This has been a labor of love for me. Shirley Jackson is a personal favorite, and a writer who is largely ignored today (unless you're reading "The Lottery" or The Haunting of Hill House...trust me, her other works are just as good, if not better). I consider her to be almost a literary mother to me--not that I will ever be as talented as she was, but more that her writing constantly informs my own. I helped to put this essay collection together in hopes that more academics will study her and more readers will pick up her works.
The price point is high, I know. But please at least ask your local library to purchase a copy.