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Wilfred Blanch Talman is an American Horror fiction writer best know for his collaboration with Howard Phillips Lovecraft on the short story, "Two Black Bottles". He was a correspondent with Lovecraft and late member of the Kalem Club. Late in life he wrote the memoir The Normal Lovecraft (1973).

==Bibliography[1]

NonfictionEdit

The Normal Lovecraft (1973) [only as by Wilfred B. Talman ]

Short fictionEdit

Two Black Bottles (1927) with H. P. Lovecraft also appeared as: Variant Title: Two Black Bottles (1927) [as by Wilfred Blanch Talman ] Variant Title: Two Black Bottles (1927) [as by Wilfred B. Talman ] The Curse of Alabad and Ghinu and Aratza (1928) Doom Around the Corner (1931) A Horror in Profile (1934)

PoemsEdit

Haunted Island (1928) Death (1932) Ballade of Creatures Abroad by Night (1933)

EssaysEdit

Letter (Weird Tales, October 1932) (1932) [only as by W. B. Talman ] Letter (Weird Tales, August 1933) (1933) [only as by W. B. Talman ] The Normal Lovecraft (1973) [only as by Wilfred B. Talman ]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ISFB entry WIlfred Blach Talman [1]

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