I’m starting something new here at the website. As you probably know, I post interesting Lovecraftian links at the eZine Facebook page, on my Twitter account, and on my Google Plus account. However, it can be easy to miss a link, so from now on, every weekend I’ll post a roundup of the links from the past week.
Here we go! Links:
- I added more links to the Mike’s Recommended Lovecraftian Books page.
- Drabblecast 262 – My True Lovecraft Gave to Me: I fear that if I remain any longer, my health and my sanity will be forfeit. Perhaps if I explain the events of weeks, it will become clearer why I have to quit…
- A Season in Carcosa is now available on Kindle.
- Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened is heading to iPad this year: The game was well-received upon its arrival in the times of yore and a remastered version came out in 2008…
- Probe of Antarctica’s hidden lakes may yield clues to extraterrestrial life: I trust that I don’t have to explain why I included this link. 😉
- H.P. Hatecraft: What a telemarketer might hear if he phoned a Lovecraftian Cultist.
- At last, science explains the physics in Call of Cthulhu.
I think that covers most of the links; now here are the pictures I posted this past week at the eZine Facebook page:
I posted this picture on my wall a few days ago, and this comment by Sabella Hess Dziabczenko made my day: “I want you to know, I had to come back to this and post. This picture was such an inspiration to me. I am an artist starting my own little business, and writing a little on the side – this picture made me realize what amazing things, and what sources of inspiration, can come from even a little corner, if you love what you do. What you do in this little office reaches so many people, and means so much. Thank you – for doing what you do, and for inspiring me to get to work in MY little corner.”
And finally, video from this past week:
By quantumcatanimation.com, with huge thanks to Leeman Kessler of Ask Lovecraft. In the wake of the destruction and madness wreaked by the Ancient One, its inadvertent creator apologizes for his actions leading to such suffering and gibbering.