Thursday, July 12, 2018

More praise for Dale Nelson's LADY STANHOPE'S MANUSCRIPT & OS

Another good review of Dale Nelson's debut collection has just appeared.  It's by Rob Grano, and it appears at the website of the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal:

Nelson, Associate Professor of English at Mayville State University, North Dakota, has been writing ghostly tales and “strange stories” for the small press since the early 1990s, and this new book collects eleven of the best of them. Ranging from brief tales of only a few pages to longer novella-length stories, Nelson’s fictions show a deft writerly hand combined with a sure sense of storytelling. . . . All in all, this is a fine collection of “experiments in the moral imagination,” one which any fan of Kirk’s stories, or supernatural stories in general, should enjoy.

For the full review, click here.

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