My self-published collection of essays about Hodgson (entitled, oddly enough, HODGSON: A Collection of Essays) is now available from Amazon. You can get it by going to this link here:
(Or just search for “Sam Gafford” in Amazon. Feels kinda odd to have a page of listings in Amazon even if most of the things there aren’t available.)
As I mentioned before, this is a collection of several of my essays along with some of what I considered to be the most important posts from this blog. Included are “Writing Backwards: The Novels of William Hope Hodgson” and “Houdini v Hodgson: The Challenge at Blackburn” as well as several helpful chronologies of Hodgson’s life and work and several other significant items.
It’s a slim volume at only 72 pages which is why I have it priced at only $9.95. I’d appreciate any feedback and reviews if anyone has the chance or inclination.
I will have copies of this book at Necronomicon (in two weeks! yikes!) which I will happily sign for anyone who buys a copy. Also, if you aren’t going to Necronomicon but would still like a signed copy, I’ll be selling them myself as well. Just contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
An e-book version is forthcoming as soon as I can resolve some formatting issues which are about as mysterious as the identity of Jack the Ripper!
This is a bit of an experiment for me so I’m hoping that it does well and there will be further volumes in the future!