Joseph Payne Brennan on Wikipedia

Joseph Payne Brennan (1918-1990) was an American writer of fantasy and horror fiction as well as a poet. Brennan's first professional sales of fiction were pulp western stories. As a horror writer, he started out writing stories for Weird Tales in 1952, and when the famous magazine folded he founded  his own magazine Macabre, which ran from 1957 to 1976. Several of his short stories feature the occult detective Lucius Leffing.



Joseph Payne Brennan (1918-1990)

Short Story Collections

The Feaster From Afar (Midnight Books, 2008)

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NinE Horrors (1958)

Scream at Midnight (1963)

The Chronicles of Lucius Leffing (1973)

Stories of Darkness and Dread (1973)

The Casebook of Lucius Leffing (1973)

Shapes of midnight (1980)

The Borders Just Beyond (1986)

The Adventures of Lucius Leffing (1988)



 
                     
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