With the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II this week I looked through my Hugh Walpole collection to see how I could prepare an appropriate article of tribute.
Last week I had the immense pleasure to talk to Ahmed Khalifa. the host of the excellent Dark Fantastic Podcast, about Hugh Walpole’s life and
I recently had the great fortune to acquire an article first printed in 1930 in ‘The Colophon” a limited edition quarterly for book lovers, ,
The supernatural story of how a man’s grief for the recent loss of his friend turns into companionship reaching out from the other side.
As an avid collector of Hugh Walpole books and ephemera it’s always exciting when a once in a lifetime opportunity comes along to acquire personal
In early 1924 Hugh Walpole was living in London at 24 York Terrace, overlooking Regents Park. By this time he had become the successful author
One of the fascinations of researching and collecting Hugh Walpole’s works is the insights you can get into how the characters and stories of his
Since it’s nearly Halloween what better time to celebrate the darker side of Hugh Walpole’s writing. Reading some of the many macabre books and short