Weird Tales Volume 37 Number 6 
American News Company, Limited 
Year : November 1944
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages : 112
Cover art : Original Canadian cover - Artist unknown
Illustrations : Unknown

"Recompense" (poem)
Non-REH Content
"Death's Bookkeeper" by Seabury Quinn
"The Beasts of Barsac" by Robert Bloch
"John Thunstone's Inheritance"
by Manly Wade Wellman
"Plane and Fancy" by P. Schuyler Miller
"In an Old Street" by Vincent Starrett (poem)
"Stranger in the Mirror" by George N. Lars
"Guard in the Dark" by Allison V. Harding
"The Spare Room" by Crawford Sullivan
"The Man Who Wouldn't Hang" by Stanton A. Coblentz
"There Was an Old Woman" by Ray Bradbury
"Lady Macbeth of Pimley Square" by August Derleth
"To the Moon" by Stanton A. Coblentz (poem)
"Lips of the Dead" by W. J. Stamper
There are two known Canadian editions of Weird Tales.
The first edition ran from June 1935 to July 1936.
It was identical to the U.S. edition in contents, though there are some cover differences.

The second edition ran for 58 issues bi-monthly from May 1942 to November 1951.
Both editions were published by the American News Company of Toronto.

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