Author: Hugh Lamb Online

Things have been a little quiet on the website for a while. This has been another tumultuous year for us all, filled with real-life horrors. So how about some good news? We are extremely proud to announce the release of a brand new Hugh Lamb anthology! And Midnight Never Come will be the first truly…
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Hugh Lamb Online is delighted to announce the release of Terror by Gaslight: Memorial Edition.  It has been a long time coming, but the new edition is now available at Amazon in Kindle and Paperback. We hope you will enjoy revisiting this classic and that you relish the additions! About this edition: The village cursed…
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Christmas, as everyone worth their salt knows, is a time for ghost stories. Dickens thought so, and who is going to argue with him! No-one enjoyed this tradition more than Hugh Lamb. The highlight of his Christmases during the 70’s was A Ghost Story for Christmas, the BBC’s series of short films adapted from famous…
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Happy Halloween! To celebrate all things supernatural, we are delighted to announce the release of this new edition of Victorian Tales of Terror. Out of print for 43 years, Hugh Lamb’s third anthology now comes with the addition of an extra story, originally planned for the first edition, as well as a new introduction. In…
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Victorian Tales of Terror was Hugh Lamb’s third Anthology. First published in 1974 by W. H. Allen, then in 1975 by Taplinger, and finally in 1976 by Coronet, this classic collection is now being republished in a brand new edition. The stories will appear in the same order as they originally appeared, together with Hugh’s…
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It was a small gathering, but the group of family and colleagues that came together to celebrate the life and work of Hugh Lamb enjoyed a night of warmth, laughter and common affection for the late anthologist. Fellow writers and anthologists Mike Ashley, Steve Jones and Mick Sims, publishers Jo Fletcher and David Brawn, Hugh’s…
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Hugh Lamb, ever the pragmatist, decided to donate his body to the London Anatomy Office for medical research. So in lieu of a wake or funeral, it has been decided that those who would like to share their memories and raise a glass to the veteran anthologist should meet up on TUESDAY, MARCH 19th in…
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Jim Moon just published a wonderful tribute to Hugh Lamb and his works on the website Hypnogoria. Tracing Hugh’s career, from his initial foray into the anthology up to last year’s HarperCollins editions, Moon explores Hugh’s influence on the genre and the importance of his work uncovering lost tales of terror. From the site: Welcome…
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