Robert Aickman Bibliography

A Guide to UK First Edition Books

Robert Aickman Short Stories
TITLE   DATE NOTES
We are for the Dark Cape 1951  
Dark Entries Collins 1964  
Powers of Darkness Collins 1966  
Sub Rosa Gollancz 1968  
Cold Hand in mine Gollancz 1975  
Tales of Love and Death Gollancz 1977  
Intrusions Gollancz 1980  
Night Voices Gollancz 1985  

Novels

TITLE   DATE  NOTES
The Late Breakfasters Gollancz 1964  
The Model Robinson 1988  

Non Fiction

TITLE   DATE NOTES
Know Your Waterways Coram [1955] paperback
Story of our Island Waterways Pitman 1955  
The Attempted Rescue Gollancz 1966  
The River Runs Uphill Pearson 1986  

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Brief Biography
Robert Aickman, born 1914, is largely responsible for saving the canals and waterways of Great Britian from total decay and ruination. As an author he was somewhat eccentric but is regarded today as one of the most profound writers of ghost and supernatural, he preferred the term Strange Stories, fiction. Further details of his life can be found in his excellent autobiography The Attempted Rescue published in 1966.
Some stories have been collated and remain in print though most have become very collectable and rare, anyone seeking rare, secondhand or first edition books can consult our find a bookseller section.

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