Hugh B. Cave

Hugh Barnett Cave was a prolific writer of pulp fiction who also excelled in other genres. Over his entire career he wrote more than 1,000 short stories in nearly all genres. He is best remembered for his horror and crime pieces. He wrote approximately forty novels, and a notable body of nonfiction. He received the Phoenix Award as well as lifetime achievement awards from the International Horror Guild, the Horror Writers Association, and the World Fantasy Convention.

Hugh was also a friend of Crossroad Press CEO and publisher David Wilson, who he met via the Manly Wade Wellman tribute issue of David’s magazine The Tome in the late 1980s and early 1990s. That issue was followed by a Hugh Cave tribute as well. Mr. Cave is sorely and deeply missed, but his stories live on…

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