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The Mystery Of The Sea by Bram Stoker

Charles Dickens. Daphne Du Maurier.

The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Mary Shelley. Jane Eyre. Charlotte Bronte. The Leopard. Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. A Month in the Country. Brave New World. Aldous Huxley. Bram Stoker. Your review has been submitted successfully.

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To this day, these aforementioned novels are considered some of the best and most popular titles to ever emerge from the Gothic genre, and their influence on contemporary pop culture remains highly visible. However, not every Gothic classic has remained in the spotlight throughout the centuries, though thanks to publishers like Valancourt Books, many thought to have been relegated to the forgotten footnotes of history are enjoying a new lease of life. Valancourt Books was founded in by James D. Jenkins and Ryan Cagle, a pair of passionate aficionados of Gothic, Horror and other fiction who wanted to unearth forgotten works — classic and modern — and re-introduce them to the world for contemporary readers to discover.

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Although renowned for their Gothic Classics series and weird fiction fare, Valancourt is also dedicated to finding and restoring Gay Interest novels dating back to the 18th and 19th century. A look through their library reveals a diverse range of literature deserving of eternal appreciation, and because of the efforts of Jenkins and Cagle, works once deemed lost will live on — hopefully — for centuries to come.

Recently, Diabolique had the chance to interview James D.

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Jenkins about some of his favorite releases, as and his love of literature which inspired him to start the company in the first place. Diabolique: When did you initially fall in love with weird fiction? What were some of the pivotal books that drew you to it in the first place? Despite his popularity during his lifetime, his books were completely unavailable — the only place in North America to access most of them was at the University of Nebraska, a hour drive from where I was living in Seattle, and they were all on microfiche.

Diabolique: How selective are you when it comes choosing books to release? Diabolique: The Valancourt library is impressive, but what would be some your personal favorites and what is it about them that resonates with you? George W. Who are some of the best you feel have yet to receive the recognition they deserve? Diabolique: Stephen King, Kim Newman, Ramsey Campbell and other famous figures have endorsed you and even penned introductions to your releases.

Did any of them make you feel star struck? Jenkins: Yes! And all three of them were extremely generous and supportive of the work we do.