THE BLACK CAT COLLECTION (paperback)
The Black Cat was an American literary magazine published in Boston, Massachusetts. It ran from 1895 to 1922 and specialized in short stories of an 'unusual' nature. The magazine is best known for publishing the story "A Thousand Deaths" by Jack London in the May 1899 issue. Gilman house now brings you a collection of 18 'unusual' tales from various long out of print issues, reproduced in complete facsimile. Included in this collection: "A Thousand Deaths" -Jack London, "Mahout" -Clark Ashton Smith, and more..