Oct 30, 2021
Skinwalkers! Psychic Vampires! Desert Gods! Cat People! Pagan Sex Beasts! Sentient Forests! Witchcraft! Ancient lands that Feed on humans! Mountain and Snow Goddesses!
The Weird Fiction of the 19th and 20th Centuries paved the way for modern horror and science fiction, and one of the greatest voices was Algernon Blackwood, whose work inspired none other than H.P. Lovecraft.
Join my guest, Scarlett Amaris (H.P. Lovecraft's Color out of Space, The Theatre Bizarre, and the Saurimonde book trilogy) as we look at some of our favorite Blackwood short stories and discuss his amazing life (he said all his stories were "autobiographical") and his influence on modern horror!
I hope you enjoy the show!
Algernon Blackwood stories:
The Wendigo (1910)
The Touch of Pan (1907)
The Glamour of the Snow (1912)
The Transfer (1912)
The Valley of the Beasts (1921)
Ancient Sorceries (1906)
The Man Whom the Trees Loved (1912)
The Pikestaffe Case (1924)
The Occupant in the Room (1917)
The Willows (1907)
Starlight man: The extraordinary life of Algernon Blackwood by Michael Ashley (2001)
Books by other Authors:
Shadowland -Peter Straub (1980)
Ghost Story -Peter Straub (1979)
Kwaidan (film) (1965)
Burnt Offerings -Robert Marasco (1973)
Christine -Stephen King (1983)