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Darrell Schweitzer
Darrell Schweitzer is an American writer, editor, and essayist in the field of speculative fiction. Much of his focus has been on dark fantasy and horror, although he does also work in science fiction and fantasy. Schweitzer is also a prolific writer of literary criticism and editor of... show more
Darrell Schweitzer is an American writer, editor, and essayist in the field of speculative fiction. Much of his focus has been on dark fantasy and horror, although he does also work in science fiction and fantasy.

Schweitzer is also a prolific writer of literary criticism and editor of collections of essays on various writers within his preferred genres.
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Birth date: 1952-08-27
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lindbergseth
lindbergseth rated it 2 years ago
“What does it all mean?” – narrator of House on the Borderland by William Hope Hodgson I bought Wildside Press's The William Hope Hodgson Megapack: 35 Classic Works primarily to read one of his most well cited works: The House on the Borderland. In the US, the Kindle version is only $0.99, and conve...
lindbergseth
lindbergseth rated it 2 years ago
Weirdbook is one of a few Weird Fiction magazines that persist. Weirdtales is likely the most famous, which emerged in the Pulp Era of the early Twentieth Century and comprised horror, dark fantasy, and Sword & Sorcery; Weirdtales exchanged hands over the decades and was carried/edited in the late 1...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 3 years ago
Anthology. I only read stories 1 through 6 so my rating is based only on those stories. 2.58 out of 5 stars. 1. The Truth About Werewolves by Lisa Tuttle. This story was very confusing. A woman is obsessed with werewolves, starts a support group to meet one, meets one who "changes" maybe, and then h...
lindbergseth
lindbergseth rated it 4 years ago
Weirdbook Magazine aims to deliver a menu of genres: “fantasy, dark fantasy, sword and sorcery, ghost, horror, heroic fantasy, science fantasy or just plain odd” (quote from their submission requests online). This is fitting because “Weird Fiction” grew out of the pulp magazine era (~1920’s) when th...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 4 years ago
I got this *just* for the Kitty story and I'm getting caught up on books I have before the last book comes out. I skimmed some of the other stories, but none caught my attention."Kitty Learns the Ropes"- very typical Kitty. I liked it, but it didn't really add anything to the series. It's one that c...
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