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Review of World Fantasy Award nominee "Do You Like to Look at Monsters?" by Scott Nicolay

Note: this is the last review of the 2015 World Fantasy Award nominees in the short story category. The other nominees are covered in earlier posts. 488 more words

Short Story

Генри Уайтхед "Черный ужас" (1931)

Henry Whitehead Black Terror

Рассказ впервые был опубликован в октябрьском номере журнала Weird Tales за 1931. Затем включался в сборники West India Lights (1946) и Voodoo Tales: The Ghost Stories of Henry S. 69 more words


Philippe and the Silver Flute

“Oh, how you’ve been tricked, my boy. Oh, what damage you’ve caused, my poor, poor boy. You think your story’s over, but it’s hardly even started. 393 more words


Френсис Стивенс "Цитадель страха" Глава 7

Глава 7 “Плащ Шолотля”
(Шолотль – Xolotl – у ацтеков и тольтеков бог грозы и смерти, темный брат-близнец Кетцалькоатля. Хотя здесь – в этой главе – это имя персонажа – примечание переводчика) 25 more words


The Impossible City

So long as he sleeps, he feels safe. He dreams of nothing. Nothing, at least, that he can recall afterwards. When eventually he wakes, it will be with a wrench so painful, to a world so loud and bright that he will gasp at the shock of it. 300 more words


Scans of "Weird Tales" issues containing Lovecraft's stories

This comes straight from SFFaudio… they did great work on this. You can view their entire list of Weird Tales scans here, but I’ve singled out links to the issues containing Lovecraft’s stories. 133 more words


The Shorecliff Horror

Lovecraft was never really my cat in the first place, not really.  So individual and unusual a creature was he, in fact, that it was hard to imagine him ever having belonged to anyone. 243 more words