WORMWOOD

Wormwood is a bi-annual magazine of writings about fantasy, supernatural and decadent literature.  Edited by Mark Valentine and published by Tartarus Press, issue 21 appeared in November 2013.  We here list a selection of articles. Click for more information.

Douglas A. Anderson

Introduction to William Hope Hodgson’s ‘The Psychology of Species’

6

Spring 2006

Mark Andresen

An Outsider Confined: The Stifled Voice of John Evelyn Barlas

21

Autumn 2013

Brian R. Banks

Poland’s Arch-Decadent: Stanislaw Przybyszewski

6

Spring 2006

Tara Isabella Burton

Barbey D’Aurevilly: Re-evaluating the Place of Diabolism in Les Diaboliques

21

Autumn 2013

Ray Cavanaugh

A Note on Vincent O’Sullivan

16

Spring 2011

William Charlton

G.K. Chesterton: Artist of Fantasy and the Grotesque

7

Autumn 2006

Daniel Corrick

Songs of the Archangel: Halcyon & Other Poems of Gabriele d’Annunzio in English

17

Autumn 2011

Adam Daly

The Man Who Never Was: An Appreciation of Fernando Pessoa

2

Spring 2004

Adam Daly Lautréamont: Count of Cult-Authors, Master of Malevolence, Hero of Situationists

8

Spring 2007

Adam Daly Gerard de Nerval: Exotic Voyager, Hashish Dreamer, Accursed Suicidalist

15

Autumn 2010

Adrian Eckersley

A Great Labyrinth of Stories: Count Jan Potocki’s The Saragossa Manuscript

9

Autumn 2007

Paul Fox

A Manifest Aesthetic: Georges Rodenbach and the City of Bruges

9

Autumn 2007

Paul Fox

The Maghreb and the Art of Living: André Gide’s The Immoralist

11

Autumn 2008

Paul Fox

Contra Grundy: William Sharp and The Pagan Review

18

Spring 2012

William Hope Hodgson

The Psychology of Species

6

Spring 2006

John Howard Old England, New England: M.R. James, Mary Wilkins Freeman and Sarah Orne Jewett

6

Spring 2006

RJ Krijnen-Kemp

Lilies Among the Thorns: An Overview of American Decadence

17

Autumn 2011

Jyri-Pekka Luoma

Phantasmagoria and Psyche in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

2

Spring 2004

Guy de Maupassant Maison Turque (translated by Reggie Oliver) 13

Autumn 2009

Reggie Oliver

Maison Turque, or, The House of the Rose Leaf: Maupassant’s Obscene Farce

13

Autumn 2009

Albert Power Wilkie Collins and the Ghostly Tale 12 Spring 2009
Jason Rolfe

The Autobiographical Nature of Fr. Rolfe’s The Weird of the Wanderer

19

Autumn 2012

Brian J. Showers

Bram Stoker and Another Dracula

19

Autumn 2012

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

1

Autumn 2003

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

2

Spring 2004

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

3

Autumn 2004

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

4

Spring 2005

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

5

Autumn 2005

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

6

Spring 2006

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

7

Autumn 2006

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

8

Spring 2007

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

9

Autumn 2007

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

10

Spring 2008

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

11

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

12

Spring 2009

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

13

Autumn 2009

Brian Stableford

The Decadent World-View

14

Spring 2010

Benjamin Szumskyj

Outer Monstrosities: William Hope Hodgson’s “The Hog”

12

Spring 2009

Simon Whitechapel

Loving God and the Dead: Language and Theme in the Stories of Théophile Gautier

11

Autumn 2008

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