The Witch's Tales (magazine)

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The Witch's Tales was a pulp magazine which published two issues in November and December 1936. It was published by The Carwood Publishing Co., and edited by Tom Chadburn. It was a companion to a radio program, also called The Witch's Tales, which had begun broadcasting in May 1931. With the exception of the lead story in each issue, it is thought that almost all the stories were reprints, though in some cases the original publication has not been determined. Contributors included George Daulton, Wardon Allan Curtis, and John C. Haywood.[1]


  1. ^ Mike Ashley & Frank H. Parnell, "The Witch's Tales", in Tymn & Ashley, Science Fiction, Fantasy and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 742–743.


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