The PRINT edition of “Lovecraft eZine” issue 30 (The King in Yellow issue) is now available!

It might seem like we’re taking advantage of the King in Yellow fever created by True Detective, but actually, this issue has been in the works for almost a year.  I think you’ll enjoy it!

This is the first issue that I have not personally edited — this one is edited by the Mayor of Carcosa himself, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., and features stories by Jayaprakash Sathyamurthy, Pete Rawlik, Rick Lai, Tom Lynch, and Michael Griffin, with a poem by Ann K. Schwader, a column by Robert M. Price, and the original story The Yellow Sign by Robert W. Chambers.

You can order it here — website, Kindle, Nook, and audio editions coming in the next few days.

Here’s the table of contents:

Introduction, by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Cthulhu Does Stuff, our usual comic by Ronnie Tucker and Maxwell Patterson

Echoes From Cthulhu’s Crypt #7, our usual column by Robert M. Price

The Queen’s Speech, a poem by Ann K. Schwader

O Skies Above O Earth Below I Love The Best, by Jayaprakash Sathyamurthy

The First Act, by Pete Rawlik

The Masks of Hastur, by Rick Lai

Stairsie, by Tom Lynch

No Mask to Conceal Her Voice, by Michael Griffin

The Yellow Sign, by Robert W. Chambers

Order issue #30 here!

4 responses to “The PRINT edition of “Lovecraft eZine” issue 30 (The King in Yellow issue) is now available!

  1. Just ordered the print issue # 30. I am looking forward to it especially since it literally follows on the heels of True Detective. Now there’s a fortuitous bit of serendipity if I’ve ever seen one.

  2. Fantastic I love some paper once in a while. Postage to good old Europe is decent as well. Thanks and keep it up! Looking forward.

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