WALTER DE LA MARE ARTICLE

Born in Kent England in 1873, Walter de la Mare worked in The London Office of the Standard Oil company, but it was his poetry and fiction writing for which he is still remembered today. His works have been favorably cited by such titans of the genre as H.P. Lovecraft, Ramsey Campbell and Reggie Oliver. […]

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TERROR TALES OF THE OCEAN REVIEW

I love horror stories which are set on or near the sea. I likewise love the Terror Tales series of anthologies which are edited by Paul Finch. So, it should come as no surprise I really loved Terror Tales of the Ocean published in 2015 by Gray Friar Press. This anthology contains thirteen tales of […]

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TERROR TALES OF WALES REVIEW

Continuing my recent trend of reading my way through various volumes of the Terror Tales series of anthologies edited by Paul Finch, I now bring forth yet another review, this time in the form of Terror Tales of Wales (2014). There were two predominant themes I noticed in this one. Several of the stories centered […]

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ALGERNON BLACKWOOD STORIES PART III

Algernon Blackwood has long been one of my favorite authors. He’s probably best known for such works as “The Willows”, “Wendigo”, “Ancient Sorceries”, and “Ancient Lights”. Each of those tales are true classics of the genre, but there are many more which don’t receive the same consideration. Personally, I adore “The Glamour of Snow”, “Secret […]

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