ROBERT AICKMAN

www.robertaickman.com

Master of the modern strange tale, novelist, critic, editor, literary agent and saviour of the British waterways, Robert Aickman (1914-1981) is best known as one of the most accomplished writers of ghost stories of the twentieth century.

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WRITTEN REFERENCES

 

Allison, William, "Ringing the Changes: Notes on Collecting Robert Aickman", All Hallows 18, 1998.

 

Anderson, Douglas A., "Report on the Aickman Archives", All Hallows 20, 1999.

 

Anderson, Douglas A. , "Some Notes on Aickman's Plays", Wormwood 17, Tartarus Press, 2011.

 

Andriano, Joseph, Our Ladies of Darkness: Feminine Daemonology in Male Gothic Fiction, Pennsylvania University Press, 1993.

 

Anon., "Robert (Fordyce) Aickman, 1914-1981)", Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, Vol. 72, Gale.

 

Anon., "Robert ( Fordyce) Aickman, 1914-1981.", Contemporary Literary Criticism, Ed. Roger Matuz, Gale.

 

Anon., "Robert Aickman", World Authors 1980-1985, Wilson, 1991.

 

Ashley, Mike, "Robert Aickman,", Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, Taplinger, 1977.

 

Ashley, Mike, "The Strange World of Robert Aickman: A Retrospective", Horrorstruck 2.2, 1988.

 

Bell, Peter, "The Void Behind the Face of Order: Robert Aickman, Anthologist of the Ghost Story", Wormwood 10, Tartarus Press, 2008

 

Bolton, David, Race Against Time: How Britain's Waterways Were Saved, Methuen (London), 1990.

 

Bloom, Harold, ed, "Robert Aickman", Modern Horror Writers, Chelsea House, 1995.

 

Briggs, Scott D., "Robert Aickman: Sojourns into the Unknown", Studies In Weird Fiction 12, Necronomicon Press ,1993.

 

Cavaliero, Glen, "Afterword'" to "The Fully Conducted Tour", Wormwood 5, Tartarus Press, 2005.

 

Challinor, Philip, "Ravishing Art: Robert Aickman's 'Ravissante' ", Studies In Weird Fiction 27, Necronomicon Press, 2005.

 

Challinor, Philip, "A Walk in the Woods: On Robert Aickman’s 'Bind Your Hair' ", Wormwood 13, Tartarus Press, 2009.

 

Challinor, Philip, "A Beauty, an Inspiration and an Unreality: On Robert Aickman’s 'Letters to the Postman' ", Wormwood 18, Tartarus Press, 2012.

 

Clute, John, "Robert Aickman", Supernatural Fiction Writers: Fantasy and Horror,2 vols, Ed. E.F. Bleiler, Scribners, 1985.

 

Clute, John, "Robert Aickman, 1914-1981", Strokes: Essays and Reviews, 1966-1986, Serconia 1988.

 

Clute, John, "Robert (Fordyce) Aickman, 1914-1981", The Encyclopedia of Fantasy., Ed. John Clute and John Grant, St.Martin's Press, 1997.

 

Colby, Vineta, ed., "Robert Aickman", World Authors 1980-1985, H.W. Wilson, 1990.

 

Cox, Greg, The Transylvanian Library: A Consumer's Guide to Vampire Fiction, Borgo Press, 1993.

 

Cox, Michael, "Robert Aickman", A Dictionary of Writers and Their Works, Oxford University Press, 2001.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "The Modern Masters, 1920-1980", Horror Literature: A Core Collection and Reference Guide, Ed. Marshall B. Tymn, R.R. Bowker, 1981.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "Love and Death in the Tales of Robert Aickman", Nyctalops 18, 1983.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "The Short Fiction of Aickman," Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature, Ed. Keith Neilson, Salem Press, 1983.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "Robert Aickman: Notes for a Biography", Fantasy Commentator 5.4, 1986.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "Robert Fordyce Aickman, 1914-1981", The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, Ed. Jack Sulivan, Viking, 1986.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "The Poetics of the Unconscious: The 'Strange Stories' of Robert Aickman", Discovering Modern Horror Fiction II, Starmont House, 1988.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "Robert Aickman: A Bibliography", Fantasy Commentator 9.2, 1997.

 

Crawford, Gary William, "Robert Aickman", British Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers since 1960, Vol. 261 of The Dictionary of Literary Biography, Ed. Darren Harris-Fain., Thomson Gale, 2002.

 

Crawford, Gary William, Robert Aickman: An Introduction, Gothic Press, 2003.

 

Cutler, Colin, "Late Night Horror: 'Ringing the Changes' ", All Hallows 20, 1999.

 

Dalby, Richard, "The 'Strange' World of Robert Aickman", Book and Magazine Collector 190, 2000.

 

Dingwall, Eric J., Kathleen M. Godney, and Trevor H. Hall, The Haunting of Borley Rectory, Duckworth, 1956.

 

Dirda, Michael, Bound to Please, W.W. Norton & Co Ltd, 2004.

 

Dirda, Michael, "Crossing into Darkness: Robert Aickman's 'Strange Stories'", Washington Post, Book World, 11 December, 1988.

 

Dirda, Michael, "Robert Aickman’s The Wine-Dark Sea", All Hallows 33, 2003.

 

Dirda, Michael, "The October Country", Readings: Essays and Literary Entertainments, Indiana University Press, 2000.

 

Dziemianowicz, Stefan, "Contemporary Horror Fiction, 1950-1988, Fantasy and Horror: A Critical and Historical Guide to Literature, Illustration, Film, TV, Radio, and the Internet, Ed. Neil Barron, Scarecrow Press, 1999.

 

Eatman, John, "Aickman’s ‘Those Same Bears’: The Phenomenology of Contranatural Selection", All Hallows 20, 1999.

 

Fonseca, Anthony J., and June Pullium, eds, Hooked on Horror: A Guide to Reading Interests in Horror Fiction, Libraries Unlimited, 2003.

 

Fonseca, Tony, "Robert Fordyce Aickman", Supernatural Literature of the World, Ed. S.T. Joshi and Stefan Dziemianowicz, Greenwood Press, 2005.

 

Hills, C.A.R., "Aickman, Robert Fordyce (1914-1981)", Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004.

 

Howard, Elizabeth Jane, Slipstream: A Memoir, Macmillan, 2002.

 

Joshi, S.T., "So Little Is Definite", Million: The Magazine about Popular Fiction 12, November-December 1992.

ditto, reprinted as "Robert Aickman: So Little Is Definite" in Studies in Weird Fiction 18, Necronomicon Press,1996.

 

Joshi, S.T., "Robert Aickman", St. James Guide to Gothic, Ghost and Horror Writers, Ed. David Pringle, St. James Press, 1998.

 

Joshi, S.T., The Modern Weird Tale, McFarland & Company. 2001.

 

Klein, T.E.D., "An Afternoon With Robert Aickman", Weirdly Supernatural 1, 2002.

 

Krijnen-Kemp, R. J., "Diamonds in Shadow: Part 1 (Robert Aickman)", Sackcloth & Ashes 4, 1999.

 

Lane, Joel, "The Double Edge: Robert Aickmam", All Hallows 2, 1990.

 

Lane, Joel, "Forever Always Ends: Robert Aickman’s Visions of Afterlife" (part one), Wormwood 20, Tartarus Press, 2013.

 

Longhorn, David, "Big Bad Baffling Bob", All Hallows 20, 1999.

 

Mackersey, Ian, Tom Rolt and the Cressy Years, M&M Baldwin, 1991.

 

Mariconda, Steven J., "The Haunted House: Robert Aickman", Icons of Horror and the Supernatural: An Encyclopedia of Our Worst Nightmares, 2 vols, Ed. S.T. Joshi, Greenwood Press, 2007.

 

Morgan, Pauline, "Robert Aickman", Guide to Literary Masters and Their Works,Salem Press.

 

Morris, Christine Pasanen, "The Female 'Outsider' in the Short Fiction of Robert Aickman", Nyctalops 18, 1983.

 

Neilson, Keith, "Contemporary Horror Fiction, 1950-1988", Horror Literature: A Reader's Guide, Ed. Neil Barron, Garland, 1980.

 

Ricketts, Martin, "Enigma Macabre - An Evaluation of the Short Stories of Robert Aickman", Voices From Shadow, Shadow Publishing, 1994.

 

Straub, Peter, "Introduction," The Wine-Dark Sea, Arbor House, 1988.

 

Suggs, Rob, "Those Same Bears", All Hallows 20, 1999.

 

Valentine, Mark, "Studies of Sad Beauty: Robert Aickman, Philip Steegman & Arthington Worsley", Haunted By Books, Tartarus Press, 2015.

 

Wilcox, Jason, "The Shadow Woman: A Re-reading of Robert Aickman’s 'The Trains' ", Wormwood 24, Tartarus Press, 2015.

 

 

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