Macabre (U.S.A.)

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''Macabre'' was founded in 1957 to "work for the revival" of ''Weird Tales'', a Pulp magazine that Brennan had written for. He also wanted ''macabre'' to "serve as a rallying place for all those devoted to horror and the supernatural". Twenty three issues were released, the last one in 1976.  
''Macabre'' was founded in 1957 to "work for the revival" of ''Weird Tales'', a Pulp magazine that Brennan had written for. He also wanted ''macabre'' to "serve as a rallying place for all those devoted to horror and the supernatural". Twenty three issues were released, the last one in 1976.  
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Issues of Macabre included Brennan's "Lucius Leffing" stories, and well as other of his well known stories.  
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Issues of Macabre included Brennan's "Lucius Leffing" stories, and well as other of his well known stories and his essay "Lovecraft: An Evaluation".  
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Contributions included Ramsey Campbell, "Balthor the Dreamer" by W. Paul Ganley.  
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Other contributions included Ramsey Campbell, "Balthor the Dreamer" by W. Paul Ganley.  
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Macabre was a fanzine published by Joseph Payne Brennan in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Macabre was founded in 1957 to "work for the revival" of Weird Tales, a Pulp magazine that Brennan had written for. He also wanted macabre to "serve as a rallying place for all those devoted to horror and the supernatural". Twenty three issues were released, the last one in 1976.

Issues of Macabre included Brennan's "Lucius Leffing" stories, and well as other of his well known stories and his essay "Lovecraft: An Evaluation".

Other contributions included Ramsey Campbell, "Balthor the Dreamer" by W. Paul Ganley.

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