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Contents

Weird Tales - (1998-)

2012: Winter - - Fall
2011: - Spring Summer -
2010: - Spring Summer -
2009: - Spring - Fall
2008: Jan-Feb Mar-Apr - Jul-Aug Sep-Oct Nov-Dec
2007: - Feb-Mar Apr-May Jun-Jul - Sep-Oct Nov-Dec
2006: Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-Jun - Aug-Sep Oct-Nov -
2005: - Jul -
2004: Jan-Feb Mar-Apr - - - Dec
2003: Spring - Jul-Aug Sep-Oct -
2002: Spring Summer Fall Winter
2001: Spring Summer Fall Winter
2000: Spring Summer Fall Winter
1999: Spring Summer Fall Winter
1998: - Summer Fall -

Worlds of Fantasy & Horror (1994-1996)

After rights to the Weird Tales name were lost in 1994, the magazine altered its title to Worlds of Fantasy & Horror, retaining the same format and style as the 1988-1994 version of Weird Tales.

1996: - Summer - Winter
1995: Spring - - -
1994: - Summer - -

Weird Tales - (1988-1994)

George H. Scithers used his publishing company (Terminus) to bring back Weird Tales in a format similar to the original publication. Darrell Schweitzer and John Gregory Betancourt were assistant editors for the first 2 years; Schweitzer took full editorship with the Spring 1991 issue. The license to use the Weird Tales name was terminated with the Spring 1994 issue, instigating the change to the new title Worlds of Fantasy & Horror.

1994: Spring - - -
1993: Spring Summer - -
1992: Spring - - Winter
1991: Spring Summer Fall Winter
1990: Spring Summer Fall Winter
1989: - - Fall Winter
1988: Spring Summer Fall Winter


Weird Tales - (1984-1985)

After the failure of the Zebra publications, Robert E. Weinberg and Victor Dricks licensed the Weird Tales name to the Bellerophon Network, a publishing company owned by Brian Forbes. The magazine was poorly funded and distributed, and failed after only 2 issues.

1985: Winter, v49 #2
1984: Fall, v49 #1

Weird Tales - (1980-1983)

Robert Weinberg and Victor Dricks bought the rights to the Weird Tales name when Leo Marguiles died in 1975. The rights were then licensed to Lin Carter, who persuaded Zebra Books to publish anthologies in paperback format with the name. Four such books were produced before the attempt failed.

1983: Weird Tales #4 -
1982: - -
1981: Weird Tales #3 -
1980: Weird Tales #1 Weird Tales #2

Weird Tales - (1973-1974)

After aquiring the rights to the name Weird Tales, Leo Margulies finally launched a new version of the magazine in 1973, with Sam Moskowitz as editor. The magazine reprinted many of the old stories from earlier issues, and interest was never really generated for the new version of the magazine.

1974: - Summer - -
1973: - Summer Fall Winter

Weird Tales - (1923-1954)

Initially a companion magazine to Detective Tales, Weird Tales was the stomping grounds for H. P. Lovecraft, with frequent contributions by Frank Belknap Long, August W. Derleth, E. Hoffmann Price, Donald Wandrei, Robert Bloch, Henry Kuttner, Clark Ashton Smith, and Robert E. Howard.

1954: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - - -
1953: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1952: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1951: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1950: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1949: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1948: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1947: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1946: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1945: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1944: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1943: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1942: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1941: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1940: Jan - Mar - May - Jul - Sep - Nov -
1939: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun/Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1938: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1937: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1936: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug/Sep Oct Nov Dec
1935: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1934: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1933: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1932: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1931: Jan Feb/Mar Apr/May Jun/Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1930: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1929: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1928: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1927: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1926: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1925: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1924: Jan Feb Mar Apr - Jun - - - - Nov Dec
1923: - - Mar Apr May Jun Jul/Aug Sep Oct Nov -
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