Weird Tales 294 Fall 1989

The Fall 1989 issue of Weird Tales showcases Featured Author Karl Edward Wagner (who contributes a major Kane novella and an interview) and Featured Artist J.K. Potter (who contributes all the artwork).

Weird Tales 294  Fall 1989

Author: Darrell Schweitzer

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 0809532107

Page: 148

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The Fall 1989 issue of Weird Tales showcases Featured Author Karl Edward Wagner (who contributes a major Kane novella and an interview) and Featured Artist J.K. Potter (who contributes all the artwork). Also includes work by Jonathan Carroll, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Brian Lumley, and more.

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