According to the composer Claude Debussy, “Music is the space between the notes.” I never really understood that before, but I do now. I understand this and more, so much […]
In this genre once you discover the truth, there is usually (but not always) no counterbalance. The universe is a terrifying place, you are small, and weak, and pathetic in comparison. You might be food, or worse.
“The problem with you humans was that you had no tind’losi. Even now, here, billions of years after your species went extinct, you still don’t understand your place in things, […]
You can stop pretending, I know you’re awake. You’ve been straining against the ropes for the last three minutes. Don’t try to speak, you’ll just embarrass yourself. I’m sorry about […]
Art by Nick Gucker: -http://www.nickthehat.com/ — click to enlarge It’s the 4th of September, 1935, and I am in Kingsport, not far from where I was born. I lounge in the […]
Art by Nickolas Gucker: http://www.nickthehat.com – click to enlarge For the record, my name is Stuart Asa Hartwell. I reside and work at Number Twenty-Nine Crane Street. The expansive three-story […]
The True Story of the Night I Went Bad, by Pete Rawlik, author of the upcoming Lovecraftian novel Reanimators. Its October 1985, I’m seventeen, a senior at Abington High School […]
The following essay is by Pete Rawlik, author of the upcoming Lovecraftian novel Reanimators. The term “Lovecraftian Horror” gets bandied about quite a bit, including by me, but what does it […]
(Download the audio version of this story here, or click the play button below. Read by Morgan Scorpion. Story illustration by Robert Elrod.) [audio https://lovecraftzine.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/the-thing-in-the-depths.mp3] For Wilum H. Pugmire Once, I […]
(Download the audio version of this story here, or click the play button below. Read by Morgan Scorpion. Story illustration by Ronnie Tucker.) [audio https://lovecraftzine.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/pickmans-marble.mp3] I HAD TAKEN THE WARM DAY to […]
The Yith Are Eternal, Patient, Methodical, Monstrous, Cold Minds From Beyond Time and Space. The Yith Have Always Been With Us… and So Have the Peaslees.
This is Horror announced their 2016 winners today, and I’m pleased to report that The Lovecraft eZine won Nonfiction Podcast of the Year (for the Lovecraft eZine Podcast), Anthology of the Year (for AUTUMN CTHULHU) and Fiction Magazine of the Year.
This episode’s guests are… us! I’ve received a few requests for more information on the writers and editors on this show, so on this episode, we interview each other.
We talked with Chet about collecting Lovecraftian books and memorabilia, about his work, and ended the discussion with writing advice. Then Pete Rawlik and Philip Fracassi showed us some of their limited edition and collectible Lovecraftian books, and gave us some great advice on book collecting in general.
I’d like to reflect on what I really enjoyed about my little slice of Lovecraftian fandom in 2016.