William Hope Hodgson Bibliography

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William Hope Hodgson, born 1877 and died 1918, spent most of his formative years at sea as a merchant seaman. Whilst his writing career spanned only fourteen years he is highly regarded, possibly given greater credit and respect now than during his lifetime. All of the pre 1920 titles are very collectable and of value, the early ones especially so. The House on the Borderland is regarded as something of a classic and a cornerstone title for anyone collecting the fantasy horror genre. We have included American titles when applicable. Tragically Hodgson was killed during an artillery bombardment whilst serving his country at Ypres during world War I.
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Title   Date Notes
The Boats of Glen Carrig Chapman 1907  
The House on the Borderland Hall 1908  
The Ghost Pirates Paul 1909  
The Night Land Nash 1912  
Poems and the Dream of X Paget 1912 Wrappers
Carnacki the Ghost Finder Nash 1913 US: 1947 Moran
Men of the Deep Waters Nash 1914  
The luck of the Strong Nash 1916  
Captain Gault Nash 1917 US: 1918 McBride
The Calling off the Sea Blount 1920  
The Voice of the Ocean Selwyn 1921  
Deep Waters Arkham 1967 US
Out of the Storm Grant 1975 US
Poems of the Sea Ferret 1977 UK signed limited
The Haunted Pampero Grant 1996 US signed ltd
Terrors of the Sea Grant 1966  

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