By Jason Earls

Jason Earls is the author of Mathematical Bliss, the Underground Guitar Handbook, Concrete Primes, Red Zen, How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, I Sin Every Number, Cocoon of Terror, Heartless Bastard In Ecstasy, and other books.

WRITE PRIME

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MY SUBMISSION TO WEIRD TALES MAGAZINE

Weird Tales magazine is a horror, science fiction, and fantasy periodical established in 1923 that became famous for publishing such literary geniuses as H.P. Lovecraft of Cthulhu Mythos fame and Robert E. Howard of Conan the Barbarian fame. The glory days of Weird Tales occurred back in the 20s and 30s and after that time the magazine has been sold and purchased by different companies, but none of the various reincarnations of Weird Tales ever truly lived up to the magazine‚Äôs initial years. But even in the wonderful early days, when they were printing stories regularly by Lovecraft and Howard,…