Short Story Saturday – A Vintage from Atlantis by Clark Ashton Smith

It’s Short Story Saturday! This week it’s Clark Ashton Smith‘s A Vintage from Atlantis. A Vintage from Atlantis written by Clark Ashton Smith 1933 From Weird Tales Volume 22, Issue 3 I thank you, friend, but I am no drinker of wine, not even if it be the rarest Canary or the oldest Amontillado. Wine … Continue reading Short Story Saturday – A Vintage from Atlantis by Clark Ashton Smith

Short Story Saturday – The Werewolf Howls by Clifford Ball

The Werewolf HowlsBY CLIFFORD BALLThe men who were waiting for that wolf had silver bullets in their muskets. Twilight had come upon the slopes of die vineyards, and a gentle, caressing breeze drifted through the open casement to stir into further disorder the papers upon the desk where Monsieur Etienne Delacroix was diligently applying himself. He … Continue reading Short Story Saturday – The Werewolf Howls by Clifford Ball

Montague Rhodes James

M.R. James (b. 1862) is perhaps one of the most understated writers of odd ghost stories of all time. Many of his stories take place at Oxbridge and other places with a very English feel, reflecting the life of the author himself. James also catalogued medieval manuscripts (see below), for which he was well-respected during his … Continue reading Montague Rhodes James