Something that evokes Christopher Marlowe is “Marlovian.”
Something that evokes Saul Bellow is “Bellovian.”
Something that evokes George Bernard Shaw is “Shavian.” (That one is great.)
Something that evokes Edgar Allen Poe, is, I guess, “Poevian.”
These are kind of funny, right? Or at least peculiar. They remind us that words will never just exist on a page, because while there’s nothing inherently weird about reading “Shawian” or “Poeian,” there certainly is something weird about saying them.