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“There was a deep soft thundering in his ears, a rosy dazzlement in his eyes. Somehow the hut appeared to expand, to change luminously about him. He hardly recognized its squalid furnishings, its litter of baleful oddments, on which a torrid splendor was shed by the black candles, tipped with ruddy fire, that towered and swelled gigantically into the soft gloom His blood burned as with the throbbing flame of the candles.”—Clark Ashton Smith (Mother of Toads)
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Tonight, we present another bewitching tale by horror sorcerer Clark Ashton Smith—“Mother of Toads”. First published in 1938 for Weird Tales, we guarantee this one will give you more than…warts.