Today marks H.P. (Howard Phillips) Lovecraft’s 122nd birthday. In honor of the author’s amazing impact on modern pop culture, lets take a little look at the life that led to some of the most famous horror icons of the last century.
This past weekend the Eraserhead Press crew was at the H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon. In case you are not aware of the event, the fest is a Portland institution that been happening for more than a decade. It is a celebration of films, literature, and all things H. P. Lovecraft and Cthulhu. Eraserhead Press has been tabling the event for more years than anybody can remember (really! I asked around).
A group of H.P. Lovecraft fans have raised more than $35,000 for their Providence-based convention, NecronomiCon. The money will be used for printing promotional materials, advertising and securing venues for this event. We’ve embedded a video about the project above–what do you think?
This is a very special issue of the Lovecraft eZine. One of the most beloved aspects of H.P. Lovecraft’s writing is his dauntless explorations into the sea, and the menagerie of strange beings that he dredged up therefrom. A plethora of globulus glob gods, slimy tentacled deities encrusted with barnacles, stinking mounds of vegetus unholiness, lurking Fish Lords of ancient Polynesian descent, and of course slumbering Cthulhu dreaming amongst the ziggurats of his sunken R’lyeh… the list goes on and on… and so do the adjectives.
Welcome to issue #15! Mike Davis here, editor and publisher. I think you’ll find this issue to be worth the wait. I have six Lovecraftian tales for you, as well as a touching memoriam to Robert Nelson, a suicidal young poet that HPL corresponded with. Some of the tales in this issue are, in my opinion, the creepiest published here yet. Enjoy issue #15.
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