Witchcraft and Sorcery

This issue of Witchcraft and Sorcery is presently remembered only because it includes “Mistress of Death,” a Robert Howard “Dark Agnes” fragment that was finished by Gerald Page. But there is undoubtedly other good material, such as:

How can a story titled “House of Evil” go badly? It is a house, it is evil. What more can a reader want?


What is scarier than a werewolf or a were-rat? I know. A were-creature. It could be anything. A moth. A badger. A vole. Ever fight a vole? Me neither, but I bet they are hard to hit.

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