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Weird Tales – April/May 2007 by Stephen H. Segal (Ed.)
Edited by Stephen H. Segal
Cover Artist: Anita Zofia Siuda
Review by Sam Tomaino
Wildside Press  ISBN/ITEM#: 0898-5073
Date: 24 May 2007

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The April/May 2007 issue of Weird Tales is the first in a new look for what they used to call "The Unique Magazine". The cover has a new logo and a very different illustration and we are promised in the editorial something "Revolutionary" and honoring "Weird Tales' classic spirit. It's my experience that when one is promised something that is in the "spirit" of an established work, it usually isn't. For the most part, that holds true here.

From official release/information:

Weird Tales – April/May 2007 – Issue No. 344 – Vol. 62, No. 2.

Table of Contents:
Fiction:

  • Mary Smith by Paul E. Martens
  • Faraji by Will Ludwigsen
  • The Man Who Carved Skulls by Richard Parks
  • Six Scents by Lisa Mantchev
  • Working Out Our Salvation by Trent Hergenrader
  • Directions to Mourning's Deep by Scott William Carter
  • Wake 2041 by Douglas Kolacki
  • The Release by Kurt Newton
  • Spider Comes Home by Gerard Houarner
    Features:
  • Weirdism: A Damned Life by Caitlin R Kiernan
  • Interview: George R.R. Martin by Darrell Schweitzer
    Columns & Departments:
  • The Eyrie
  • Letters, Etc
  • The Library
  • The Cryptic – commentary by Darrell Schweitzer
  • Old Weird, New Weird
    Illustrators:
  • Cover - Anita Zofia Siuda
  • Interior – Julia Koller, Alex McVey, Star St. Germain, Aaron Rutten, Cemil Adakale, Tom Schmucker

    (Source: Wildside Press)

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