Issue #12 – March 2012

Issue #12 rises from the depths.  Welcome!  Mike Davis here, editor and publisher.  Issue #12 is here because YOU donated and made it possible.  I want you to again know how much I appreciate it.  It’s an amazing feeling to see how much Lovecraft eZine means to all of you.  I hope you enjoy this issue; as always, the goal of each issue of Lovecraft eZine is the same quality of fiction or better found in print anthologies.  In issue #12, our talented writers have done that once again.  Enjoy the stories, and be sure to look at the names under “credits” below, and click on their websites when you have time.  These artists, editors, and story readers are a big reason why this magazine is so great.  Happy reading!

Lovecraft eZine issue 12 cover – illustration by Stjepan Lukac

TABLE OF CONTENTS

A Catechism for
Aspiring Amnesiacs

by Nicole Cushing

Available Light
by John Palisano

That Old Problem
by T.E. Grau

Taking the Cure
by Mark Howard Jones

The Fire of Zon Mezzamalech
by Randall D. Larson

CREDITS

Co-editors:
A.J. French, Bruce L. Priddy

Kindle version: Kenneth W. Cain

Issue cover: Stjepan Lukac

Story illustrations:
Mike Dominic, Nick Gucker, Galen Dara, Dana Wright, Steve Santiago

Story readers: Chris DeadJuliana Quartaroli, David Binks, Bruce L. Priddy

Chief cook and bottle washer: Mike Davis

(The Lovecraft eZine is sponsored in part by the Lovecraftian book That Which Should Not Be, by Brett J. Talley, and the Lovecraftian game Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land.  Please consider clicking these links — these folks help make this magazine possible.)

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9 responses to “Issue #12 – March 2012

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  3. The Lovecraft eZine is a great way to start (or end) your day! Great issue – I now follow it irreligiously.

  4. Another fine issue! I enjoyed Larson’s “Fire of Zon Mezzalmalech”. I could almost smell an old copy of ‘Weird Tales’ as I read it.

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