Rescued from Oblivion

MACHEN STUDY NO. 42

arthur-1920wDale Nelson provides a book review of Mist and Mystery: “Darkly Bright just issued Mist and Mystery, a new book of century-old pieces taken from nearly 20 years of T. P.’s Weekly. Most of the items have never been reprinted.”


No One Knows The Hour: a short prose work by Joshua Alan Sturgill

The Pilgrimage, Book II: Part 22 by Phillip Neal Tippin


THE WEEKLY MACHEN

My Book Shelf: To read “Tales from Ariosto” after a good deal of modern stuff in fiction is to pass from the asphalt courtyard of the Model Dwellings to the old enchanted forests; to breathe the winds of perilous faery seas in place of the stifling city air.

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