Letters from the Dead, Edited by Julian Hawthorne, Fiction, Anthologies
In the first decade of the twentieth century, Julian Hawthorne -- son of Nathaniel Hawthorne and not only a talented writer in his own right, but a writer who spent his entire life proving himself, over and over again -- in the first decade of the twentieth century, Julian Hawthorne collected his favorite weird stories from writers around the world and organized them, mostly geographically, for Scribners -- which published them in a series of "mystery" anthologies under the "Lock and Key Library" rubric. More rightly, the anthologies are Weird Fiction -- some of the stories are mystery; some would do well published as modern horror, or SF, or fantasy; all of them exquisite and of interest to modern genre readers.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 152 x 233 x 17mm | 404g
- 01 Jul 2002
- Borgo Press
- Rockville, MD, United States
- Illustrations, black and white