Thanks for the tip, GKC.
I do have a book that I picked up (prior to starting Night Land) called something like Carnacki the Ghost Hunter (much shorter than Night Land). I wasn't going to read it after Night Land spun off of the track, but, with your cosigning, I think i'll give it a shot.
I was hearing about "Dream of X".... so that must be the shorter version Night Land I was hearing about.
Yes, DREAM was reduced to about 10% of NIGHT LAND. It, including a few poems and stuff, was published in the US, under the DREAM title, in a very limited edition, in 1912 or so, for copyright purposes. Another limited edition came out around 1977, which is the one I have.
Wright wasn't the only SF writer to delve into the NIGHT LAND theme. Several others have done so.
CARNACKI THE GHOST FINDER. Short stories. An excellent example of a psychic/occult detective, which is a subgenre I collect. Amongst a lot of such things.