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YES, NOW YOU CAN ORDER A COPY OF WEIRDBOOK 13 KNOWING THAT IF YOU DO NOT
LIKE IT YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK MERELY BY RETURNING THE ISSUE TO ME
IN THE ORIGINAL CARDBOARD ENVELOPE.
Just send a check or money order for $5.00 and a note saying that you are taking me up on
the money-back guarantee offer. Make out your check to WEIRDBOOK and mail it to: W. Paul
Ganley, P 0 Box 35, Amherst Branch, Buffalo, New York 14226.
This offer is a one-to-a-customer, once-in-a-lifetime offer; if you've taken advantage of
it on a previous occasion, you are no longer eligible. (Actually, only one person has ever
requested a refund I)
Here are a few quotes from letters we've received, so far, about this issue:
ROBERT A. BLOCH Many thanks for the beautiful anniversary issue of WEIRDBOOK 13. Your
lineup of artists and writers bespeaks the quality of the magazine... I particularly enjoyed the contributions of messers Page and Munn and thought, as I read3 how fortunate we
are to see the tradition of W.T. continuing today.
JOSEPH PAYNE BRENNAN My great thanks for your splendid tenth-anniversary issue. A
magnificent job. You assuredly deserve the heartiest congratulations... I have little
doubt that this special issue will, in time, become a collector's target.
ANDREW OFFUTT Here rs my old mail-friend and (mail-) collaborator, Bruce Berry, on the
good cover and back cover and interiors brilliantly devised and executed by J. K. Potter j whose work I don't recall having seen afore. And a bloodless legend by Charles Saunders — what fun! The REH poem obviously inspired Fabian, who proceeded to create art
that exceeds the poem in excellence. The Jon Holcombe work on page 33 is startling; truly
otherworldly and yet softly beautiful. I'd welcome it as the cover on any of my books....
odd one has the feeling that while "All Things Dark and Evil" is a good phrase, making a
fine title, the Cole story 's real title is that strange and evocative word/name, "Shatter-
face. " And how well Munn writes, always. That which marks WEIRDBOOK more than any other
such journals is its lack of typos and quality of language/punctuation.
CHARLES R. SAUNDERS Your 13th issue is a tremendous accomplishment... Content-wise, WB13
is as good as many an anthology I've seen on the paperback racks. Better than many, in
fact.... congratulations... let's see 10 more years like this!
CHARLES L. GRANT Many thanks for... WEIRDBOOK 13. I don't know where that magazine
has been all my life, but you can rest assured that I'm not about to let it slip by again.
It wasj frankly, a delight (especially the Page and Bishop pieces), and the artwork was....
no words here. I was going to say 'fascinating, ' but that's been used too often, and it
really isn't strong enough for my reactions.
WEIRDBOOK 13 is our special 10th year anniversary issue, featuring an extra-large 100-page
size (8^ x 11 inches as usual), perfectbound. This issue features novelets by Bertin, Cole,
Bishop, Munn, Page; short tales by Castell, Lumley, Saunders, Wells, and others; a full
page hitherto unpublished poem by ROBERT E. HOWARD; and artwork by Fabian, Berry, Pitts,
and many other outstanding artists. The perfectbound paper cover version is $5.00 and
there is a special hard cover edition, limited to about 160 copies, which sells for $15...
provided that it is available at all. (At this time of writing only about 30 copies are
still on hand.)