Prior to Lovecraft, the gods were looking out for us. The hero might likely survive because the gods were benevolent. Lovecraft changed that. He wrote of the indifference of the cosmos and the insignificance of man.
Our explorations lead us to H. P. Lovecraft, and the world changes forever. He also is not interested in people or relationships. He is only interested in ideas. But what ideas!
46 Lovecraftian stories, columns by esteemed Lovecraftian scholar Robert M. Price, the Cthulhu Does Stuff comic, and more!
Apparently there are some major Lovecraftian themes in Stephen King’s new novel, REVIVAL!
G.W. Thomas writes “I recently came across what I consider to be the first Mythos comic”. Read it here.
I think fans of Philip Jose Farmer, crossover fiction, Science Fiction, French Pulp Fiction, and the Cthulhu Mythos will really enjoy this novella.
It’s always interesting to hear how someone discovered the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Please comment below, introduce yourself, and tell us how you were exposed to HPL’s stories! And if […]
It’s Tuesday night, which means it’s time for us to play Call of Cthulhu! The King in Yellow has become somewhat popular lately, so I thought it would be fun […]
Put another way: If August Derleth had not rescued H.P. Lovecraft’s work from literary obscurity, would someone else have done it? Please comment below with your opinion on this. My […]
The October issue of The Lovecraft eZine (issue #27) is now online! Read it for free here. This issue is a tribute to Roger Zelazny’s beloved book, A Night in the […]
We’ve talked about Pete Rawlik’s Reanimators a lot lately. It’s a great book, and I just found out that TODAY ONLY, the Kindle edition is only $1.99. Get it here. […]
A couple of weeks ago, I posted about some of the unintentionally funny endings in Mythos fiction, and proposed a contest: Write a flash fiction Lovecraftian story with a silly […]
This post is by JUSTIN STEELE, a Lovecraft eZine contributor. Back when I first devoured all of Lovecraft’s writings, I was delighted to find out that Lovecraft’s works were only the foundation of […]
As you probably know, beginning with issue #19 The Lovecraft eZine is now available as a podcast. In the podcast, you can listen to every story in each issue! For a limited […]
(We will be discussing Absentia on “Late Night with Lovecraft eZine” this coming Saturday night — details here.) (This post written by Repairer of Reputations.) There’s a ward in Tokyo called Sendagaya. In […]