Alfred McLelland Burrage (1880–1956) was a prolific British writer remembered most fondly for his tales of horror. His two most famous collections are Some Ghost Stories (1927) and Someone in the Room (1931, written under the pseudonym “Ex-Private X”). Burrage’s short fiction has been widely anthologized.
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- IN THE MEDIA: Peninsula Sinking by David HuebertDecember 6, 2017 - 11:00 am
Peninsula Sinking offers up eight urgent and electric meditations on the mysteries of death and life, of grief and love, and never shies away from the joy and horror of our submerging world. Check out the buzz on David Huebert’s debut short fiction collection: Quill & Quire: Book Review “…establishes Huebert as one of Canada’s […]