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Seabury Quinn

Seabury Quinn was born in Washington, D.C. in 1889. One of the most popular authors to appear in Weird Tales magazine, Quinn is today best remembered for his tales featuring the occult detective Jules de Grandin, and for his wonderful 1948 short novel Roads. Quinn passed away in 1969.

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The Devil’s Bride: The only Jules de Grandin novel

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The Devil’s Bride by Seabury Quinn

Pop Quiz: Which author was the most frequently published in the pages of the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales? If your answer is the obvious one, H.P. Lovecraft, guess again. Robert E. Howard, C.L. Moore, Henry Kuttner, Edmond Hamilton, Robert Bloch? Still wrong. Surprisingly, the answer is Washington, D.C.-born Seabury Quinn, who, during the 279-issue run of Weird Tales, dating from 1923 - ... Read More