Black Light Gods & Psychedelic Thunder

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December 27, 2015 by Laird

Weird Fiction Review #6 is ready to go. I wrote an essay called “Black Light Gods & Psychedelic Thunder” about the Third Eye Marvel posters from the 1970s.

From the publisher:

SYNOPSIS

The Weird Fiction Review is an annual periodical devoted to the study of weird and supernatural fiction. It is edited by S.T. Joshi.This sixth issue contains fiction, poetry, and reviews from leading writers and promising newcomers. It features original stories and essays by Laird Barron, Jonathan Thomas, Mollie Burleson, James Goho, Jason V Brock, and Michael Aronovitz; a lengthy interview with Clive Barker and a new interview with T.E.D. Klein; a 24-page full-color gallery of art by Christopher Conn Askew, an essay on Robert E. Howard-inspired art in the comics; an essay on the artwork of L.B. Cole, extensively illustrated; and much more. The list price on this item is $35 and it is on sale for $25.

 image via Centipede Press

3 thoughts on “Black Light Gods & Psychedelic Thunder

  1. mhenson34 says:

    I will order my copy tomorrow night as soon as I get my Social Security. Because of the holiday I get paid the 31 in of the 3rd. Weird Fiction Review is the best of Joshis annuals.

  2. Laird says:

    Happy New Year!

  3. Fenris Technique says:

    New TED Kline interview?
    Sold.

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