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Weird Tales: Issue 365

By: Heather Graham, Alma Katsu, Maurice Broaddus, Fran Wilde, Priya Sharma, Anne Walsh, Yvonne Navarro, Jake Bible, Gabrielle Faust, Christina Sng
Narrated by: Pat Grimes, Sue Dessner, Qarie Marshall, Katelyn Levering, Angie Kane, Nick Mondelli, Sara Young, Caitlin Cavannaugh, Jaime Lincoln Smith
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Publisher's Summary

Featuring all-new tales of dark fantasy, cosmic horror, supernatural revenge, and the sorcery of terror from masters of the craft, this issue includes the following stories and poems:

  • “Her Happy Place” by Alma Katsu
  • “The Thing in Jesse’s House” by Heather Graham
  • “The Dreams in the Cipher House” by Maurice Broaddus
  • “Shadow Plane” by Fran Wilde
  • “Tales from Alexandria” by Priya Sharma
  • “The Secret Priest” by Anne Walsh (poetry)
  • “Apocalypse Lights” by Yvonne Navarro
  • “Devoured by the Soiled and Peeling Wallpaper” by Jake Bible
  • “The Beast of Bray Road” by Gabrielle Faust
  • “A Beautiful Darkness” by Christina Sng (poetry)
©2022 Heather Graham and Alma Katsu (P)2022 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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