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James Doig – Australian Gothic

Posted by demonik on May 11, 2009

James Doig (ed.) – Australian Gothic: An Anthology of Australian Supernatural Fiction: 1867-1939 (Equilibrium Books, 2007)


Mary Fortune (1833-?) – The Spirits of the Tower
B.L. Farjeon (1838-1903) – Little Liz
G. A. Walstab (1834-1909) – The House by the River
J. E. P. Muddock (1843-1934) – The Ghost from the Sea
Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) – Spirit-Led
Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) – A Haunt of the Jinkarras
Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) – The Boundary Rider’s Story
Marcus Clarke (1846-1881) – Cannabis Indica
Hume Nesbit (1849-1923) – Norah and the Fairies
Rosa Praed (1851-1935) – The Ghost-Monk
Louis Becke (1855-1913) – Lupton’s Guest: A Memory of the Eastern Pacific
Fergus Hume (1859-1932) – A Colonial Banshee
A. F. Basset Hull (1862-1945) – A Strange Experience
Francis Faucett (1866-?) – A Bushman’s Story
Guy Boothby (1867-1905) – The Death Child
Lionel Sparrow (1867-1936) – The Jewelled Hand
Lionel Sparrow (1867-1936) – The Vengeance of the Dead
Beatrice Grimshaw (1871-1953) – The Cave
Beatrice Grimshaw (1871-1953) – The Forest of Lost Men
James Francis Dwyer (1874-1952) – The Cave of the Invisible
William Hay (1875-1945) – Where the Butterflies Come From
W. W. Lamble (1876-1958) – The Vampire
Dulcie Dreamer (1890-1972) – Hallowe’en

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