Edgar Poe as a Literary Character

I came across, while prowling around on G. W. Thomas’ webpage, a list of fiction featuring Edgar Allan Poe as a character.

There are a whole lot I had not heard much less read.

Oddly enough, he missed two I have read: Charles L. Harness’ Lurid Dreams and the Sam Moskowitz anthology The Man Who Called Himself Poe. The latter has three of the stories Thomas talks about: Manly Wade Wellman’s “When It Was Moonlight”, Robert Bloch’s “The Man Who Collected Poe”, and the Lovecraft-Derleth collaboration of “The Dark Brotherhood”.

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