PF and Pulp Horror arrived in Canberra yesterday. Liked the photo of the Fanatics - especially pleased that they're about the same vintage as me, so I'm not the only one who has wasted time, money and space on cheap paperbacks. Graham Andrew's article on Margaret St Clair was welcome. It's a little known fact that Graeme Flanagan published a short (22pp) pamphlet on her, which included a biography, bibliography and a reprint of "The Corn Dance" from Weird Tales. I'm sure it's okay if I reproduce the first couple of pages here:
That was fascinating to read more about Margaret St. Clair. I've been meaning to track down a copy of Sign of the Labrys for years. As I'm sure most readers know, "Mrs. Hawk" was brilliantly dramatized on Boris Karloff's Thriller series in the early 1960s, with Jo van Fleet in the title role and John Carradine delightfully devious as always.