I’m a big fan of podcasts. I spend a lot of time listening to them. One of my absolute favorites is the Hypnogoria family of shows. Jim Moon is its producer, editor and host extraordinare. The best way I can describe it is to say that listening to Hypnogoria is like taking a college course […]Read More THIRTEEN QUESTIONS WITH JIM MOON
Clark Ashton Smith was an painter, poet, sculpture and writer born in 1893 in California. He had several horror, fantasy and science fiction stories published in Weird Tales and other pulp magazines of the time. This led to his developing a thriving correspondence with both H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. I particularly love Smith’s […]Read More 13 FANTASY AND HORROR TALES BY CLARK ASHTON SMITH
February Fantasy Month returns once again to Horror Delve. We’ll examine a selection of stories by the late, great Clark Ashton Smith, as well as celebrate the exciting return of our Ultimate Fantasy Lists. The previous two years have offered up both Ultimate Fantasy Weapons and Ultimate Fantasy Creatures lists. This year a new assembly […]Read More FEBRUARY FANTASY MONTH RETURNS!
“The Colossus of Ylourgne” (1934) is a novelette by Clark Ashton Smith set in his often used fantasy realm of Averoigne. This one begins with the mysterious disappearances of newly-buried bodies from their graves. This continues to occur throughout the land, and soon people begin to encounter the corpses running full speed toward some mysterious […]Read More THE COLOSSUS OF YLOURGNE BY CLARK ASHTON SMITH