A Midwinter Entertainment.

By: Beech, Mark (ed.)

Price: £35.00

Quantity: 8 available

Anthology: including a brand new Connoisseur tale by Mark Valentine & John Howard, a smattering of rarely collected obscurities, a couple of never before translated artefacts and much more. 286 pages: Contents: Meet Me at the Frost Fair by Alison Littlewood, The Monkey & Basil Holderness by Vincent O’Sullivan, A Matter of Fact by Marion Fox, The Ruddy-Cheeked Boy (A Tale in Homage to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Snow-Image’) by Sheryl Humphrey, Drebbel, Zander & Zervan by Ron Weighell, Second Master by Mark Valentine, Window Widows by Avalon Brantley, The Secret by Anatole Le Braz (first English translation, by George Berguño), The Longing for Which by Sara Rich, Barefoot Withouten Shoon by Tina Rath, A Winter’s Night by Arthur Symons, How Shall Dead Men Sing? (The Supernatural Affair of Lord Alfred Douglas & Oscar Wilde) by Nina Antonia, Better Than Borley Rectory by Jane Fox, The Harmony of Death (A Pianist's Most Terrible Experience) by Havelock Ettrick, Il va neiger... by Francis Jammes (first English translation, by George Berguño), The Celestial Tobacconist by Mark Valentine & John Howard, Finvarragh by Nora Hopper, From the Mouth of Mad Pratt by Ross Smeltzer, In St. James’s Park by Hubert Crackanthorpe, Aut Diabolus Aut Nihil by X.L. and Somewhere Snow by Jonathan Wood. 400 copies printed.

Title: A Midwinter Entertainment.

Author Name: Beech, Mark (ed.)


Edition: First edition (& 1st printing).

Publisher: Egaeus Press: UK.: 2016.

ISBN Number: 0993527833

ISBN Number 13: 9780993527838

Binding: Hardcover.

Book Condition: Fine copy in pictorial boards, as issued without dustjacket (as new).

Seller ID: 41773