Most horror fans instantly recognise “Weird Tales” as the pulp magazine that jump-started the career of H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury and other popular horror writers in the early 20th century. However, one detail that appears to be consistently omitted from the magazine’s history is the frequent contributions of women writers who were also some of its most popular contributors.
A hand sprouting within a wallet. Jars of jam and something more sinister. Sounds that capture death. Elizabeth Engstrom’s Nightmare Flower offers a plentitude of strangeness in rapid succession. There’s no knowing what may happen next.