by H. Warner Munn
introduction by John Munn
H. Warner Munn was a New England Native and was born in Athol, Massachusetts to parents who were both writers and artists. He finished his career in Tacoma, Washington where he wrote his stories and poetry in the attic above his home.
The Werewolf Clan saga began with a letter written by H.P. Lovecraft to Weird Tales Magazine. “Take a werewolf story, for instance—Who ever wrote a story from the point of view of the wolf, and sympathizing strong with the devil to whom he had sold himself?”
This epic story, sprawling over the centuries, begins with Wladislaw Brenryk of Ponkert, Poland and culminates with tales told by what could be the last descendant of the Werewolf Clan.
Discover the first Werewolf story written from the wolf’s point of view in this collected volume of Tales of the Werewolf Clan, including the original stories published in Weird Tales, The Werewolf of Ponkert, The Werewolf’s Daughter and Ten Tales of the Werewolf Clan (Volumes One & Two).
It’s a journey you will never forget.
Tales of the Werewolf Clan by H. Warner Munn contains the following stories:
- “The Cat-Organ”
- “Hau! Hau! Huguenots”
- “The Wreck of the Santa Ysabel”
- “The Bug-Wolves of Castle Manglana”
- “In the Tomb of the Bishop”
- “The Leather Cannon”
- “Achsah Young—of Windsor”
- “The Master Meets a Worthy Foe”
- “The Diary”
- “In the Hulks”
- “In Regard to the Opening of Doors”
- “The Transients”
- “The Master Goes Home”
- “The Werewolf of Ponkert”
- “The Werewolf’s Daughter”