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"Return to the Sabbath" (pp. 95–103) by Robert Bloch and "Ships" (p. 104) by Robert E. Howard have been redacted from this scan because they are both still under copyright. Pictorial missing.

A MAGAZINE OF THE BIZARRE AND UNUSUAL

Weird Tales

REGISTERED IN U.S. PATENT OFFICE


Volume 32 CONTENTS FOR JULY, 1938 Number 1
Cover Design Virgil Finlay
Illustrating a scene in "Spawn of Dagon"
The Weird Sisters from Shakespeare's "Macbeth" opposite this page
Pictorial interpretation, drawn by Virgil Finlay
Spawn of Dagon Henry Kuttner 2
A weird story of Elak of Atlantis, and the worship of the fish-god
Fortune's Fools Seabury Quinn 14
A thrill-tale of the Dark Ages, about wolves that were men, and men that were wolves
Dust in the House David H. Keller 36
A shuddery story about the skeletons that sat across the table from each other
The Defense Rests Julius Long 45
An eery tale of a heartless lawyer, who nevertheless wanted to acquit his own murderer
The Messenger H. P. Lovecraft 52
Verse
The Black Drama (part 2) Gans T. Field 53
An eldritch tale about the eery personality that was called Varduk—a story about Lord Byron
He That Hath Wings Edmond Hamilton 70
The story of a modern Icarus, who tasted the freedom of the sky
Microcosms Edgar Daniel Kramer 85
Verse
Mother of Toads Clark Ashton Smith 86
Weird and powerful was the effect of the old woman's potion on the young apprentice
Escape Paul Ernst 91
A brief tale about the escape of a madman
Return to the Sabbath Robert Bloch 95
A story of Hollywood—and the gruesome thing that emerged from the burial crypt
Ships Robert E. Howard 104
Verse
Weird Story Reprint:
Saladin's Throne-Rug
E. Hoffmann Price 105
A popular story from an old issue of WEIRD TALES
The Eyrie 122
The readers of WEIRD TALES express their opinions


Published monthly by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 2457 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Entered as second-class matter March 20, 1923, at the post office at Indianapolis, Ind., under the act of March 3, 1879. Single copies, 25 cents. Subscription rates: One year in the United States and possessions, Cuba, Mexico, South America, Spain, $2.50; Canada, $2.75; elsewhere, $3.00. English office: Otis A. Kline, c/o John Paradise, 86 Strand, W. C. 2, London. The publishers are not responsible for the loss of unsolicited manuscripts, although every care will be taken of such material while in their possession. The contents of this magazine are fully protected by copyright and must not be reproduced either wholly or in part without permission from the publishers.

NOTE—All manuscripts and communications should be addressed to the publishers' Chicago office at 840 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.

FARNSWORTH WRIGHT, Editor.

Copyright, 1938, by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company,

COPYRIGHTED IN GREAT BRITAIN

WEIRD TALES ISSUED 1st OF EACH MONTH