John Jordan writes: ‘These few pieces collected here are part of the difficulty of being beautiful. Most of my life has been spent as an admirer of lost and difficult causes. No Arnoldian I. You will find my loves and forbidden hates in these pages.’
John Jordan’s Blood and Stations contains his moving commemoration of his friend Gainor Crist, allegedly the original Sebastian Dangerfield; an early prose fantasy; and an amplified version of his Patrician Stations, out of print since its first publication in 1971 by the New Writers’ Press.