Illustration for article titled Weird Tales Reinvents Modern Spooky in Website Relaunch

The magazine that gave Ray Bradbury, H.P. Lovecraft, and Margaret Brundage their big breaks has been around for 85 years now. But Weird Tales isn't even close to retiring — this week, the publication celebrates the launch of a gorgeous new website that showcases every intersection of the unique, fantastic, and bizarre. You can now enjoy the devastating creepiness of One-Minute Weird Tales videos, commission your very own gargoyle sculpture, and download a full PDF of the magazine's latest issue.The eighteenth variation of Rachmaninov's "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" always seemed sweet and romantic to me, but it means something very different to this Weird Tales author: has more. While you're there, don't forget to download that free issue, because it has enough marvelous fiction, poetry, and book reviews to fill an entire afternoon — not to mention an exploration of sleep terrors and funky masks, a guided tour through Lovecraftian Dreamland, and an interview with Hellboy's Mike Mignola. []


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