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Weird Tales #364 Kindle Edition
But that's not all!
Edited by Jonathan Maberry, this issue features 13 works of horror and dark fantasy by masters of the craft.
“Too Late Now” by Seanan McGuire (Short story)
“Ellende” by Gregory Frost (Short story)
“Lightning Lizzie by Marie Whittaker (Flash Fiction)
The Beguiled Grave” by Marguerite Reed (Short story
“The Last War” by Linda Addison (Poetry)
“To the Marrow” by Rena Mason (Short story)
“Feathers” by Tim Waggoner (Flash Fiction)
“Last Days” by Dacre Stoker and Leverett Butts (Short story)
“Trailer Park Nightmare” by Gabrielle Faust (Flash Fiction)
“No One Survives the Beach” by Weston Ochse (Short story
“Hats” by Joe R. Lansdale (Flash Fiction)
“The Good Wife” by Lee Murray (Short story)
“The Canal” by Alessandro Manzetti (Poetry)
- ASIN : B08R5QG42F
- Publisher : Weird Tales Inc. (December 21, 2020)
- Publication date : December 21, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3451 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 139 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #386,232 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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**edited to say that I liked it enough to buy the kindle version after the fact**
If you're here after reading issue 363, the first issue of this new incarnation of Weird Tales, you might have read my critical review of it. It was a rough first issue and should have "cooked a little longer" in terms of getting quality content and formatting in the ebook editions.
364 is a different entity in comparison. This issue cooked longer. Each story and poem flowed well and complimented one another. You could tell more care was taken in the selection of works included.
I honestly enjoyed everything that was included in this issue, something I was afraid wouldn't happen due to my experience with 363. If they keep to more selective and varied stories and poems I could see myself investing in physical copies, which is something I'd really enjoy doing as I have physical copies of many issues of this magazine in their previous lives.