I’ve featured the great Fritz Leiber here a few times before, both with his horror ( https://horrordelve.com/2014/05/17/fritz-leiber-horror-stories/ ) and with his Fafhrd and The Gray Mouser fantasy stories ( https://horrordelve.com/2014/08/02/fritz-leibers-fafhrd-and-the-gray-mouser/ ). He’s easily among my favorite writers in either genre. Today we’re going to look at some more of his horror contributions. THE STORIES: 1. […]Read More MORE FRITZ LEIBER HORROR STORIES
This will be the fifth consecutive year that I’ve assembled a list of stories I feel capture the proper mood for Halloween. Below you’ll find links to each previous year’s list. I must say, I think this year’s may be the strongest to date. Enjoy and Happy Halloween! 2013 – https://horrordelve.com/2013/10/30/ten-scary-short-stories-for-halloween/ 2014 – https://horrordelve.com/2014/10/15/horror-delves-second-annual-halloween-reading-list/ 2015 […]Read More HALLOWEEN READING LIST V (2017)
To celebrate Sword and Sorcery month here at Horror Delve, I wanted to find out what were some of the best pieces of fantasy fiction? To do this, I asked a great group of modern writers to list some of their favorites. First up is Willie Meikle, a prolific writer with over 20 novels and […]Read More Willie Meikle, What Are Some of Your Favorite Pieces of Fantasy Fiction?
We’re going to stray from horror this time in favor of some sword and sorcery tales by the great Fritz Leiber (1910-1992). He wrote in multiple genres including science fiction and horror (some of which were covered here: https://horrordelve.com/2014/05/17/fritz-leiber-horror-stories/), but for now we will look at a few of his Fafhrd (the Barbarian) and The […]Read More FRITZ LEIBER’S FAFHRD AND THE GRAY MOUSER
Fritz Leiber (1910-1992) was a prolific writer who won multiple prestigious awards during his long career. He was also an actor, poet and champion chess player. His work has been adapted to film (The Girl with the Hungry Eyes 1949, 1967, 1995 as well as a classic Night Gallery television episode in 1972) and radio […]Read More FRITZ LEIBER HORROR STORIES