of the relaunch.

Fiction
“Childhood’s Dread” by Taye Carrol
“The Other Neighbors” by Daniel Davis
“Rare Air” by Mark Slade
“The Children” by J.E. Álamo
“The Radiant Boy” by Kevin Wetmore
“The Whisperer in the Woods” by Peter Schranz
“Sweet Oblivion” by Andrew Darlington
“An Unsolicited Lucidity” by Lee Clark Zumpe
“Black Carnival” by Bobby Cranestone
“The Howard Family Tradition” by P. R. O’Leary
“Hell in a Boxcar” by Scott A. Cupp
“Jorōgumo” by Kelda Crich
“Clay Baby” by Jack Lee Taylor
“The Corpse and the Rat: A Story of Friendship” by Joshua L. Hood
“Getting Thin” by DJ Tyrer
“Maybe Next Door” by Richard LaPore
“Containment Protocol” by Leeman Kessler
“Under a Rock” by Lori R. Lopez
“The Children Must Be Hungry” by L.F. Falconer
“The Road to Hell” by Kevin L. O’Brien
“Maggot Coffee” by Roy C. Booth and Axel Kohagen
“Baby Mine” by Marilyn “Mattie” Brahen
“In Blackwalk Wood” by Adrian Cole
“My Longing to See Tamar” by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
“Gust of Wind Made by Swinging a Blade” by Molly N. Moss

Poetry
“Necromancer’s Lair” by Chad Hensley
“The Helm” by Chad Hensley
“Ex Arca Sepulcrali” by Wade German
“The Laughter of Ghouls” by K.A. Opperman
“Ode to Ashtoreth” by K.A. Opperman
“The Necro-Conjuring Sorceress” by Ashley Dioses
“What Dark Gods Are Friends to Me?” by Chad Hensley
“Scarlet Succubus Shrine” by Frederick J. Mayer
“Penelope” Sleepless” by Darrell Schweitzer

Publisher and Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Editor: Doug Draa
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Production Manager: Steve Coupe
6” x 9” 174 pages
$12.00 Print
$3.99 Kindle
Wildside Press