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Mundy's main venue was the pulp magazine Adventure. It was primarily through the tales that appeared in its pages that Mundy influenced the First Dynasty of sword and sorcery authors. He affected Robert E. Howard and Fritz Leiber strongly.
Micah S. Harris is a writer in the New Pulp movement community who seems to have an encyclopedic knowledge of many disparate subjects. “The Goat of St. Elster” originally appeared in Tales of the Shadowmen volume thirteen, Sang Froid.
This week: Gene Wolfe, Leigh Brackett, classic horror and SF reviews, and more.
On this date in 1918, William Hope Hodgson met his fate in the blood-soaked, shambolic trenches of northern France, well-nigh disintegrated by a German mortar round. He was forty-one years old. England and the world lost a weird fiction author possessed of rare gifts on that spring day.
DMR Books is proud to present our next publication: The Chronicles of Caylen-Tor, a collection of three exciting novellas by Byron A. Roberts.
James Branch Cabell was, by far, the preeminent American literary fantasist of the 1920s and early '30s. And yet, he is barely known outside hardcore literary fantasy circles now.