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  • Maurice Broaddus

    WRITING ADVICE: Maurice Broaddus

    Maurice Broaddus is the author of The Knights of Breton Court series of novels and the co-editor of the Dark Faith anthologies. His short fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance and Apex Magazine, among many other publications. Visit him online at mauricebroaddus.com. Recently …

  • Darrelll Schweitzer

    WRITING ADVICE: Darrell Schweitzer

    Darrell Schweitzer is the author of about 300 short stories and the novels The White Isle, The Shattered Goddess and The Mask of the Sorcerer. Along with George Scithers and John Betancourt, he refounded Weird Tales magazine in 1987 and continued to co-edit the magazine …

  • Jon Sprunk

    WRITING ADVICE: Jon Sprunk

    Jon Sprunk is the author of the fantasy novels Shadow’s Son, Shadow’s Lure and Shadow’s Master (Pyr Books). Jon, who lives in central Pennsylvania with his wife and son, is also a mentor at the Seton Hill University Writing Program. For more info about Jon …

  • Carrie Vaughn

    WRITING ADVICE: Carrie Vaughn

    Carrie Vaughn is the author of the Kitty Norville series of novels. Her latest installment, “Kitty Steals the Show,” was published yesterday. Her other novels include “Discord’s Apple,” “After the Golden Age,” “Voices of Dragons” and “Steel.” Here, Carrie shares some writing tips with us. …

  • Cthulhu Minis

    Cthulhu Miniatures on Kickstarter

    If you prefer your elder gods in fun size, you have to check out Impact! Miniatures’ Kickstarter campaign. The company is looking to produce a line of classic creatures from H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos — including the Weird Tales author himself, Cthulhu, Dagon, Azathoth and …

  • Solomon Kane Movie Poster

    Solomon Kane Movie Finally Coming to US

    Solomon Kane is finally getting a US release. The movie, based on Robert E. Howard’s short stories (first published in Weird Tales), hit international theaters back in 2009, but for some reason was never released in the States. It stars James Purefoy as the wandering …

  • Xena: Warrior Princess Inspires Body Armor

    Xena: Warrior Princess Inspires New Body Armor for Women

    Soon we will unleash an army of Xena: Warrior Princesses and the world will bow before us. In a case of life imitating fantasy, the US military is developing Xena-style body armor for female soldiers. According to the Christian Science Monitor, the Army has been …

  • Mermaids Do Not Exist

    Mermaids Do Not Exist, Claims U.S. Government

    It’s official — mermaids are not real. The U.S. government broke the hearts of Ariel fans in a post titled “No Evidence of Aquatic Humanoids Has Ever Been Found” on the the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s website. They announced: The belief in mermaids may …

  • Prada Steampunk2

    The Devil Wears Steampunk?

    Prada gets all steampunky for its fall 2012 menswear line, modeled by Willem Dafoe, Gary Oldman, Jamie Bell and Garrett Hedlund. Check out the rest of Prada’s Menswear Fall 2012 Ad Campaign here. Would you wear these duds? Follow @JamesAquilone on Twitter. Follow @WeirdTales on …

  • H.P. Lovecraft Action Figure

    H.P. Lovecraft Action Figure

    If you’ve always felt your G.I. Joe action figures lacked a touch of cosmic terror, then you’ll love this. Artist Alex CF has created an H.P. Lovecraft doll, er, I mean action figure, complete with a Necronomicon. Also perfect for tea parties with Cthulhu Barbie. …

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