Weird Tales Magazine No. 369

Weird Tales Magazine - Book 369

Weird Tales Magazine No. 369

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Welcome to a very special issue of Weird Tales.

This issue celebrates the Bram Stoker Awards, the “Oscars” of the horror trade. They are presented every year by the Horror Writers Association (, a group founded in 1985 (and incorporated in 1987) by a collective of masters of that genre, including Joe R. Lansdale, Karen Lansdale, Robert McCammon, and Dean Koontz. This issue is packed with short stories, flash fiction, poems, and an essay—all written by past winners of the Bram Stoker Award. Whether you are familiar with horror at its finest or are a longstanding fan, you’ll find much to love here. Familiar and unfamiliar faces, inventive storytelling approaches, and a whole lot of creepy fun.

“The Eyrie” by Jonathan Maberry
“Cannibal Dwight’s Last Chance” by Nancy Holder
“REM Sleep” a poem by Bruce Boston
“Under the Fang, Then and Now” by Maxwell I. Gold
“It Was the Night of the Demon” by Gabino Iglesias
“The Want” by Yvonne Navarro
“Brought Back” by Ramsey Campbell
“The Time Less Gambit” by Linda D. Addison
“The Real Trends Jen” by Lee Murray
“Cul-de-Sac” by Del Howison
“When the Masks Come Off” by Tim Waggoner
“The Gathering Time” a poem by Marge Simon
“On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert with Dead Folks” by Joe R. Lansdale
“Places My Father Left” by Mercedes M. Yardley
“The Telephone Game” by Eric J. Guignard
“Imaginary Beings” a poem by Cynthia Pelayo