The Black Cat Vol. 02 No. 07 April 1897
The Black Cat (1895-1922) was a monthly literary magazine, publishing original short stories, often about uncanny or fantastical topics. Many writers were largely unknown, but some famous authors also wrote original material for this magazine.
This seventh issue of volume 2 presents the following five short stories:
"The Peacock and the Copper Moon", by Frances Aymar Mathews: a sculptor's plan to save her lover suddenly receives a dramatic twist
"Westward Ho !", by J. Wesley Glover: don't launch the party before the guests arrive !
"The Captain's Gray", by Ella F. Mosby: a war-horse and its dead master save the day in a battle
"M'Goulighan", by Frances Lynde: a sheriff's deputy finds out that there's some good even in the most hardened prisoner
"The Man with the Iron Arm", by Geik Turner: watch a weak-looking runt win against the best fighters in a wrestling match
- Summary by Sonia
Genre(s): Fantastic Fiction, Short Stories
Group: The Black Cat Magazine
|Play 01||The Peacock and the Copper Moon, by Frances Aymar Mathews||Jake Malizia
|Play 02||Westward Ho !, by J. Wesley Glover||Julie Burks
|Play 03||The Captain's Gray, by Ella F. Mosby||Greg Giordano
|Play 04||M'Goulighan, by Frances Lynde||NarratorJ
|Play 05||The Man with the Iron Arm, by Geik Turner||Wayne Cooke