Weird Luck Tales

Weird Luck Tales No. 5, packed for NecronomiCon 2017
Weird Luck Tales 5, packed for NecronomiCon 2017

We periodically publish short stories in the zine Weird Luck Tales, in limited editions handmade by author/editor Andrew M. Reichart.

No. 5: “Monsters” by Andrew M. Reichart; half-digest, 48pp.
“Monsters” was originally published in the anthology Spoon Knife 2: Test Chamber from NeuroQueer Books. The novelette is a direct prequel to the novel Insurgent Otherworld by Nick Walker & Andrew M. Reichart, serialized now at the Weird Luck Patreon. Issue No. 5 also features a previously unpublished backup story by Andrew M. Reichart, “Things That Crawled from the Shadows,” which takes place between issues 1 and 2 of the Weird Luck webcomic.

The first edition of No. 5 (limited to 99 copies) was made exclusively for the attendees and backers of the first Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird. The second limited edition (also 99 copies) was exclusive to NecronomiCon Providence 2017; a few leftover copies are Buy Now Buttonavailable for $13 postpaid in the usa. (If you’re elsewhere in the world, inquire via argawargapress at gmail dot com and we’ll see what we can do.)

No. 4: “Coked Out Demon Worshipers” by Andrew M. Reichart
Originally published in the Sto*Nerd Press anthology Respect the Daysleeper. Adapted by Mike Bennewitz for the comic book Weird Luck #0. Issue No. 4 also features a previously unpublished backup story by Andrew M. Reichart, “King of All Wild Things,” which includes the earliest written appearance (from 1990!) of Akaz the god-dog.

No. 3: “I, the Hound” by Andrew M. Reichart
Originally written for the Sto*Nerd Press anthology Stolen Trophies.

No. 2: “Testimony of the Teen Ogre” by Andrew M. Reichart
Also published in The Spoon Knife Anthology from NeuroQueer Books, an imprint of Autonomous Press.

No. 1: “The Fiends of Zan-Zerkin’s Ridge” by Andrew M. Reichart
Originally published on this blog!

 

F.A.Q.:

Ques.: “Why the heck,” one might wonder, “do you have so many different things called ‘Weird Luck’? A webcomic, a novel, a comic book, and a zine, wtf?”

Ans.: “We just love the phrase — it evokes exactly the sort of tales we want to tell. And we dig having free rein to geek out on it in as many permutations as we like.” Plus as Mike points out, “Technically the novel is called Weird Luck in the City of the Watcher.”

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