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1,087 words Edited by A. Trumbo Editor's Note: The purpose of these writings is to provide a genuine look into the racial Weltanschauung of Howard
How did Lovecraft make his fiction so strange and terrifying?
A new introduction to "The Classic Horror Stories" reexamines the novelist's racism, nihilism and pulp brilliance
What might lurk beneath Antarctica’s 5 million square miles of ice was the subject of speculation by sci-fi writers in the 1930s.
Lovecraft: Miedo a lo Desconocido (2008)- Guillermo del toro, John Carpenter y muchos más nos descubren la historia de Howard Phillips Lovecraft, el creador ...
NECRONOMICON: GRIMOIRE OF THE DAMNED I have always wanted to take on the controversy over a book alleged to be a grimoire, a compilation of spells and stories about the dead pagan gods. The word Ne...
Some say that H.P. Lovecraft's notorious occult tome was not a work of fiction, but a real-life book of incantations... and they also claim it's buried beneath Bradford College in Massachusetts.
the complete works of H. P. Lovecraft the complete text to the original Gothic Novel
By Roger Luckhurst There is a very specific language of Gothic and horror literature that has its roots buried deep in the history of English: doom has been around since Old English; dread carries over from Middle English; eerie, that sense of...
H.P. Lovecraft built his reputation as America's greatest bad writer on a loathsome edifice of unspeakable, hideous filth whose nauseating tendrils reach into the nightmarish depths of hyperbole.
Cthulhu made his first official appearance in the short story \'The Call of Cthulhu,\' written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1926. Read more about Cthulhu.
“Dead But Dreaming”: The Great Old Ones of Lovecraftian Legend Reinterpreted as Atlantean Kings By Tracy R. Twyman The “secret doctrine” given to the elite castes of mankind by the “Annunaki” (the ...