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PAN'S GARDEN, by Algernon Blackwood, Leyburn, UK; Tartarus Press; September 2000, x, 296 pages. Sewn hardback printed and bound by the Atheneum Press in green wibalin cloth stamped in black and gold,with green and yellow head and tailband and green silk ribbon marker. 300 numbered copies. OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER & SCARCE. Contents: True Inspiration by Mike Ashley/ The Man Whom the Trees Loved/ The South Wind/ The Sea Fit/ The Attic/ The Heath Fire/ The Messenger/ The Glamour of the Snow/ The Return/ Sand/ The Transfer/ Calirvoyance/ The Golden Fly/ Special Delivery/ The Destruction of Smith/ The Temptation of the Clay Description: Pan’s Garden is the result of Algernon Blackwood’s passion for the supernatural in Nature. Reviews "Accept him warts and all as a great original and there are always rewards and illuminations on offer." - Alexis Lykiard in All Hallows "A distinctly pagan tone dominates the stories of cosmic energies and ancient Powers within Pan's Garden ... These tales are evocative and thought provoking, moreover, Blackwood's philosophies are as relevant now as they were at the turn of the last century." - Matt Leyshon, Enigma Fine in fine dj.