“A Review of The Paris Review’s Overproduced Podcast” from Biblioklept

In his introduction to the first episode of The Paris Review Podcast, former editor Lorin Stein tells us that we’re going to hear some great writing. He then claims, “what you won’t hear is much in the way of hosting from me or anyone else. We’re just going to let the writing speak for itself, the way […]

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Article on Clark Ashton Smith from Horror Delve

Clark Ashton Smith was an painter, poet, sculpture and writer born in 1893 in California. He had several horror, fantasy and science fiction stories published in Weird Tales and other pulp magazines of the time. This led to his developing a thriving correspondence with both H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. I particularly love Smith’s […]

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