Egaeus Press: UK.: 2017.
Edition: First edition (& 1st printing).
Condition: Fine copy in pictorial boards, as issued without dustjacket (as new).
''a haunted, haunting work. Summoning up Lucian Taylor, the hallucinated hero of Arthur Machen's The Hill of Dreams, Nina channels the curious, captivating story of what happened to Lucian's literary masterpiece after his death, and how it both saves and destroys those who come across it after it is posthumously published. Shot through with decadence, poetry, opium, and incense, with the ghost of Lionel Johnson as psychopomp and the Great God Pan heavy in the fields, this is a beautifully written proem: witty, crepuscular, enchanting, surprising'' (David Tibet). ''decadent in sty... View More...