Many, many thanks to the brilliant writers, artists, and volunteers whose contributions have re-energized the world’s oldest fantasy magazine.
Our deepest gratitude to WT’s publisher, John Betancourt, and his longtime colleagues George Scithers and Darrell Schweitzer, the three of whom successfully brought Weird Tales back from the dead 20 years ago. (Also pulp guru Robert Weinberg, who’s been keeping the dream alive even longer.)
And, of course, we tip our hats most enthusiastically to H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Margaret Brundage, Farnsworth Wright, Jacob Henneberger, and all the rest of the luminaries of WT’s 1930s heyday; had they not come together to herald the birth of the modern era of fantasy-horror-science fiction culture, we wouldn’t be here holding these rocketships today.