Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Read Weird Tales

After receiving a request from a reader, I have added a page to this blog called "Read Weird Tales." Click on the item on the right or here for a link. This new page includes links to websites on which you can read whole issues of Weird Tales in digital facsimile format. If anyone knows of similar websites, even if they include only one issue, please let me know, and I may add it to the list.

Thanks for reading.


  1. I’ve enjoyed your posts over the years, keep up the good work. Some treasure troves of out-of-copyright pulps online are:

    Roy Glashan’s Library http://freeread.com.au/

    Project Gutenberg Australia http://gutenberg.net.au/plusfifty.html

    For that matter, the original Project Gutenberg https://www.gutenberg.org/ has some items of interest as well as Internet Archive https://archive.org/

    1. Thanks, CoastConFan,

      I checked out these sites but didn't find whole issues of Weird Tales for the reading. I don't know whether I just missed them or they're not there at all. In either case, fans should find plenty to read on these sites.