Hélène de Zuylen de Nyevelt (1863-1947) was the version of her name used on her published work by Baroness Héléne van Zulyen van Nijevet de Haar, née de Rothschild (in the famous banking family). Her early literary work, written in collaboration with Renée Vivien, was published under the pseudonym Paul Riversadale, but she went on to produce poetry, short stories, novels and plays under her own name, all of it heavily influenced by Vivien, including the items she published after the latter’s death, scrupulously echoing the younger writer’s Decadent and Symbolist leanings.
|Speculative Fiction Novels (1)|
2019 Faustina and Other Stories
(fantasy, short stories)