Richard Dalby

Standard Name: Dalby, Richard


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Anthologization B. M. Croker
In 1893 BMC published with Chatto and Windus a volume of short stories, notably ghost stories, entitled To Let. It was re-issued the following year in the Piccadilly Novels series, and many of the...
Publishing Louisa Baldwin
The original edition of nine stories was illustrated by J. Ayton Symington .
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
A new, limited edition (500 copies) from Ash-Tree Press of Ashcroft, British Columbia, 2001 (edited by John Pelan and Richard Dalby
Publishing Dorothy Boulger
DB published a collection of stories in 1889 entitled Not for the Night-Time. One of these stories, Dog or Demon?, was included in The Mammoth Book of Victorian and Edwardian Ghost Stories...
Textual Production Amelia B. Edwards
ABE produced about a dozen novels before turning her attention to Egyptology.
Betham-Edwards, Matilda. Reminiscences. G. Redway, p. vi, 354 pp.
A selection of her short fiction was recently collected and re-issued in 2008 as All Saints Eve: The Murder Mysteries of Amelia...
Textual Production Margery Lawrence
ML 's ghost stories have been frequently anthologised. They appear in, for instance, Fifty Strangest Stories Ever Told (1937), The Virago Book of Ghost Stories: The Twentieth Century (1987), and Vampire Stories (1993).
Clute, John, and John Grant, editors. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. St Martin’s Press.
under Lawrence, Margery


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Uglow, Jennifer S. “Introduction”. The Virago Book of Ghost Stories, edited by Richard Dalby, Virago, 1987, p. ix - xvi.
Uglow, Jennifer S. The Virago Book of Ghost Stories. Editor Dalby, Richard, Virago, 1987.
Dalby, Richard, editor. Vampire Stories. Castle Books, 1993.