Weirdbook Magazine is Back

Weirdbook issue 31Weirdbook returns after a 18-year hiatus under the editorship of Douglas Draa, former online editor of Weirdtales. The newly relaunched magazine presents great fantasy and horror tales by current and upcoming masters of the genre.

John Betancourt of Wildside Press and Douglas Draa, under Paul Ganley’s stewardship, have revived the legendary magazine. Their intention is to offer the finest in weird, horror, fantasy, dark fantasy, sword sorcery, and even science fiction.

The debut issue, #31, is now available online on Amazon or at Check out the staff and contents list below, and keep an evil eye out for upcoming issues on their blog and Facebook page.


Publisher and Executive Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Consulting Editor: W. Paul Ganley
Editor: Doug Draa
Production Manager: Steve Coupe

Partial contents:

Chivaine, by John R. Fultz
Give Me the Daggers, by Adrian Cole
The Music of Bleak Entrainment, by Gary A. Braunbeck
Into The Mountains with Mother Old Growth, by Christian Riley
The Grimlorn Under the Mountain, by James Aquilone
Dolls, by Paul Dale Anderson
Gut Punch, by Jason A. Wyckoff
Educational Upgrade, by Bret McCormick
Boxes of Dead Children, by Darrell Schweitzer
The Forgotten, by D.C. Lozar
Coffee with Dad’s Ghost, Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Missed It By That Much, by Gregg Chamberlain
A Clockwork Muse, by Erica Ruppert
The Rookery, by Kurt Newton
Wolf of Hunger, Wolf of Shame, by J. T. Glover
Zucchini Season, by Janet Harriett
The Jewels That Were Their Eyes, by Llanwyre Laish


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