Jim Rockhill - Bibliography

 

Fiction

 

  • “Preserves” appears in Supernatural Tales 9, edited by David Longhorn (2005).

 

Articles

 

  • “Cruel Love, Cruel Death: Vernon Lee’s ‘Amour Dure’ ”, with John “rbadac” Eatman; in All Hallows 27 (June 2001). 

  • “The Poetics of Morbidity: The Original Text to Clark Ashton Smith’s ‘The Maze of Maal Dweb’ and Other Works First Published in The Double Shadow and Other Fantasies”; in Lost Worlds, Issue No. 1, edited by Scott Connors (Seele Brennt Publications, 2004).

  • “Leonid Andreyev”, “Marjorie Bowen”, “Robert Browning”, “Steve Duffy”, “Dorothy K, Haynes”, “Heinrich Kleist”, “Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu”, “Bob Leman”, “John Pelan”, “Jessica Amanda Salmonson”, “John Webster”; in Encyclopedia of Supernatural Fiction of the World, edited by S. T. Joshi & Stefan Dziemianowicz (Greenwood Press, 2005).

  • “As Shadows Wait Upon the Sun: The Zothique Tales of Clark Ashton Smith”; in The Freedom Of Fantastic Thing: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith, edited by Scott Connors (Hippocampus Press, 2006).

  • “Thin Ghosts: Notes Toward a Jamesian Rhetoric”; in Warnings to the Curious: A Sheaf of Criticism on M. R. James, edited by S. T. Joshi and Rosemary Pardoe (Hippocampus Press, 2007).

  • “Bob Leman” and “Meredith Ann Pierce” for Encyclopedia of the Vampire, edited by S. T. Joshi (Greenwood Press, 2010).

  • “Some Notes on Le Fanu’s Beatrice” by Philip A. Ellis and Jim Rockhill; in The Green Book 3, edited by Brian J. Showers (Swan River Press, May 2014).

  • “H. P. Lovecraft’s Response to the Work of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu”; in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 6, No. 1 (May 2011). First appeared as “Lovecraft on Le Fanu” in Wormwoodiana, October 30, 2010. Reprinted in Reflections in a Glass Darkly: Essays on J. Sheridan Le Fanu, co-edited with Gary W. Crawford and Brian J. Showers (Hippocampus Press, 2011).

  • “101 Weird Writers: #1 – Bob Leman”; in Weird Fiction Review, edited by Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer (January 17, 2012).

  • “Dublin Celebrates the Bicentenary of its ‘Invisible Prince’ ”; in Dead Reckonings No. 16 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2014).

 

Reviews

 

  • Roger Johnson, A Ghostly Crew: Tales from The Endeavour (Sarob Press, 2001); review appeared in ALL HALLOWS 28 (October 2001).

  • Keith Fleming, Can Such Things Be? or The Weird of the Beresfords and By the Night Express (Sarob Press, 2001); review appeared in All Hallows 29 (February 2002).

  • Christopher Barker (ed.), Weirdly Supernatural: Issue One, Winter 2001/2002, edited by (The Haunted River, 2001); review appeared in All Hallows 30 (June 2002).

  • Ray Bradbury, Dark Carnival (Gauntlet Publications, 2001); review appeared in All Hallows 31 (October 2002).

  • Lisa Tuttle, Ghosts & Other Lovers (Sarob Press, 2002; and ElectricStory.com); review appeared in All Hallows 31 (October 2002).

  • Noel Boston, Yesterday Knocks (Ash-Tree Press, 2003); review appeared in All Hallows 32 (February 2003).

  • Chico Kidd, The Vengeance Jar and Other Stories (Self-published, 2002); review appeared in All Hallows 32 (February 2003).

  • David Longhorn (ed.), Supernatural Tales #4 (David Longhorn, 2002); review appeared in All Hallows 32 (February 2003).

  • Edo van Belkom (ed.), Be Very Afraid! More Tales of Horror (Tundra Books, 2002); review appeared in All Hallows 32 (February 2003).

  • Gerald Biss, The Door of the Unreal (Ash-Tree Press, 2002); review appeared in All Hallows 33 (June 2003).

  • Jeff Paris and Adam Golaski (eds.), New Genre No. 3 (New Genre Enterprises, Summer 2002); in All Hallows 33 (June 2003).

  • Mrs Molesworth, Collected Ghost Stories (Side Real Press, 2002); in All Hallows 34 (October 2003).

  • Reggie Oliver, The Dreams of Cardinal Vittorini (The Haunted River, 2003); in All Hallows 34 (October 2003).

  • Edward Lodi (ed.), The Ghost in the Gazebo: An Anthology of New England Ghost Stories (Rock Village Publishing, 2003); review appeared in All Hallows 35 (February 2004).

  • Kfir Luzzatto, Crossing the Meadow (Echelon Press, 2003); in All Hallows 35 (February 2004).

  • Greg Ketter (ed.), Shelf Life: Fantastic Stories Celebrating Bookstores (DreamHaven Books, 2002); in All Hallows 36 (June 2004).

  • Michael Dirda, Bound To Please: An Extraordinary One-Volume Literary Education (W.W. Norton & Co., 2004); in All Hallows 37 (October 2004)

  • Barbara and Christopher Roden (eds), Acquainted with the Night (Ash-Tree Press, 2004); in All Hallows 38 (February 2005).

  • Robert Louis Stevenson, The Suicide Club and Other Dark Adventures (Tartarus Press, 2004); in All Hallows 38 (February 2005).

  • Jack Adrian (ed.), The Ash Tree Annual Macabre 2004: The Last ‘Queer Stories from Truth’ (Ash-Tree Press, 2004); in All Hallows 39.

  • Brian Showers, The Old Tailor and the Gaunt Man (The Swan River Press, October 2003); in All Hallows 40.

  • Conrad Williams, London Revenant (Night Shade Press, 2005); in All Hallows 41.

  • The Weird Circle, “The Wooden Ghost”, a radio adaptation of Le Fanu’s “Schalken the Painter”, broadcast (December 3, 1944); in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 1,  No. 1 (May 2006).

  • Victor Sage, Le Fanu’s Gothic: The Rhetoric of Darkness (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004); review appeared in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 1, No. 2 (November 2006).

  • Stephen Jones & Kim Newman (eds.), Horror: Another 100 Best Books (Carroll & Graf, 2005); in All Hallows 42 (October 2006).

  • M. P. Shiel, The Pale Ape and Other Pulses (Tartarus Press, 2006); in All Hallows 42 (October 2006).

  • Ray Bradbury, Farewell Summer (William Morrow, 2006); in Dead Reckonings No. 1 (Hippocampus Press, Spring 2007).

  • James Walton, Vision and Vacancy: The Fictions of J. S. Le Fanu (University College Dublin Press, 2007); in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 2, No. 1 (May 2007).

  • Lucius Shepard, Softstpoken (Night Shade Books, 2007) & Dagger Key and Other Stories (PS Publishing, 2007); in Dead Reckonings No. 2 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2007).

  • Clark Ashton Smith, Out of Space and Time & Lost Worlds (reprinted with introductions by Jeff VanderMeer, University of Nebraska Press, 2006); In Lost Worlds # 5, edited by Scott Connors (Seele Brennt Publications, 2008).

  • Emma Frances Dawson, An Itinerant House and Other Ghost Stories (Thomas Loring & Co., 2007); in Dead Reckonings No. 3 (Hippocampus Press, Spring 2008).

  • James Doig (ed.), Australian Gothic (Equilibrium, 2007); in Dead Reckonings No. 4 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2008).

  • Reggie Oliver, The Masques of Satan (Ash-Tree Press, 2007); review to appear in All Hallows (2009). Online at the Ash-Tree Press website.

  • Victor Rousseau, The Tracer of Egos (Spectre Library, 2007); review to appear in All Hallows (?).

  • Tom English (ed.), Bound for Evil (Dead Letters Press, 2008); review to appear in All Hallows (?).

  • Scott Thomas, The Garden of Ghosts (Dark Regions Press, 2008) and John Langan, Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters (Prime Books, 2008); in Dead Reckonings No. 6 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2009).

  • Philip Challinor, Akin to Poetry: Observations on Some Strange Tales of Robert Aickman (Gothic Press. 2010); in Wormwoodiana, October 30, 2010.

  • Richard Gavin, The Darkly Splendid Realm (Dark Regions Press, 2009) and Matt Cardin, Dark Awakenings (Mythos Books, 2010); in Dead Reckonings No. 7.

  • Laird Barron, Occultation and Other Stories (Night Shade Books, 2010); in Dead Reckonings No. 9 (Hippocampus Press, Spring 2011).

  • Helen Conrad O'Briain and Julie Anne Stevens (eds.), The Ghost Story from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century: A Ghostly Genre (Four Courts Press, 2010) and Andrew Smith, The Ghost Story, 1840–1920: A Cultural History (Manchester University Press, 2010); in Dead Reckonings No. 9 (Hippocampus Press, Spring 2011).

  • Bernice M. Murphy, The Suburban Gothic in American Popular Culture (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009); in Dead Reckonings No. 10 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2012).

  • John C. Tibbetts, The Gothic Imagination: Conversations on Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction in the Media (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011); in Dead Reckonings No. 12 (Hippocampus Press, Fall 2012).

  • Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, The Annotated Carmilla, edited by D. MacDowell Blue, with Preface by Andrew M. Bolan, and Introduction by David A. Sutton (CreateSpace, 2011); in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 7, No. 2 (November 2012).

  • Nicola Gordon Bowe, Harry Clarke: The Life and Work, revised updated 2nd edition (The History Press, 2012); in The Green Book 2, (Swan River Press, October 2013).

  • Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla: A Critical Edition, edited and with an Introduction by Kathleen Costello-Sullivan (Syracuse University Press, 2013); in Le Fanu Studies, Volume 8, No. 2 (November 2013).