Yesterday brought me a package that caused pretty much the same reaction in me. It was my contributor’s copies of WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON: VOICES FROM THE BORDERLAND! Now, this isn’t exactly my first time seeing my name in print but, in many ways, this is one of the most important times.
This book represents the culmination of many years of work and, I am going to very uncharacteristically brag here, is one of the most important volumes about Hodgson to ever be printed. So this book means a lot to me for several reasons and I’m very proud to have been a part of it.
A number of years ago, Massimo Berrutti contacted me about a collection of critical articles about Hodgson that he wanted to compile. I immediately knew that there was a dire need of such a collection and was happy to contribute material for it. After some…
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