Announcing a new collection of stories by Fritz Leiber. Assembled here is a selection of Mr. Leiber's best horrific tales, many of which have been virtually unobtainable for decades. From the riveting "Spider Mansion" and "The Phantom Slayer" from Weird Tales to the more recent "Lie Still, Snow White" and "Black Has Its Charms" from rare, small-press magazines, this collection provides an overview of Leiber's fifty-plus years as an acknowledged master of the weird tale.
While much of Leiber's seminal science-fiction and fantasy remains in print, his work in the field of supernatural horror has been sadly neglected until now. Edited by John Pelan and Steve Savile.
Fritz Leiber (1910-1992) was born in Chicago. His father was a noted Shakespearan actor and Leiber joined his father's company in 1934, and even appeared in a few films. However in 1936 he started writing. As well as producing important and hugely enjoyable fantasy, he was also the author of much acclaimed sf and horror.