THE GHOST PIRATES
William Hope Hodgson
To Mary Whalley
“Olden memories that shine against death’s
Quiet stars of sweet enchantments,
William Hope Hodgson, an acknowledged master of horror, science fiction, and the supernatural, is also the author of a classic work of occult detection, Carnacki, The Ghost-finder (1913). The fundamen...
Though primarily a writer of the mysteries and horrors of life at sea, William Hope Hodgson is best remembered for two apocalyptic fantasies that presaged the terminal landscapes of later twentieth-ce...
Never a member of the literary establishment, William Hope Hodgson achieved no great fame as a writer, but he is one of the few minor Edwardian writers of horror fiction whose work is regularly republ...
The influence of the works of William Hope Hodgson on the literature of fantasy and science fiction has yet to be fully charted. Writers as diverse as H. P. Lovecraft, Olaf Stapledon, and Dennis Yates...