A quick note to point out a new issue (no. 6) of Chris Mikul's zine Biblio-Curiosa, covering "unusual writers" and "strange books." Much of this issue is given over to a study of the writings of Frank Walford, whose Twisted Clay (1933) was reissued in 2014 by Remains Books, supplemented with essays by Johnny Mains, Jim Smith and James Doig. Also included in this issue of Biblio-Curiosa are some materials related to Fergus Hume, Ward Greene, and another candidate for that highly competitive classification as the world's worst poet, William Nathan Stedman.
Mark Valentine has written here at Wormwoodiana about previous issues of Biblio-Curiosa.
Biblio-Curiosa is available from Chris Mikul at P O Box K546, Haymarket, NSW 1240, Australia, or via cathob[at]zip[dot]com[dot]au.
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