Here is Jayem Wilcox’s illustration for C.L. Moore’s Shambleau as it appeared in Weird Tales, November 1933, its first publication:
Her first professional sale, selling for $100, it is also her most famous story.
C.L. Moore recorded her own reading of Shambleau, available below in two parts, for a Caedmon record (TC 1667) published in 1980:
Frank Kelly Freas’ did the cover art for the Caedmon recording:
And on the back of the LP was an abridged “Footnote To Shambleau” taken from a 1975 essay of the same name:
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