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The Lovecraft Necronomicon Primer:
A Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos
By T. Allan Bilstad


Elder things. Ghasts. Night-gaunts. Meet the creatures of the Cthulhu Mythos, denizens of the dark but brilliant imagination of H. P. Lovecraft. The collection of occult horror and fantasy he penned during his short lifetime is a legacy that has terrified and inspired generations of fans. Lovecraft's tales reveal the horror of seeing what has been hidden from humanity for good reason. Written for those curious about Lovecraft and his work, this illustrated guide presents detailed descriptions of twenty-nine of the monsters, creatures, and gods that inhabit Lovecraft's macabre fictional universe, without any spoilers that could ruin a future read of his stories. It also includes an introduction to the man regarded as the father of American horror.
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Cthulhu Tales Vol. 2: Whispers of Madness
Edited by Steve Niles


Two modern graphic arts vision arias interpret Lovecraft's stories as graphic novels - and a Kaballah! Includes: illustrations for The Haunter of the Dark and The Call of Cthulhu * thirty pages of previously unseen drawings and paintings * selections from the controversial Lord Horror series Hard Core Horror and Reverbstorm, which have been evolving Lovecraftian imagery in bold new directions * Material specially created for this volume includes illustrations for The Great Old Ones, * Also new, a kabbalah of Lovecraft's gods with accompanying evocations by Alan Moore. Moore also provides an introduction and there are cover endorsements from comics legends Neil Gaiman and Burne Hogarth.
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The Haunter of the Dark: And Other Grotesque Visions
By H. P. Lovecraft, John Coulthart, Alan Moore


Two modern graphic arts vision arias interpret Lovecraft's stories as graphic novels - and a Kaballah! Includes: illustrations for The Haunter of the Dark and The Call of Cthulhu * thirty pages of previously unseen drawings and paintings * selections from the controversial Lord Horror series Hard Core Horror and Reverbstorm, which have been evolving Lovecraftian imagery in bold new directions * Material specially created for this volume includes illustrations for The Great Old Ones, * Also new, a kabbalah of Lovecraft's gods with accompanying evocations by Alan Moore. Moore also provides an introduction and there are cover endorsements from comics legends Neil Gaiman and Burne Hogarth.
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Cthulhu Cult
By Venger Satanis


The Cult of Cthulhu shall never die. It's untenable spirit, unearthly and ichorous, is spreading far and wide through the Matrix-esque reality program that we are immersed in. As you read these words, try to wake up from the illusions surrounding you. This book is our manifesto, our truth, our bible! Cthulhu Cult is the integration of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, Satanism, Chaos Magic, the Fourth Way, and other Left Hand Path traditions. It is also the fruition of my special plan: to see this world's flaws, to understand why they exist, and then finally. to overcome them! Years ago, I knew that humanity was on the wrong track, and this horrid green tome corrects the mistake of man... before us rushes a new flood of reason. When the Old Ones return, this world shall drown before Their might.
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Grimoire of the Necronomicon
By Donald Tyson


On the heels of his widely successful trilogy of works honoring H. P. Lovecraft, Donald Tyson now unveils a true grimoire of ritual magic inspired by the Cthulhu mythos. The Grimoire of the Necronomicon is a practical system of ritual magic based on Lovecraft's mythology of the alien gods known as the Old Ones. Fans of Lovecraft now have the opportunity to safely get in touch with the Old Ones and draw upon their power for spiritual and material advancement. Tyson expands upon their mythology and reintroduces these "monsters" in a new, magical context—explaining their true purpose for our planet. As a disciple, you choose one of the seven lords as a spiritual mentor, who will guide you toward personal transformation. Daily rituals provide an excellent system of esoteric training for individual practitioners. This grimoire also provides structure for an esoteric society—Order of the Old Ones—devoted to the group practice of this unique system of magic.
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Edited by Pat Harrigan, Brian Wood


This full-color volume collects the best art from Fantasy Flight's acclaimed Call of Cthulhu collectible card game, as well as from 25 years of Chaosium's legendary line of Call of Cthulhu role-playing game products. In these pages are glimpses of the most terrible beings ever to exist, whose very names are spoken of in whispers, if at all: Mighty Cthulhu, Yog-Sothoth the Crawling Chaos Nyarlathotep and He Who Shall Not Be Named. Strange and alien races swarm here: the Fungi From Yuggoth, the star-headed Elder Things, the slithering Formless Spawn and awful chthonians. The Art of H.P. Lovecraft's The Cthulhu Mythos contains hundreds of full-color pieces of art, from fan favorites such as Patrick McEnvoy, Michael Komarck, Jean Tay, Thomas Denmark, John Gravato, Aaron Acevedo, James Ryman, Felicia Cano, Linda Bergkvist and dozens more. Once you see these blasphemous visions, you will never forget them.
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Alhazred
By Donald Tyson


H. P. Lovecraft's compelling character, Abdul Alhazred, is brought to life in this epic tale detailing the mad sorcerer's tragic history and magical adventures. Alhazred tells his own life story, beginning with himself as a poor, handsome boy in Yemen who attracts the attention of the king for his divine skill in poetry. As the court poet, young Abdul lives a luxurious life at the palace, where he studies necromancy and magic. But falling in love with the king's daughter leads to a foolish tryst, which is ultimately discovered. As punishment, Abdul is tortured, brutally mutilated, and cast into the desert, known as the Empty Space. Battling insanity, he joins a tribe of ghouls and learns forbidden secrets from a stranger called Nyarlathotep. Thus begins his downward spiral into wickedness. Renamed Alhazred, he escapes the desert and embarks on a quest to restore his body and reunite with his true love. Traveling across the ancient world and fantastic realms, he is hounded by foes and tormented by the demands of his dark lord.
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The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Reader's Guide to Persons, Places and Things in the Tales of H.P. Lovecraft
By Anthony Brainard Pearsall


For decades, H.P Lovecraft's horror stories---such as The Dunwich Horror and The Call of Cthulhu---have intrigued and horrified readers from all over the world. But Lovecraft's world is filled with a daunting array of bizarre and obscure characters, monsters, places and "things" which can be quite a task for anyone to sort out. Anthony Pearsall has done just that. From "Abbadon" (a demon in The Nameless City) to "Zuro" (a river in The Quest of Iranon), Pearsall has meticulously covered hundreds of the People, Places and Things That Go Bump in the Night in Lovecraft's writings. The Lexicon also includes quite a bit about Lovecraft himself, as well as many of the People, Places and Things which influenced his life and his writings. And if that weren't enough, a special Appendix details one of Lovecraft's recurrent themes: "Caves, Caverns, Wells & Abysses." A must-have for all fans of Lovecraft's work.
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Cult of Alien Gods:
H.P. Lovecraft and Extraterrestrial Pop Culture
By Jason Colavito


Nearly half of all Americans believe in the existence of extraterrestrials, and many are also convinced that aliens have visited earth at some point in history. Included among such popular beliefs is the notion that so-called ancient astronauts (visitors from outer space) were responsible for historical wonders like the pyramids. Shocking new evidence proves that the entire genre of ancient astronaut books is based upon fictional horror stories, whose author once wrote that he never wished to mislead anyone. In this entertaining and informative book, Jason Colavito traces the origins of the belief in ancient extraterrestrial visitors to the work of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft (1890–1937). This amazing tale takes the reader through fifty years of pop culture and pseudoscience highlighting such influential figures and developments as Erich von Däniken, Graham Hancock, Zecharia Sitchin, and the Raelian Revolution. The astounding and improbable connections among these various characters are revealed, along with the disturbing consequences of Lovecraft's "little joke" for modern science and public knowledge. Beyond documenting Lovecraft's influence on ancient astronaut theories and Raelian cloning efforts, Colavito also argues that the appeal of such modern myths is a troubling sign in an age when science is having its greatest success. He suggests that at the dawn of the 21st century Western society is witnessing a deep-seated erosion of Enlightenment values that are the basis of the modern world.
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H.P. Lovecraft's Favorite Weird Tales:
The Roots of Modern Horror
By Douglas A. Anderson


In 1929-30, H.P. Lovecraft made several lists of both literary and popular stories "having the greatest amount of truly cosmic horror and macabre convincingness." These lists of his favorite weird tales, augmented with comments from Lovecraft's own extensive correspondence, makes for a truly landmark Lovecraftian anthology. We present Lovecraft's own favorites horror stories, including some well-known classics, alongside of a number of excellent rare tales by forgotten authors. Many of these stories are classics, inspiring several generations since of the world's best horror authors. Contributors include Edgar Allen Poe, Ambrose Bierce, Clark Ashton Smith, Arthur Machen, Henry S. Whitehead, Algernon Blackwood, H.F. Arnold, and other leading masters of the horror genre. Includes newspaper interviews where he discusses his favorite tales, and Lovecraft's essay going into more detail about his favorite authors.
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H.P. Lovecraft In Popular Culture: The Works And Their Adaptatins In Film, Television, Comics, Music and Games
By Don G. Smith


Howard Phillips Lovecraft was born late in the nineteenth century, but it was not until after his death in 1937 that he became a worldwide icon of horror and supernatural fiction. Influenced largely by Lord Dunsany and Edgar Allen Poe, Lovecraft's stories are known for their unique assimilation of gothic themes into the science fiction genre. For this reason Lovecraft is considered as valuable to the twentieth century as gothic novelists and Romantic poets were to the eighteenth century. Lovecraft's influence has stretched far beyond the literary horror genre, however. A number of his works have been adapted for feature films, television episodes, comic book tales and, in recent years, video games. This scholarly study of Lovecraft's work highlights his profound impact on popular twentieth century culture. Early chapters introduce the complete writings of H.P. Lovecraft, providing an annotated bibliography of the author's horror and science fiction tales. The works are discussed in the context of the Cthulhu Mythos, an invented mythology centering on ancient and alien beings interacting with the terrestrial world.~ Later chapters provide a filmography of motion pictures that credit Lovecraft or are identifiably adapted from his works, as well as a discussion of the works that have been adapted for television, comic books, role-playing video games, and modern musical endeavors. The book concludes with a close examination of the Lovecraft legacy, commenting on his specific social and metaphysical ideologies and placing the author in context among such notable literary personalities as Mary Shelley, Nathanial Hawthorne, and Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Tales Out Of Dunwich
Edited by Robert M. Price


This anthology is set in and around H. P. Lovecraft's fictional locale. The contributors are Jack Williamson, Stanley C. Sargent, Brian McNaughton, Richard A. Lupoff, Don D'Ammassa, Nancy A. Collins, Gerard E. Giannattasio, Eddy C. Bertin, and Price himself. The anthology also includes a complete novel by Harper Williams, The Thing in the Woods (1924) which provided the original inspiration for Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror."
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At the Mountains of Madness:
The Definitive Edition
By H.P. Lovecraft


Long acknowledged as a master of nightmarish visions, H. P. Lovecraft established the genuineness and dignity of his own pioneering fiction in 1931 with his quintessential work of supernatural horror, At the Mountains of Madness. The deliberately told and increasingly chilling recollection of an Antarctic expedition's uncanny discoveries–and their encounter with untold menace in the ruins of a lost civilization–is a milestone of macabre literature. This exclusive new edition, presents Lovecraft's masterpiece in fully restored form, and includes his acclaimed scholarly essay “Supernatural Horror in Literature.” This is essential reading for every devotee of classic terror.
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H. P. Lovecraft:
Against the World, Against Life
By Michel Houellebecq


Houellebecq finds Lovecraft's significance in his rejection of human importance. A thoroughgoing materialist, Lovecraft based the horror in his stories on the perception that humanity was doomed to extinction well before the end of the cosmos. The monstrous, implacable, arational Old Ones--Cthulhu and the rest--that Lovecraft repeatedly depicts as eventually invading and destroying human civilization are simply the imaginative expression of a deeply pessimistic cosmic fatalism that Lovecraft's own stunted life seemingly endorsed. Lovecraft was against life and the world because science and rationality told him they were meaningless and ephemeral. Yet what inspirationally disturbing and vivid fiction Lovecraft's beliefs animated. Without his example, would the fiction of Stephen King, who contributes an argumentative introduction here, and such superb movie shockers as Alien ever have existed?
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H. P. Lovecraft:
Letters to Rheinhart Kleiner
Edited by S. T. Joshi


Rheinhart Kleiner (1892-1949) was one of H. P. Lovecraft's earliest correspondents. The recipient of the first issue of Lovecraft's amateur paper, the Conservative, in 1915, Kleiner challenged Lovecraft to reconsider his dogmatic views on race, literature, and society. A poet of exquisite skill and sensitivity, Kleiner inspired Lovecraft to write a number of poems directly addressed to him or inspired by his own poems. This volume prints, for the first time, the complete surviving letters of Lovecraft to Kleiner, showing how Lovecraft gradually transformed himself from an eighteenth-century fossil to a participant in the society and culture of his time. The letters address such wide-ranging subjects as erotic love, racial prejudice, the art of poetry, Lovecraft's boyhood and upbringing, and much else. Also included are the three surviving letters of the Kleicomolo, the round-robin correspondence group whose members included Kleiner, Lovecraft, Ira A. Cole, and Maurice W. Moe. Richly philosophical, these letters display the fundamentals of Lovecraft's distinctive cosmic vision. In an extensive appendix are found all of Lovecraft's and Kleiner's poems addressed to each other, along with Kleiner's several provocative essays on Lovecraft. Meticulously edited and annotated by David E. Schultz and S. T. Joshi, this volume continues Hippocampus Press's series of unabridged Lovecraft letters, with detailed notes and commentary.
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H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror #2:
Book Edition


The second issue of H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror is dedicated to classic fantasy writer Richard Matheson, presenting an original story, interview, and critical overview of his movies. An additional 11 stories fill out the issue, including work by such luminaries as Tanith Lee, Ray Russell, Chris Bunch, a classic reprint from E. Hoffman Price, and much more. Plus all the usual features by editor Marvin Kaye, book reviewer Craig Shaw Gardner, and film critic Greg Lamberson. Plus poetry by H.P. Lovecraft, Lynn Jamneck, and Mike Allen. Rounding out the issue is a fine selection of artwork by Steve Hickman (cover), Allen Koszowski, Alex McVey, Britt Spencer, George H. Scithers, Mike Dublisch, and David Grilla.
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H. P. Lovecraft: Tales
(Library of America)
Edited by Peter Straub


Now Lovecraft, the most important U.S. horror writer since Edgar Allan Poe and a big influence on nearly every major figure in the genre after his day, has been honored with a volume of his own in this prestigious series. Drawing from scholar S.T. Joshi's definitive texts, Peter Straub, the bestselling author of 'In the Night Room', has selected 22 works of fiction, ranging from such traditional ghostly tales as "The Outsider" and "The Rats in the Walls" to such lengthy cosmic narratives as "The Call of Cthulhu" and "At the Mountains of Madness." This edition represents the latest scholarship, including a recently discovered missing passage from "The Shadow Out of Time" and a few new minor corrections. Some may quibble over the inclusion of the pulpish "Herbert West—Reanimator" and the even worse "The Lurking Fear," though they're of interest as rare examples of Lovecraft aiming to please an audience other than himself. Still, all the best fiction is here in a book sure to help reinforce Lovecraft's place in the American literary canon. Hardcover, 850 pages.
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The Terror & Other Tales:
The Best Weird Tales of Arthur Machen, Volume 3


Arthur Machen produced some of the most evocative weird fiction in all literary history. Written with impeccably mellifluous prose, infused with a powerful mystical vision, and imbued with a wonder and terror that he felt with every fiber of his being, his novels and tales will survive when works of far greater technical accomplishment fall by the wayside. The Terror is a short novel that inspired a host of imitations of its basic plot—animals turning against human beings. Several other tales in this volume do involve nothing supernatural—"The Islington Mystery", a murder tale pure and simple; "The Cosy Room", a conte cruel about the guilty conscience that plagues a murderer; "The Children of the Pool", a story that suggests the supernatural but proves to be one of psychological horror. Machen's witchery of words makes these works something more than mere crime stories; his vision, which always looks over the horizon of the known to the impenetrable mysteries beyond.
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Letters from New York:
Letters of H.P. Lovecraft Vol. 2


Letters From New York is the second volume of Night Shade's Lovecraft Letters series. This volume collects the letters written by H. P. Lovecraft while in New York - first, while visiting the city in 1922 and 1923, and then, as an unhappy resident, from 1924- 1926. The letters from this turbulent and unsatisfying period of his life provide keen insights into his creative and personal life.
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Infernal Texts:
Nox & Liber Koth
By Stephen Sennitt


Both NOX and Liber Koth were briefly published as booklets in the mid-1990's by Logos Press and have remained in high demand ever since - especially by those interested in Chaos Magic. Now, Falcon has made them available in a single volume. NOX includes 22 Infernal Texts from the Order of Nine Angles, the Werewolf Order, and the Esoteric Order of Dagon by such notables as Phil Hine, Anton Long and Stephen Sennitt. The diverse topics range from "Satanism, Blasphemy & The Black Mass" to "Lovecraft & The Dark Gods"; from "Are You a Werewolf?" to "The Rite of the Dark Star." Liber Koth is a book of invocations. It utilizes Lovecraftian symbology including Yog-Sothoth, Nyarlathotep, Cthulhu, Tsathogua and others. As the section on Azathoth says: "No one can undergo this experience unchanged. It is the culmination of the circle manifestation which the wheel of chaos (Koth) represents." Extensively Illustrated.
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Necronomicon:
The Wanderings Of Alhazred
By Donald Tyson, H. P. Lovecraft

Anyone familiar with H. P. Lovecrafts work knows of the Necronomicon, the black magic grimoire he invented as a literary prop in his classic horror stories. There have been several attempts at creating this text, yet none stand up to Lovecrafts own descriptions of the Necronomicon, until now. Fans of Lovecraftian magic and occult fiction will delight in Donald Tysons Necronomicon, based purely within Lovecrafts own fictional universe, the Cthulhu Mythos. This grimoire traces the wanderings of Abdul Alhazred, a necromancer of Yemen, on his search for arcane wisdom and magic. Alhazreds magical adventures lead him to the Arabian desert, the lost city of Irem, ruins of Babylon, lands of the Old Ones, and Damascus, where he encounters a variety of strange creatures and accrues necromantic secrets.
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The Dreams in the Witch House and Other Weird Stories
By H. P. Lovecraft


Plagued by insane nightmare visions, Walter Gilman seeks help in Miskatonic University's infamous library of forbidden books, where, in the pages of Abdul Alhazred's dreaded Necronomicon, he finds terrible hints that seem to connect his own studies in advanced mathematics with the fantastic legends of elder magic. "The Dreams in the Witch House," gathered together here with more than twenty other tales of terror, exemplifies H. P. Lovecraft's primacy among twentieth-century American horror writers.
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The Pseudonomicon
By Phil Hine


First published in a very limited edition, The Pseudonomicon has been extremely difficult to find. Dagon Productions has brought it back in this revised and expanded edition. The author says: "Disclaimer: It is generally agreed by experienced magicians that working with the Cthulhu Mythos is dangerous due to the high risk of obsession, personality disintegration or infestation by parasitic shells. Whilst giving this due consideration, I have decided to release this material since, before the throne of Azathoth, questions of who is sane and who is mad become inconsequential." and: "Each god brings its own madness. To know the god---to be accepted by it, to feel its mysteries---well you have to let that madness wash over you, and through you. This isn't in the books of magic. Why? For one thing, it's all too easily forgotten, and for an other, you have to find it out for yourself."
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Eldritch Blue:
Love & Sex in the Cthulhu Mythos
By Kevin L. O'Brien


Love & sex are perhaps two of the most powerful drives that influence humankind. They are involved in nearly every aspect of our lives in one form or another. However, they are rarely featured in Cthulhu Mythos stories except for titillation or shock value, or as window dressing to make the story seem more realistic or interesting. And yet one would think that more stories would include sexual or romantic elements simply because of the affect they might have on the Mythos, as well as the affect the Mythos might have them. After all, two such powerful forces are bound to interact with the Mythos in unusual ways. This anthology presents 20 stories written by various Mythos authors --- old and new alike --- that explore the relationship between the Mythos and love & sex. They present different ways in which love & sex affect the Mythos and in turn are affected by it, from examples of procreation to tales of seduction, obsession, and control, and lest one get the idea that love & sex are merely a weakness, there are also tales of how they can strengthen us against the power of the Outré Beings. These are more than just stories with romantic or sexual twists; they represent an innovative look at the background lore that is the Cthulhu Mythos, and they show one way in which future stories can expand and enrich that lore.
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Fritz Leiber and H.P. Lovecraft:
Writers of the Dark
By Ben J. S. Szumskyj, S. T. Joshi


While Howard Phillips Lovecraft was closing the final chapter of his writing career, Fritz Reuter Leiber was only beginning to open his own. The year was 1936 and Jonquil Leiber, Fritz's first wife, sent a letter on her own initiative to Lovecraft, knowing that her husband had been an avid admirer of his work, ever since his first reading of "The Colour out of Space" and hoping that Lovecraft's presence in Fritz's slow-paced writing career might be the source of inspiration he so dearly needed. Lovecraft replied promptly on November 2 of that year, the seed of an invigorating correspondence, which lasted till Lovecraft's passing. Fritz Leiber and H.P. Lovecraft: Writers of the Dark presents Lovecraft's letters to Leiber, an impressive selection of Leiber's fiction which shows Lovecraft's influence, and a selection of Leiber's essays on Lovecraft and Matters Lovecraftian. Features an introduction by Ben J. S. Szumskyj and an afterword by S.T. Joshi.
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The Encyclopedia Cthulhiana:
A Guide to Lovecraftian Horror
By Danel Harms


The Origins Award-Winning Call of Cthulhu Reference book is back! The Cthulhu Mythos was first created by H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937), a Providence author considered by many to be the finest horror story writer of the twentieth century. Lovecraft's tales are a blend of fantasy, science fiction, and horror, with the latter being especially prominent. His tales describe a pantheon of powerful beings known as the Great Old Ones. Since Lovecraft's time the Cthulhu Mythos has grown exponentially, until it has become increasingly difficult to keep track of, even for devoted fans. Many writers have contributed to it, including Robert E. Howard, Robert Bloch, Brian Lumley, and Stephen King. This book is the first major attempt in many years to provide a comprehensive guide to H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. The second edition of Encyclopedia Cthulhiana contains over a hundred and fifty additional pages and scores of new entries. New features includes thumbnail illustrations of the most important signs and symbols (see sample, left) and a timeline of the Cthulhu Mythos spanning billions of years. Many entries have been revised to reflect our latest understanding of the Mythos, and the infamous Necronomicon appendix has been greatly expanded. Also present for the first time is "A Brief History of the Cthulhu Mythos", which examines the evolution of the genre from the 1920s to today. A Great Resource for Call of Cthulhu players!
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The Evolution of the Weird Tale
By S. T. Joshi


S. T. Joshi is one of the premier critics of supernatural fiction. His pioneering research on H. P. Lovecraft, Lord Dunsany, Ambrose Bierce, and other writers has set a standard of scholarship that few have equaled. In The Evolution of the Weird Tale, an informal follow-up to his earlier studies, The Weird Tale (1990) and The Modern Weird Tale (2001), he assesses a wide array of American and British supernatural writers of the past century or more, meticulously scrutinizing their weird work and gauging their place in the canon of horror fiction. Such American writers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries as W. C. Morrow, F. Marion Crawford, Robert W. Chambers, and Edward Lucas White come under scrutiny, as well as their British counterparts E. F. Benson, Rudyard Kipling, and L. P. Hartley. Joshi includes substantial essays on Lovecraft and his disciples Robert Bloch, Fritz Leiber, and Frank Belknap Long. In a provocative section on contemporary writers, Joshi dissects the vampire novels of Les Daniels, the short stories of "Twilight Zone" creator Rod Serling, David J. Schow and the school of splatterpunk, and the novels and tales of Poppy Z. Brite. All in all, Joshi has provided some of the most in-depth analyses of both classic and modern weird writers ever written.
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Incredible Adventures (Lovecraft's Library)
By Algernon Blackwood, S. T. Joshi


Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) was author of one of the richest bodies of weird fiction in all literary history. H. P. Lovecraft regarded Blackwood as perhaps the greatest weird writer of his day and Incredible Adventures (1914) as among Blackwood's finest works. This collection of five novellas not only presents weird scenarios of extraordinary richness, but also probes the characters' reactions to the bizarre with unfailing subtlety and acuteness. The result is a landmark in the history of weird fiction. This edition forms an integral part of our Lovecraft's Library series, and as usual, series editor S. T. Joshi provides a very fine introduction. Table Of Contents: * Introduction * The Regeneration of Lord Ernie * The Sacrifice * The Damned * A Descent Into Egypt * Wayfarers
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From the Pest Zone: The New York Stories
By H. P. Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


H. P. Lovecraft's "New York Exile" of 1924-26 was perhaps the unhappiest period of his entire life: living in a city whose giganticism and heterogeneity he loathed, unable to find work and forced to economize drastically on food and other necessities, and trapped in an uncongenial marriage, Lovecraft could only express his anger and despair in his work. This volume, which gathers the five stories he wrote during this period, shows how Lovecraft sought refuge by returning imaginatively to his native New England ("The Shunned House," "In the Vault"), lashing out at the many "foreigners" occupying the city ("The Horror at Red Hook"), seeking the antiquarian havens that still remained in the metropolis ("He"), or boldly confronting New York's clangor and stridency ("Cool Air"). Editors S. T. Joshi and David E. Schultz supply a lengthy biographical introduction as well as exhaustive notes to each story, supplying information on their background, influences, and use of the history and topography of New York City. As a result, these five stories present an underlying unity beyond their varied themes and locales: they show how Lovecraft came to terms with America's only true megalopolis.
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An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia
By S. T. Joshi


At last, an affordable, quality paperback edition of this indispensable volume is available! For this edition, the authors have corrected some errors and made numerous revisions to incorporate references to editions of works by Lovecraft and works of Lovecraft scholarship published since the first edition of this book. This encyclopedia is an exhaustive guide to many aspects of Lovecraft's life and work, codifying the detailed research on Lovecraft conducted by many scholars over the past three decades. It includes hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries on Lovecraft and presents extensive bibliographical information. The volume draws upon rare documents, including thousands of unpublished letters, in presenting plot synopses of Lovecraft's major works, descriptions of characters in his tales, capsule biographies of his major colleagues and family members, and entries on little known features in his stories, such as his imaginary book of occult lore, the Necronomicon. The volume refers to current scholarship on the issues in question and also supplies the literary, topographical, and biographical sources for key elements in Lovecraft's work. As Lovecraft's renown continues to ascend in the 21st century, this encyclopedia will be essential to an understanding of his life and writings.
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The White People and Other Stories:
The Best Weird Tales of Arthur Machen
By Arthur Machen, S. T. Joshi


Born in Wales in 1863, Machen was a London journalist for much of his life. Among his fiction, he may be best known for the allusive, haunting title story of this book, "The White People", which H.P. Lovecraft thought to be the second greatest horror story ever written (after Blackwood's "The Willows"). This wide ranging collection also includes the crystalline novelette "A Fragment of Life", "The Angel of Mons", (a story so coolly reported that was imagined true by millions in the grim initial days of the Great War), and "The Great Return", telling of the stately visions which graced the Welsh village of Llantristant for a time. Four more tales and the poetical "Ornaments in Jade" are all finely told. This book is part of an expanding collection of 'Cthulhu Mythos' horror fiction and related topics.
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The Yellow Sign and Other Stories:
The Complete Weird Tales of Robert W. Chambers
By Robert W. Chambers, S. T. Joshi


This massive collection brings together the entire body of Robert W. Chamber's Weird fiction works including material unprinted since the 1890's. Chamber's is considered a landmark author in the field of horror literature for his King in Yellow collection, which itself represents but a small portion of his weird fiction work. These stories are intimately connected with the Cthulhu Mythos introducing such manifestations as Hali, Carcosa, and Hastur. Short stories from The King in Yellow, The Maker of Moons, The Mystery of Choice, The Tracer of Lost Persons, The Tree of Heaven, and two complete books, In Search of the Unknown and Police!!! This book contains all the immortal tales of Robert W. Chambers, including "The Repairer of Reputations", "The Yellow Sign", and "The Mask". These titles are often found in survey anthologies. In addition to the six stories reprinted from The Yellow Sign (1895) this book also offers more than two dozen other stories and episodes, about 650 pages in all. These narratives rarely have appeared in pirnt. Some have not been published in nearly a century.
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The New Lovecraft Circle
By Robert M. Price


H. P. Lovecraft was the eerily prescient genius who first electrified readers in Weird Tales magazine. His tales changed the face of horror forever and inspired the bloodcurdling offerings of a new generation. These brilliant dark visionaries forge grisly trails through previously uncharted realms of mortal terror. THE PLAIN OF SOUND by Ramsey Campbell: In the beginning they could find no source for the throbbing vibrations; in the end they could find no escape. THE HORROR ON THE BEACH by Alan Dean Foster: Along the coast of Santa Barbara, the mighty Pacific Ocean can no longer contain?or conceal?an ancient, insatiable evil stirring in its depths. THE KISS OF BUGG-SHASH by Brian Lumley: It mattered not how innocent the students? motives seemed; the demon had been summoned, and the price had to be paid?every last red drop of it. THE FISHERS FROM OUTSIDE by Lin Carter: A man obsessed with unlocking the secrets of a race older than time would not be disappointed? doomed perhaps, devoured possibly, but definitely not disappointed. AND TWENTY-ONE MORE TALES OF FEAR!
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Lovecraft
By Hans Rodionoff, Keith Giffen, Enrique Breccia


An original hardcover graphic novel pairing the writing talents of screenwriter Hans Rodionoff and comics writer Keith Giffen with the exquisite painted art of Enrique Breccia. When young Howard Phillips Lovecraft becomes the reluctant guardian of the Necronomicon, an accursed book that is the doorway to the beyond, his life veers into strange territory. From an odd upbringing through his later success as a weaver of 'weird' tales, Lovecraft maintains a tenuous balance between reality and the bizarre nightmares of his 'fictional' horror.
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Primal Sources:
Essays on H. P. Lovecraft
By S. T. Joshi


S. T. Joshi, the world's leading authority on Lovecraft, has written a substantial number of articles on Lovecraft-biographical, critical, philosophical, and bibliographical-over the 25 years in which he has been studying the Providence master of horror. In this collection, the most extensive of Joshi's critical essays ever published, many aspects of Lovecraft's works are studied. Essays on Lovecraft's relations with the Munsey magazines, with Weird Tales, and with the films of his day add sidelights to Joshi's landmark biography, H. P. Lovecraft: A Life. Joshi also treats such provocative issues as the interrelation of the dream world and the real world in Lovecraft's Dunsanian fantasies, his use of autobiography in his tales, and the many extraterrestrial civilizations he introduces in his longer narratives. Several studies of individual stories highlight little-known facts about Lovecraft's stories, including their literary and philosophical sources and the details of their plots and themes. This volume is a rich treasure-trove of information on Lovecraft by his leading interpreter.
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The Starry Wisdom:
A Tribute to H. P. Lovecraft
Edited by D. M. Mitchell, Alan Moore, Ramsey Campbell


Contemporary visions of cosmic transformation, mutation and madness - many inspired directly by the life and writings of H.P. Lovecraft, others reflecting his strangely presentient themes in their own bizarre subtexts. Here the primal beings of Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos stalk a postmodern landscape of social collapse, ethnic cleansing, genetic engineering and nuclear devastation - nightmare prophecies from his pulp pages which have now come chillingly true. These new, unpublished prose pieces and graphic works accompany some reprints to present a diverse spectrum of contributor talents including: William Burroughs, J.G. Ballard, Alan Moore, Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Michael Gira, Robert Price, Grant Morrison, Don Web, Steven Sinnett, Simon Whitechapel and others.
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Hp Lovecraft: Master of Weird Fiction
By William Schoell


Lovecraft cemented his reputation as the master of the macabre with such adult works as At the Mountains of Madness and The Cats of Ulthar. Now comes a volume for young readers that examines the quirky life of the writer himself, and many of the people and events that influenced his dark, surreal tales. Schoell traces Lovecraft's path from the life of privilege he led as a youngster through the deaths of his father and grandparents, which plunged Lovecraft into poverty. He then follows Lovecraft's erratic lifestyle--his numerous attempts at literary acclaim, the generosity of friends and family who periodically housed and sustained him, his brief marriage of convenience to a woman of means, and, finally, the inferior film adaptations of his stories, and resurgent interest in his work during the late 1970s. Concise and well researched, the book also provides a glimpse at the sometimes-torturous creative process and drives home the literal meaning of suffering for one's art.
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H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror #1
By Marvin Kaye, Lee Tanith, H. P. Lovecraft


H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine of Horror is the newest venture from Wildside Press. It is a quarterly magazine publishing the best horror fiction anywhere. Edited by Marvin Kaye and featuring top writers such as Ramsey Campbell, Tanith Lee, Brian Lumley, and many more, it is the publication you've been waiting for!
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The Taint of Lovecraft
By Stanley C. Sargent, Robert M. Price


Do you dare unearth the secrets of cosmic horror? Within these pages lie the horrifying resolutions to mysteries that have long haunted the devotees of H.P. Lovecraft. The infamous Lovecraft did his best to warn his readers of the unspeakable abominations lurking at the edges of our cosmos, awaiting the opportunity to slaughter mankind. Although Lovecraft died unexpectedly before he could tell all, another voice has taken up the crusade where Lovecraft left off, daring to provide answers vital to humanity's survival. Lovecraft fans will be thrilled by a beautifully illustrated novella, short stories and even essays contained therein, all of them expounding on the work of the Master of Supernatural Horror. Herein resides the terrible secrets of the unholy "crawling chaos", an intergalactic monstrosity that declared war on 10th Dynasty Egypt, intent on destroying mankind and its Gods as well. Learn the truth about the alien horror that stalked the hills of Dunwich and who really was responsible for that interdimensional assault. Uncover the sinister fate of the half-human traveler who was so naive that it never occurred to him that his fellow Deep Ones might view him as a traitor around Innsmouth. And find out how the infamous "Outsider" came to be such a hideous outcast.
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The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories
By H. P. Lovecraft


An unparalleled selection of fiction from the master of the American horror tale. Lovecraft's biographer and preeminent interpreter, S. T. Joshi, has prepared this volume of eighteen stories--from the early classics like "The Outsider" and "Rats in the Wall" to his mature masterworks, "The Call of Cthulhu" and "The Shadow Over Innsmouth." The first paperback to include the definitive corrected texts, The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories reveals the development of Lovecraft's mesmerizing narrative style, and establishes him as a canonical--and visionary--American writer.
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The Lurker at the Threshold
By H. P. Lovecraft


NEW EDITION! "He is not to open the door which leads to the strange time and place, nor to invite Him Who lurks at the threshold ..." went the warning in the old family manuscript that Ambrose Dewart discovered when he returned to his ancestral home in the deep woods of rural Massachusetts. Dewart's investigations into his family's sinister past eventually lead to the unspeakable revelations of The Great Old Ones who wait on the boundaries of space and time for someone to summon them to earth. Acclaimed cult horror writer H. P. Lovecraft's notes and outlines for this tale of uncanny terror were completed by August Derleth, his friend and future publisher. Of the many Lovecraft-Derleth "posthumous collaborations," The Lurker at the Threshold remains the most popular, having sold 50,000 copies in its previous edition alone.
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The H. P. Lovecraft Tarot
By D. L. Hutchinson


Second revised edition published by Mythos Books. Contains 78 cards corresponding to the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana of the traditional tarot; the Minor Arcana of The H.P. Lovecraft Tarot consisting of the Suits of Man, Artifacts, Tomes & Sites; the Major Arcana consisting of entities and creatures of H.P. Lovecraft & the Cthulhu Mythos. The cards have been redesigned with augmented or completely new illustrations. Comes with an 80 page book by Eric Friedman, who provides the introduction to the deck, detailed explanation of each Major Arcana card and how this card relates to the Cthulhu Mythos, and where applicable to its corresponding card in the traditional tarot, and for all cards in the Major & Minor Arcana both positive and negative aspects of the card are listed for those who choose to use the deck as a diviniation tool. The descriptions from the Major Arcana also include quotes from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. A suggested tarot spread, and an example reading, is provided.
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Lovecraft's Library
By S. T. Joshi


Provides comprehensive information on nearly 1000 books owned by Lovecraft. These books focus chiefly on 4 key areas that Lovecraft found particularly fascinating: ancient literature and history; the history and antiquities of New England; astronomy, chemistry, and other sciences; and, of course, the literature of weird fiction. S. T. Joshi has supplied full publication information, tables of contents for many titles, data on Lovecraft's discussions of the volumes in his stories, essays, poems, and letters, and a wealth of other information.
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At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels
By H.P. Lovecraft


Here are all the novels of H.P. Lovecraft in one volume. This book contains the complete texts of At the Mountains of Madness, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, and The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, together with The Shunned House, The Dreams in the Witch House, The Statement of Randolph Carter, The Silver Key, and Through the Gates of the Silver Key.
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Best of H.P. Lovecraft
Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre
By H P Lovecraft


This is the collection that true fans of horror fiction have been waiting for: sixteen of H.P. Lovecraft's most horrifying visions, including Lovecraft's masterpiece, "The Shadow Out of Time"-- the shocking revelation of the mysterious forces that hold all mankind in their fearsome grip. Also includes "The Rats in the Walls," "The Call of Cthulhu," "The Dunwich Horror," and "The Colour Out of Space." Introduction by Robert Bloch.
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The Colour Out of Space: Tales of Cosmic Horror
By H P Lovecraft


H. P. Lovecraft's vision of the perfect horror story was one that transcended the merely creepy and inspired a feeling of bottomless fear ­ a cosmic terror in which all of creation is at stake. This collection includes some of the genre's most notable achievements, including Algernon Blackwood's "The Willows," Henry James's "The Jolly Corner," and Arthur Machen's "The White People." Inspired by Lovecraft's survey of the field of horror fiction, this anthology also contains the title story, one of Lovecraft's best. Color and black-and-white illustrations are included.
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Crawling Chaos
By H P Lovecraft


An indispensable chronological collection of this unique writer's best work; from his distinctive collaborative pieces, prose-poems and early tales of the gruesome and bizarre, through to maturation and efflorescence of his personal cosmology, the Cthulhu Mythos. With an introduction by Colin Wilson, Crawling Chaos is essential to the library of every horror/ fantasy fan.
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Lovecraft at Last
By H. P. Lovecraft, Willis Conover


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H.P. Lovecraft:
The Decline of the West
By S. T. Joshi


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The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft:
The Road to Madness
By John Jude Palencar


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A Subtler Magick:
The Writings and Philosophy of H. P. Lovecraft
By S. T. Joshi


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The Ancient Track:
The Complete Poetical Works of H. P. Lovecraft
By H P Lovecraft


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Lord of a Visible World:
An Autobiography in Letters
By S. T. Joshi/Lovecraft


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Eternal Lovecraft:
The Persistence of HPL in Popular Culture
By Jim Turner


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The Starry Wisdom:
A Tribute to H. P. Lovecraft


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Complete H.P. Lovecraft Filmography
By Charles P. Mitchell


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The Book of Dzyan
By Tim Maroney


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The Annotated Supernatural Horror in Literature
By H P Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


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Gentleman From Angell Street:
Memories of H.P. Lovecraft

By Muriel E. Eddy,


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The Dream Cycle of H.P. Lovecraft:
Dreams of Terror and Death
By H P Lovecraft


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Dagon and Other Macabre Tales
By H P Lovecraft


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The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
By H P Lovecraft


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The Shadow out of Time: The Corrected Text
By H P Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


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The Horror in the Museum: And Other Revisions
By H P Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


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The Dunwich Horror and Others
By H P Lovecraft


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The Loved Dead: And Other Revisions
By H P Lovecraft


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H.P. Lovecraft Omnibus V1:
At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels of Terror
By H P Lovecraft


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H.P. Lovecraft Omnibus V2:
Dagon and Other Macabre Tales
By H P Lovecraft


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Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos
By H P Lovecraft


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The Annotated H.P. Lovecraft
By H P Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


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More Annotated H.P. Lovecraft
By H P Lovecraft, S. T. Joshi


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More Cthulhu Mythos

Move Under Ground
By Nick Mamatas


The American dream reveals itself to be a Lovecraftian nightmare in Mamatas's audacious first novel, set in the early 1960s, which goes on the road with Kerouac, Cassaday and Cthulhu. Jack Kerouac is in California when he receives cryptic letters from soulmate and muse Neal Cassaday, whose hallucinatory ramblings evoke "the Dark Dreamer" (aka Cthulhu), the Lovecraftian deity of cosmic entropy whom Jack blames for the era's stultifying forces of conformity, commercialism and complacency. After Jack rescues Neal from his new life as a gas station owner in Nevada, the two reverse the steps of their earlier westward trek, fighting skirmishes with "the Cult of Utter Normalcy" that serves the god, en route to a climactic showdown in New York City. The book has no more plot than Kerouac's On the Road, but the author makes Jack and Neal's surreal adventures in middle America seem the perfect expression of Lovecraft's mind-blasting horrors. He gives quaint cameos to Allen Ginsburg as a sewer-trolling prophet and William S. Burroughs as a god-swatting exterminator extraordinaire. He also manages a credible pastiche of Kerouac's visionary prose, as in this description of Manhattan: "The heart of the world, concrete and fleshy, green money pouring in and out from every corner of earth through arteries of commerce and culture, all choked up and poisoned with the madness of dead gods' dreams." Though Lovecraft reduxes are common in horror, few show the wit and energy of this original effort.
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The Atrocity Archives
By Charles Stross


In the title piece, Alan Turing, the father of modern computer science, completes his theorem on "Phase Conjugate Grammars for Extra-dimensional Summoning." Turing's work paves the way for esoteric mathematical computations that, when carried out, have side effects that leak through a channel underlying the structure of the Cosmos. Out there in the multiverse are "listeners" who can sometimes be coerced into opening gates. In 1945, Nazi Germany's Ahnenerbe-SS, in an attempt to escape the Allied onslaught, performs just such a summoning on the souls of more than six million. A gate opens to an alternate universe through which the SS move people and material-to live to fight another day. But their summoning brings forth more than the SS have bargained for-an evil, patiently waiting all this time while learning the ways of humans, now poises to lunch on Earth. Secret intelligence agencies, esoteric theorems, Lovecraftian horrors, Middle East terrorist connections, a damsel in distress, and a final battle on the surface of a dying planet round out this story.
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Dreams of Lovecraftian Horror
By W. H. Pugmire


Skilfully crafted tales with plenty of moody atmosphere and vivid locales whether it is Lovecraft's own witch-haunted Arkham or Pugmire's own genius loci of otherworldliness, Sesqua Valley. Pugmire's voice is distinctly unique as is his style of writing: precise, emotionally taut and with an all-pervading spirit of melancholy. The characters are mirrors of the alien presence that infuses the tales and gives them their tone of despair. Illustrations by author/artist Stanley C. Sargent perfectly complement the writing and add to the overall effect of the volume. Pugmire's subtle use of the Mythos is wonderful and expert, not allowing the tales to become bogged down with too much detail. He allows the mood to carry you and it does so with elegant understatement - this book is a must for any fan of dark literature.
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Cthulhu 2000: A Lovecraftian Anthology
By Jim Turner


In Cthulhu 2000, a host of horror and fantasy's top authors captures the spirit of supreme supernatural storyteller H. P. Lovecraft--with eighteen chilling contemporary tales that would have made the master proud. - The Barrens by F. Paul Wilson: In a tangled wilderness, unearthly lights lead the way to a world no human was meant to see. - His Mouth Will Taste of Wormwood by Poppy Z. Brite: Two dabblers in black magic encounter a maestro of evil enchantment. - On the Slab by Harlan Ellison: The corpse of a one-eyed giant brings untold fortune--and unspeakable fear--to whoever possesses it. - Pickman's Modem by Lawrence Watt-Evans: Horror is a keystroke away, when an ancient evil lurks in modern technology. PLUS FOURTEEN MORE BLOOD-CURDLING STORIES!
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Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos
By Robert M. Price


When H.P. Lovecraft first introduced his macabre universe in the pages of Weird Tales magazine, the response was electrifying. Gifted writers­among them his closest peers­added sinister new elements to the fear-drenched landscape. Here are some of the most famous original stories from the pulp era that played a pivotal role in reflecting the master's dark vision. "FANE OF THE BLACK PHARAOH" by Robert Bloch: A man obsessed with unearthing dark secrets succumbs to the lure of the forbidden. "BELLS OF HORROR" by Henry Kuttner: Infernal chimes ring the promise of dementia and mutilation. "THE FIRE OF ASSURBANIPAL" by Robert E. Howard: In the burning Afghan desert, a young American unleashes an ancient curse. "THE ABYSS" by Robert A. W. Lowndes: A hypnotized man finds himself in an alternate universe, trapped on a high wire between life and death. AND SIXTEEN MORE TALES OF ICY TERROR!
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Dagon: DVD


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The Children of Cthulhu:
Chilling New Tales
Various Authors


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The Three Imposters and Other Stories:
Best Weird Tales of Arthur Machen, V1
(Call of Cthulhu Fiction)


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The Book of Eibon
(Call of Cthulhu Fiction)
By Robert M. Price


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Acolytes of Cthulhu
By Robert M. Price


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Beneath the Moors and Darker Places
By Brian Lumley


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Ancient Sorceries and Other Weird Stories
By Algernon Blackwood


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Quest for Cthulhu
By August Derleth


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Song of Cthulhu:
Tales of Spheres Beyond Sound
By Stephen Mark Rainey


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The Last Trumpet
By Stephen Mark Rainey


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Nameless Cults
(Call of Cthulhu Fiction)
By Robert E. Howard


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New Mythos Legends
By Bruce R. Gehweiler


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