“Lovecraft’s Monsters”: Table of Contents, and video chat with editor Ellen Datlow

Lovecraft's MonstersOn today’s Lovecraft eZine video chat, I spoke with editor Ellen Datlow about the upcoming anthology Lovecraft’s Monsters.  You can watch the interview in the Youtube video at the end of this post — and, here’s the table of contents:

  • Only the End of the World Again by Neil Gaiman
  • Bulldozer by Laird Barron
  • Red Goat Black Goat by Nadia Bulkin
  • The Same Deep Waters as You by Brian Hodge
  • A Quarter to Three by Kim Newman
  • The Dappled Thing by William Browning Spencer
  • Inelastic Collisions by Elizabeth Bear
  • Remnants by Fred Chappell
  • Love is Forbidden, We Croak & Howl by Caitlín R. Kiernan
  • The Sect of the Idiot by Thomas Ligotti
  • Jar of Salts by Gemma Files
  • Black is the Pit From Pole to Pole by Howard Waldrop and Steven Utley
  • Waiting at the Crossroads Motel by Steve Rasnic Tem
  • I’ve Come to Talk with you Again by Karl Edward Wagner
  • The Bleeding Shadow by Joe R. Lansdale
  • That of Which We Speak When We Speak of the Unspeakable by Nick Mamatas
  • Haruspicy by Gemma Files
  • Children of the Fang by John Langan

You can pre-order Lovecraft’s Monsters by clicking here.  Something else to look forward to: In the interview, Ellen told me that Lovecraft’s Monsters will have interior illustrations of the “monsters”.

In the meantime, if you haven’t read her first Lovecraftian anthology Lovecraft Unbound, you really should.  It’s one of the best.  Buy it here: Lovecraft Unbound.

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2 responses to ““Lovecraft’s Monsters”: Table of Contents, and video chat with editor Ellen Datlow

  1. Morning,

    No chance to watch the interview yet (at work.)

    I yust placed both of her Lovecraft books on my Amazon wish list. I have one question though. I prefer hardbacks over paperbacks, do you know if these are, have been or will be released in hardback format?

    Also, I yust checked out her website, looks like lots of great stuff.




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