The Wall Street Journal on Ray Russell


October 16, 2015 by Laird

Michael Calia has done a series of exemplary essays on weird fiction and cinema this past year or two, from his True Detective coverage to the resurgence of Thomas Ligotti, and now a piece on Penguin Classics reissue of Ray Russell’s The Case Against Satan.

I’m gratified to be alive at a time when the weird and the macabre are so celebrated by the mainstream. Long may the trend continue.

image via Speakeasy

2 thoughts on “The Wall Street Journal on Ray Russell

  1. Jonathan Sprague says:

    And I’m grateful to live at a time when great weird fiction is being penned by contemporary authors who are not afraid to share some of themselves on social media. That’s a double plus for weird fiction readers.

  2. Laird says:

    Thanks, Jonathan.

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