The Black Pilgrimage 2: Further Explorations in Supernatural Fiction (Paperback)
THE GHOSTLY WORK OF M.R. JAMES
The celebrated writer M.R. James is arguably the most significant author of ghost stories in the world. His macabre work has terrified and fascinated readers for over a hundred years. Now collected in this second volume, here are a further forty-one essays by editor and James scholar Rosemary Pardoe.
As well as James and Jamesian related writings by the likes of Robert Lloyd Parry, Michael Harrison and Fritz Leiber, essays include the work of Helen Grant, Mackenzie Crook, Mark Valentine, Elizabeth Hand and others, some from the tiny-circulation 'zine Lady Wardrop's Journal.
Also included in this volume are Ghosts & Scholars columns (Lady Wardrop's Notes), plus seven introductions and two booklets written by the author.