Thursday, February 18, 2010

The weird world of Arthur Machen.

Dr. Adrian Eckersley of the Friends of Arthur Machen discusses with Malcolm Hopkins the career of Arthur Llewellyn Jones, aka Arthur Machen (1863–1947)—who inspired H. P. Lovecraft, among others, with works such as "The Great God Pan" (1894) and "The Inmost Light" (1894)—in this broadcast from the "Lost Steps" program of London's Resonance 104.4fm.

Clues 25.1 (2006) featured Paul Fox's "Eureka in Yellow: The Art of Detection in Arthur Machen's Keynote Mysteries."

(Hat tip to D. C. Rose. About the image: Arthur Machen, NYPL)

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