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Gaming (Rageaholic): How the industry ruined itself by giving us what we want. Tolkien (Black Gate): I have decided to take “Discovering Tolkien,” the title of this series, as my means of entry into the subject. By doing so, I can only hope that I happen to make (if not “new”) interesting or sideways observations […]

An Interview with Morgan Holmes By Matthew Pungitore Ciao! My name is Matthew Pungitore, and in this article, I’ll be talking with Morgan Holmes. So, without further ado, let’s caper like a comet to the interview. Matthew Pungitore: “Morgan, I’m honored to be able to have this opportunity to talk with you like this. I have […]

The Devils of Po Sung by Bassett Morgan appeared in the December 1927 issue of Weird Tales and was the featured Weird Story Reprint in the March 1939 issue. A scanned pdf of this issue can be found here at Luminist.org. I’ll admit, at first I had a bit of a tough time getting into The Devils of […]

Every week, the Castalia House Blog spotlights some of the many new releases in independent, pulp, and web novel-influenced science fiction and fantasy. Cloak of Embers (Cloak Mage #10) – Jonathan Moeller A deadly puzzle. A closing trap. My name is Nadia, and I’m a Marshal of the High Queen of the Elves. That means […]

Sword & Sorcery (Pulp Super Fan): Robert E. Howard expert Morgan Holmes discusses sword and sorcery stories appearing in Weird Tales. 2023 marks the 100th anniversary of the fantasy and horror-fiction magazine.  RPG (Modiphius): Welcome to another chilling edition of Halloween Horrors – are you ready to be terrorised as Achtung! Cthulhu presents its now […]

Every week, the Castalia House Blog spotlights some of the many new releases in independent, pulp, and web novel-influenced science fiction and fantasy. The Blade Bearers (Blade and Bone #6) – D. K. Holmberg As the drumbeats of war intensify, the Bearers must answer. Finn and Morgan struggle to return to Verendal, finding only destruction […]

Every week, the Castalia House Blog spotlights some of the many new releases in independent, pulp, and web novel-influenced science fiction and fantasy. Below Us – Nathan Hystaad Forget the stars, the real threat is below us. After a rough break up, Wyatt moves to New York City, eager to prove himself while working on […]

This is is a guest post by Matthew Pungitore: Obsession in The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers; a Sentiment, or Review By Matthew Pungitore Introduction Benvenuti, signore e signori, my ladies and gentlemen! I am Matthew Pungitore, and in this article, I’ll be briefly discussing, con amore, my personal opinions on the theme of obsession […]

This is a guest post from Matthew Pungitore: Introduction Ciao and bienvenue, meine Damen und Herren, ladies and gentlemen! I am Matthew Pungitore, arcane flâneur and xanthic-robed hermit, once again drawn back from the pessimum of today and looking towards the golden past—hence, the phrase “où sont les neiges d’antan?” from Villon—albeit, were I to […]

Every week, the Castalia House Blog spotlights some of the many new releases in independent, pulp, and web novel-influenced science fiction and fantasy. The Awoken City (Rites of Resurrection #3) – Marshall J. Moore The Dead Are Waking Up. For three hundred years the Republic of Albastine’s dead have been resurrected as mindless servants who […]

Every week, the Castalia House Blog spotlights some of the many new releases in independent, pulp, and web novel-influenced science fiction and fantasy. Advent of Eternity (Shattered System #1) – Actus A ruthless tactician. A pantheon of traitor gods. A quest for revenge. The Gods were believed to be immortal. To exist so far outside […]

Fiction (Sprague de Camp Fan): The Weird Tales Story by Robert Weinberg has seen three different editions. The first was published by Fax Collector’s Editions in 1977. This was a nice hardcover book with interior art by Alex Nino. The book is dedicated: To Margaret Brundage, whose covers might not have reflected the contents of Weird Tales but […]