Driven to Madness with Fright: Further Notes on Horror Fiction by S. T. Joshi, 2016

Anything by writer and scholar S. T. Joshi is a must read. Joshi lends a credibility and and intellectual element to the reading and study of horror, weird, and supernatural in fiction in academia and pop culture.

The Sanguine Woods

Screenshot_2017-04-02-18-35-11 Cover art by Allen Koszowski, 2016

 

Table of Contents

I. The Classics
From Gothic to Weird
The Canon of American Weird Fiction
Weird Poetry, Then and Now
Poe as Revolutionary
The Life and Work of Ambrose Bierce
A Biography of the Mind
Shirley Jackson as a Classic

II. Some Contemporaries
Terror in the Northwest
Campbell and Lovecraft
Rain, Rain, Everywhere
Fifty Years of Ramsey Campbell
Terror in a Sentence
The Sublime and the Ridiculous
Just Like the Movies
A Slow-Moving Tsunami
A Modern “Heart of Darkness”
Sculptures in Prose
The Mystery Man of Weird Fiction
Spanning the Genres with William F. Nolan
Of Revenants and Seedy Taverns
Road Dogs and Iron Dead

III. Some Anthologies
Driven to Madness with Fright
A Smorgasbord of Weird
Chambers, Lovecraft, and Pastiche
The Anthologies of Jason V Brock and William F. Nolan

IV. H. P. Lovecraft: His Disciples and His Critics
The Emergence…

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