TERROR TALES OF THE SEASIDE REVIEW

Terror Tales of the Seaside is an anthology edited by Paul Finch, published by Gray Friar Press in 2013, that combines both fiction stories as well as classic myths and legends of the British seasides. I read this book while vacationing on a beach (sadly not in England, however) which set the perfect atmosphere for […]

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MORE ALGERNON BLACKWOOD

I recently ran a poll listing 10 classic horror writers here at Horror Delve. After 139 votes were counted, Algernon Blackwood narrowly defeated M.R. James to claim the title of Horror Delve’s Favorite Classic Horror Writer (https://horrordelve.com/2016/04/09/and-the-winner-is/). I’ve covered several of his stories already (https://horrordelve.com/2013/09/22/algernon-blackwood/), but with his prolific output, there’s still plenty more to […]

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W.F. HARVEY

W.F. HARVEY William Fryer Harvey was born in 1885, in Yorkshire, England to a well-to-do Quaker family. He was educated at Balliol College Oxford where he eventually obtained a medical degree. After traveling abroad to recover from bad health, he published his first book of short stories entitled MIDNIGHT HOUSE (1910). Serving as a surgeon-lieutenant […]

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