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James Doig James Doig i(A89808 works by)
Born: Established: 1965 Fremantle, Fremantle area, South West Perth, Perth, Western Australia, ;
Gender: Male
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1 At Lothesley, Montgomeryshire, 1910 James Doig , 2020 single work short story
— Appears in: Crooked Houses 2020; (p. 275-298)
1 Beatrice Grimshaw (1870-1953) James Doig , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Green Book : Writings on Irish Gothic, Supernatural and Fantastic Literature , Bealtaine no. 13 2019; (p. 52-56)
1 Mary Fortune (1833-1911) James Doig , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Green Book : Writings on Irish Gothic, Supernatural and Fantastic Literature , Bealtaine no. 13 2019; (p. 21-25)
1 The ‘Plantation Pulps’ of New English Library James Doig , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , March no. 41 2019; (p. 32-42)
1 Australian Film Novelisations of the 1970s and ‘80s James Doig , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , March no. 41 2019; (p. 14-19)
1 y separately published work icon Beyond the Orbit : An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction to 1935 James Doig (editor), Rockville : Wildside Press , 2019 15852301 2019 anthology short story science fiction

'The stories collected here indicate something of the richness and variety of science fiction written by Australian authors up until the mid-1930s. We see some of the themes mentioned above, for example the lost civilisation story (Phil Collas’s “The Inner Domain”) and the future invasion story (Ernest Favenc’s “What the Rats Brought”), but they offer something new and original, while other stories are built on the consequences of technological discoveries or advancements, for example Ernest Favenc’s “The Land of the Unseen,” H.B. Marriott Watson’s “The Instrument,” and Beatrice Grimshaw’s “Lost Wings.”'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 Kings Cross Pulp James Doig , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , September no. 40 2018; (p. 54-64)
1 Australian Pulp Fiction James Doig , 2018 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , January no. 39 2018; (p. 18-39)
1 Early Stages James Doig , 2017 single work short story horror
— Appears in: Darkly Haunting 2017; (p. 1-21)
1 Black Leather Barbarians : The Biker Pulp of New English Library James Doig , 2017 single work criticism
— Appears in: Girl Gangs, Biker Boys, and Real Cool Cats : Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 to 1980 2017; (p. 232-237)
1 Larry Kent : Rival of Carter Brown James Doig , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , October no. 38 2017; (p. 4-11)
1 ‘Stuart Hall’ and Australian Exploitation Novels of the 1970s James Doig , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , October no. 35 2016; (p. 8-15)
1 Richard Wilkes-Hunter : Master of the Gothic Romance James Doig , Graeme Flanagan , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , February no. 34 2016; (p. 40-51)
1 William Nicholas Willis, Père, Fils and Family and the Anglo-Eastern Publishing Company John Arnold , James Doig , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Script & Print , December vol. 39 no. 4 2015; (p. 197-220)
'William Nicholas Willis (1858-1922) is one of the more obscure Australian writers and publishers of the first half of the twentieth century. Better known in his home country as a corrupt politician, he left Australia around 1910 for Singapore before moving onto London a year later. In addition to writing a couple of racing novels, he mounted a spirited campaign against the evils of the white slave trade, producing several polemical books on the topic.' (Publication abstract)
1 Carter Brown : The Australian Series Graeme Flanagan , James Doig , 2015 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , August no. 33 2015; (p. 14-29)
1 Phantom Books : The Australian Series Graeme Flanagan , James Doig , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , March no. 32 2015; (p. 34-69)
1 y separately published work icon Friends of the Dead James Doig , France : Sarob Press , 2015 8216749 2015 selected work short story horror
1 James Workman : Australian-Scottish Paperback Writer Graeme Flanagan , James Doig , 2014 single work essay
— Appears in: The Paperback Fanatic , July no. 30 2014; (p. 30-35)
1 The Reception of Twisted Clay James Doig , 2014 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: Twisted Clay 2014; (p. xxvi-xxxvi)

An overview of the publication history and censorship of Twisted Clay.

1 Introduction James Doig , 2013 single work essay
— Appears in: Ghost Stories and Mysteries 2013; (p. 9-20)
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