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At some point I’ll do a proper post on Walter de la Mare (1873–1956), author of long-time fave Memoirs of a Midget.

For now I want to include de la Mare in the “October special" feature on masters of the macabre. I wrote about his story "Seaton’s Aunt" for a feature on horror at The Second Pass. (I had no idea John Crowley would also be part of that feature!)

Image: actual cigarette card via nypl digital.

(Note: I work for Paul Dry Books, who publish reprints of Memoirs of a Midget and de la Mare’s Desert Islands. Hence I sadly speak from a position of authority—brooding over sales figures—when I claim him to be a Writer No One Reads.)

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