The Black Cat 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.
The eleventh issue offers the following 5 stories:
"The Mysterious Card Unveiled", by Cleveland Moffett: the long-awaited sequel has arrived and a man's dark soul is finally revealed
"Mrs. Bilger's Victory", by Emma S. Jones and Geik Turner: a woman fights for justice against a big corporation
"A Defender of the Faith", by John D. Barry: witness how standing up against injustice wins a man the respect of the girl he loves
"Tim's Vacation", by L. E. Shattuck: tragically, the young man's first vacation does not turn out as expected
"Wet Horses", by Alice MacGowan: in jail, a smuggler realizes that the most important thing in life is freedom
- Summary by Sonia