Weird Fiction Review

“[Weird Fiction Review] is meant to be an ongoing exploration into all facets of the weird, in all of its many forms — a kind of non‐denominational approach that appreciates Lovecraft

but also Kafka, Angela Carter and Clark Ashton Smith, Shirley Jackson and Fritz Leiber — along with the next generation of weird writers and
international weird. The emphasis will be on nonfiction on writers and particular books, but we will also run features on weird art, music, and film, as well as occasional fiction.”

Weird Fiction Review

Discovered Weird Fiction Review (WFR) while reading a review of Dempow Torishima’s Sisyphean, which was described by WFR as “weird [even for] weird fiction.” Sounds like my kind of weird.

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