Black Cat Weekly #39
Welcome to Black Cat Weekly #39.
It’s hard to believe BCW is 39! As with every magazine, our goals include not just entertaining our readers, but making every issue better than the last. I finally feel like we’re on top of production methods, and the contents keep offering a selection of great stories for every reader’s taste. (If you can’t find something you love here, I’d be very surprised.) From classic pulp fiction to modern SF and mysteries (not to mention our ventures into adventure fiction and westerns), we cover all the bases.
Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:
- “Last Seen Heading East” by Joseph S. Walker [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
- “A Little Boy Is Missing,” by Saul Golubcow [short story]
- “A Secret Admirer,” by Hal Charles [solve-it-yourself mystery]
- “A Close Shave,” by Art Taylor [Barb Goffman Presents short story]
- The Case of Angus Blair, by Hulbert Footner [novel]
- The Affair in Death Valley, by Clifford Knight [novel]
Science Fiction & Fantasy:
- “The Last Ride of German Freddie,” by Walter Jon Williams [Cynthia Ward Presents short story]
- “The Rat Aloft,” by John Gregory Betancourt [short story]
- “A Question of Salvage,” by Malcolm Jameson [novella]
- “The Secret of Kralitz,” by Henry Kuttner [short story]
- “The Monster-God of Mamurth,” by Edmond Hamilton [short story]