Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tailing the ‘Hawk’

Described by the late historian Sam Moskowitz as the “forgotten ‘Hawk’ of science fiction”, George Griffith’s now relative obscurity nicely represents the often ephemeral popularity of speculative, fantastic literature.  Stringently tied to Britain’s pre-war zeitgeist of transience and her cautious … Continue reading

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