Frontispiece: An Abandoned Town
(Fernand Khnopff, 1858-1921)
THE MAN WHO COLLECTED MACHEN AND OTHER STORIES
by Mark Samuels
Cover art: Promethée by Jean Delville, 1912
Publication Date: April 2010
Special oversized, sewn hardcover, limited to 200 copies, 127 pp with end papers
Mark Samuels is one of the few modern masters of the weird tale. He has enjoyed effusive praise from the likes of Thomas Ligotti, Ramsey Campbell and T.E.D. Klein. In his latest collection of tales he demonstrates the sense of mystical awe and horror coupled with an elegant prose style that has made his name a byword for fantastic fiction of the highest quality. Where nightmares become reality, where shadows are bright, where the future is already decayed and dying, here, within the pages of this volume, you will find a consummation devoutly to be wished.
Glickman the Bibliophile
The Man Who Collected Machen
A Slave of Melancholy
A Question of Obeying Orders
The Age of Decayed Futurity
The Black Mould
Nor Unto Death Utterly
A Contaminated Text
A Great Life Spoilt
The Man Who Collected Machen and Other Stories is a special oversized, hardcover book of 127 pages with endpapers and a full-colour frontispiece. Edition limited to 200 copies.
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