Lovecraftian Links: Lovecraftian Gothic art, Commonplace Book Stories, and more

Lovecraftian Links is back after a week and a half hiatus.  Enjoy!  And remember, to stay in the loop about all things Lovecraft, subscribe to this website (top right side of this page), join us on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter.

Lovecraftian Gothic: My H.P. Lovecraft version of Grant Wood’s famous painting (American Gothic) of a brother and sister in front of their home. These are the Whateleys; (from right to left) Old Wizard Whateley, Lavinia and the almost ten-year old Wilbur… (Thanks to Arkham Daily News for the link)

A Commonplace Book of the Weird: Upon his untimely death, H.P. Lovecraft, the early twentieth-century master of “weird fiction,” left behind descriptions of 221 unwritten stories. Some were only a few ambiguous words long, others were complete plot outlines, and all of them died with their author.  Now, 70 years later, writers from all over the country have come together to bring these untold stories to life… (Thanks to Innsmouth Free Press for the link)

The H.P. Lovecraft Festival (second installment): Shut your eyes tight and pull the covers high for the second annual H.P. Lovecraft Festival, which transports you into the delicious world of weird horror with two adaptations of classic Lovecraft stories, “Call of Cthulhu” and “Reanimator…”

‘Cthulhu Saves the World’ Now Available for PC: Developed by Zeboyd Games, Cthulhu Saves the World is a parody of classic RPGs like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, starring monsters from the stories of pulp horror author H.P Lovecraft…

The Confusing Case Of Lovecraft’s Copyrights: At first his story seemed fine but mundane: an expedition to collect the famed texts of H. P. Lovecraft, which were rumoured to be in America. But it soon became so hideous I almost thought him a madman…

Lovecraft’s Dagon Makes it to Kickstarter: Lovecraft and comic fans, creator Mark Rudolph (website, Twitter) has taken the story, “Dagon” (Wikipedia), and converted it into a 70+ page graphic novel. But that final step, printing, needs help…

Behold the Cthulhu Mona Lisa: Fhtagn!


One response to “Lovecraftian Links: Lovecraftian Gothic art, Commonplace Book Stories, and more

  1. I’m way behind on reading the ezine, so just saw this. Thanks for the tip on Dagon. I was able to pledge before the deadline.

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