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Contents Introduction by S. T. Joshi 7 Metrical Regularity 11 The Allowable Rhyme 13 The Proposed Authors' Union 17 The Vers Libre Epidemic 19 Poesy 21 The Despised Pastoral 22 The Literature of Rome 23 The Simple Spelling Mania 34 The Case for Classicism 36 Literary Composition 39 Editor's Note to "A Scene for Macbeth " by Samuel Loveman 46 Winifred Virginia Jackson: A "Different" Poetess 47 The Poetry of Lilian Middleton 51 Lord Dunsany and His Work 56 Rudis Indigestaque Moles 63 Introduction [to The Poetical Works of Jonathan E. Hoag] 65 Ars Gratia Artis 69 In the Editor's Study 70 [Random Notes] 72 [Review of Ebony and Crystal by Clark Ashton Smith] 73 The Professional Incubus 74 The Omnipresent Philistine 76 The Work of Frank Belknap Long, Jr. 78 Supernatural Horror in Literature 82 Preface [to White Fire by John Ravenor Bullen] 135 Notes on "Alias Peter Marchall", by A. F. Lorenz 140 Foreword [to Thoughts and Pictures by Eugene B. Kuntz] 143 Notes on Verse Technique 144 [Notes on Weird Fiction] 153 Weird Story Plots 159 Notes on Writing Weird Fiction 175 Some Notes on Interplanetary Fiction 178 What Belongs in Verse 182 [Suggestions for a Reading Guide] 184 Appendix The Poetry of John Ravenor Bullen 207 The Favourite Weird Stories of H. P. Lovecraft 213 Supernatural Horror in Literature (abridgement of 1936) 213 Bibliographic Appendix [to "Suggestions for a Reading Guide"] 219 Index 229
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