Category Archives: Le Queux

Podcast on William Le Queux

Words to that Effect Literary Podcast series by Dr Conor Reid. Episode 1: Invasion Fiction, William Le Queux, and Fake News with Dr Ailise Bulfin What is invasion fiction? Who was the mysterious William Le Queux? Why did a group of famous … Continue reading

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William Le Queux in Melbourne: Bibliographical Notes

In the following, I want to share some recent bibliographical findings and musings about William Le Queux. While planning the Invasion Network’s forthcoming special issue on Le Queux in Critical Survey, I committed myself (rashly) to trying to establish the … Continue reading

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The Welsh Connection

Having spent quite a few years reading and re-reading (and re-reading… and re-reading…) the works of William Le Queux, I think I’m quite adept at recognizing his style. However, in the midst of recent research into receptions of Le Queux’s … Continue reading

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Master of Misinformation: William Le Queux, Invasion Scares and Spy Fever, 1880-1930

Trinity College Dublin, 9th June 2015 The inaugural Invasion Network conference ‘Master of Misinformation’ focused on the unusual life, literary output, and cultural legacy of the British author William Le Queux. Held at Trinity College Dublin in early-June 2015, the event … Continue reading

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