BROWSE BOOKS by AUTHOR



 

 
 
Writers of Classic Ghost Stories, Horror, and Weird Fiction
—  from Mary Shelley to M. R. James —



N  O  T  E :

We define the "Classic Era" of supernatural horror in literature as either:
Speculative fiction written between 1795 (The Monk) and 1935 (The Haunter in the Dark), or: 
Speculative fiction by authors born between the Industrial and Victorian Eras (1760 - 1901).





 

J. SHERIDAN LE FANU

GASTON LEROUX

H. P. LOVECRAFT

ARTHUR MACHEN

GUY DE MAUPASSANT

EDITH NESBIT

FITZ-JAMES O'BRIEN

OLIVER ONIONS*

EDGAR ALLAN POE

MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

BRAM STOKER

(See Also: Dracula)

H. G. WELLS

(See Also: The Invisible Man)

EDITH WHARTON*

OSCAR WILDE

* These collections are currently on our to-do list

This collection is currently in process; coming soon!

FORTY-FIVE  AUTHORS  of  CLASSIC  HORROR

NOT  INCLUDED  IN  OUR  CATALOGUE

WHO STILL DESERVE A GOOD LOOK

S. Baring-Gould  

A. C. Benson   

R. H. Benson   

Mary E. Braddon

Rhoda Broughton

Marjorie Bowen

Edward Bulwer-Lytton

A. M. Burrage

Bernard Capes

Willa Cather

Irvin S. Cobb

Wilkie Collins

Dinah Craik

Ralph Adams Cram

Walter de la Mare

Amelia B. Edwards

Erckmann & Chatrian

Mary E. Wilkins Freeman

Elizabeth Gaskell  

Stefan Grabinksi

H. Rider Haggard

Thomas Hardy

L. P. Hartley

W. F. Harvey

Lafcadio Hearn

Violet Hunt

Jerome K. Jerome

Sarah Orne Jewett

Perceval Landon

Vernon Lee

R. H. Malden

M. G. "Monk" Lewis

Gustav Meyrink

Mary Louisa Molesworth 

Elliott O'Donnell

Margaret Oliphant

Barry Pain

Charlotte Riddell

Saki (H. H. Munro)

Sir Walter Scott

Clark Ashton Smith

M. P. Shiel

E. G. Swain

H. R. Wakefield  

Ellen Wood