Studies in Weird Fiction 24

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S. T. Joshi, ed.: Studies in Weird Fiction 24, cover art by Robert H. Knox, $5.00
Yet again, Studies in Weird Fiction covers the horror field with in-depth essays on horror writers and their work, as well as reviews of recent books of interest. Featured this issue are the following: “Ambrose Bierce Has the Last Word-Again” by Leon Day; “Spectral Soldiers: Possible Literary Antecedents for ‘The Bowmen'” by Phillip Ellis; “An Epiphany at Owl Creek Bridge: Intimations of Immortalities in Ambrose Bierce’s Fiction” by Carrol L. Fry and Wayne A. Chandler; “Jean Ray and the Belgian School of the Weird” by Hubert Van Calenbergh; “Passing the Torch: H. P. Lovecraft’s Influence on Fritz Leiber” by S. T. Joshi; “Ghosts in the Machines: The Haunted Castle in the Works of Stephen King and Clive Barker” by David A. Oakes; and reviews by Scott David Briggs and Alan D. Gullette.


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