The King In Yellow

The King in Yellow is a book of short stories by American writer Robert W. Chambers, first published by F. Tennyson Neely in 1895.[2] The book is named after a play with the same...

The Street of the First Shell

In a departure from traditional horror writing, “The Street of the First Shell” focuses on the inescapable horrors of war. The story follows a group of struggling artists in...

The Demoiselle D'Ys

A stranger, lost while hunting in the moors of Brittany, meets the mysterious Demoiselle D'Ys. She invites him back to her castle, and the two grow closer. After a while, however,...

The Street of the Lady of the Fields

In “The Street of the Lady of the Fields,” horror writer Robert Chambers takes a more romantic approach to his work. The story follows an American student in Paris who falls...

The Yellow Sign

From his Washington Park studio, Scott can see the sinister watchman of a nearby church. His model, Tessie, tells him the watchman shares the face of a hearse driver who’s been...

B. J. Harrison Reads The Repairer Of Reputations

Hildred Castaigne is a young man who lives in New York City whose life changes drastically after he falls from his horse and injures his head. Castaigne gets unjustly confined to...

The King In Yellow

The King in Yellow is a book of ten classic short stories about the supernatural. The first four mention ‘The King in Yellow,’ a forbidden play which induces despair or...

The Street of the Four Winds

Wandering the streets of Paris, the impoverished artist Severn happens upon a stray cat. He befriends the creature, who in turn reciprocates his affection. When Severn decides to...

B. J. Harrison Reads The Yellow Sign

"The Yellow Sign" is considered to be Robert Chambers’ horror masterpiece. He introduces us to Mr. Scott, an artist living in New York City. One day, Scott sees an overweight...

The Mistery Of Choice

The Mystery of Choice is a collection of short stories by Robert W. Chambers, author of The King In Yellow and The Maker of Moons. Published by D. Appleton, New York, in 1897....

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