The Editor's Page (editorial) - Robert A.W. Lowndes
This is the best of RAWL, being comments and advice to new writers.
The Red Witch - Nictzin Dyalhis
How the scientist Randall Crone became conscious of his ancient life in
an ice-age tribe as an impetuous young warrior, Ron Kron, and how that
ancient drama intruded upon his modern existence when the evil Athak
came forward in time to assault his ancient enemy.
The Last Letter From Norman Underwood - Larry Eugene Meredith
Suspicions of a werewolf in the neighborhood can lead to the carrying of
a special gun with its special bullet.
The Jewels of Vishnu - Harriet Bennett
The treasure of the powerful one has the protection of man's fears, the
blue lotus, and unknown phantom pursuers of those who are tempted to
plunder booty that does not belong to them.
The Man From Cincinnati - Holloway Horn
We all know the man before he has concluded his business with the
eleventh baronet of Balcombes.
Ground Afire - Anna Hunger
The seductress in the style of a black widow despatches her lovers only
The Wind in the Rose-Bush - Mary Wilkins-Freeman
Why can a bush shake as if in a breeze when there is no wind? What is
the shadow that passes the window when there is no one there?
The Last of Placide's Wife - Kirk Mashburn
There is a suspicion of a woman who comes out of her grave to prey upon
the living after sundown.
The Years Are As a Knife (verse) - Robert E. Howard
"I am an ant that spins across the world,
By heedless winds dismembered, flung and hurled."