I regularly scour the internet for new Hodgson related items. Here are a few of the newest ones I’ve found:
THESE FANTASTIC WORLDS has a nice essay on WHH and the blurb at the end mentions a forthcoming edition of THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND from Flame Tree 451. I am not familiar with this. Can anyone shed some light on this edition or publisher?
WORMWOODIANA gives a nice mention about the second issue of SARGASSO which everyone reading this has ordered, right? ;)
Dani Zweig gives a nice review of some Hodgson titles. I particularly like this closing paragraph:
As I indicated with respect to “The Night Land”, I can only give an ambivalent recommendation. If you like plot-driven fantasy, Hodgson’s books don’t have much in the way of plot. If you like character-driven fantasy, you’re in no better shape. If you’re attracted by the prospect of seeing a talent which can work language so as to shape and sustain a mood across hundreds of pages, you’ll want to read Hodgson — because there’s virtually nobody else.
TVtropes has a listing for Hodgson which I found very amusing!
James Bojaciuk pointed me to a very interesting article called “Physics in Carnacki’s Investigations“.
I may have mentioned this one before but James also reminded me of the entertaining “Carnacki Cinematograph“.
Now that Mike Bukowski has completed posting his drawings of Hodgsonian monsters at his blog (yog-blogsoth), it’s the perfect time to revisit the blog and see any that you might have missed! The one of the monster from “A Tropical Horror” is my favorite!
As always, if you know of any interesting Hodgson bits floating around the net, please let me know!