Citations, Quotes, and References

Following are links to books, magazines, websites, and blogs that have cited, quoted, or made reference to my work here on Tellers of Weird Tales. A work in progress . . .  

Cornelia Baxter Barns (Arthur Selwyn Garbett)
"Cornelia Barns" in Wikipedia. (References.)

Wardon Allan Curtis

Davis, Hank. Introduction to "The Monster of Lake Lametrie" by Wardon Allan Curtis in The Baen Big Book of Monsters (Baen Publishing Enterprises, 2014), unpaginated. (Quote only.)

Emma Frances Dawson

"Emma Frances Dawson" in Wikipedia(Reference.)

Leah Bodine Drake

Yaszek, Lisa, and Patrick B. Sharp, eds. Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction (Wesleyan University Press, 2016). (Bibliography.)

Paul Ernst
"Paul Ernst (American writer)" in Wikipedia. (Citation.)

Allison V. Harding

Nicolay, Scott. "Stories from the Borderland #12: 'The Damp Man' by Allison V. Harding" in Scott Nicolay (blog), June 22, 2016. (Citations.)

William F. Heitman
Locke, John. The Thing's Incredible! The Secret Origins of Weird Tales, 1923-1924 (Elkhorn, CA: Off-Trail Publications, 2018), p. 79.

Félix Martí-Ibáñez
"Félix Martí-Ibáñez" in Wikipedia. (Citation.)

Isa-Belle Manzer
Locke, John. The Thing's Incredible! The Secret Origins of Weird Tales, 1923-1924 (Elkhorn, CA: Off-Trail Publications, 2018), p. 131.

"Maria Moravskaya" in Wikipedia. (Citation.)

Numerous Authors and Artists

The Internet Speculative Fiction Database. (Links only.)

Rod Serling and Weird Tales

Weird Tales

"Weird Tales" in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. (Link only.)

Women Writers in Weird Tales

Hughes, Rex Allen. "The Women of Weird Tales: Forgotten Stories of Genre Pioneers" in Aldus Society Notes, Jan. 2015 (Vol. 15, No. 1), pp. 9-12. (Reference.)

Terence E. Hanley

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