Issue #17 – September 2012

Welcome to another themed issue of The Lovecraft eZine!  Mike Davis here, editor and publisher.  Most of us probably think of H.P. Lovecraft as writing in the horror genre, but really, many of his stories could be just as easily considered science fiction — or at least, horror/science fiction.  It’s with that thought in mind that I bring you this science fiction themed issue.  Enjoy issue #17!  (Purchase Kindle or Nook editions of issue #17 at this link.)

issue 17 cover by Leslie Herzfeld – click to enlarge


A Mote in the Void
by Simon Kewin

by Glynn Barrass

The Twilight Turns From Amethyst
by Nicola Belte

Red Sands
by Douglas Poirier

by Julio Toro San Martin


Kindle version: Kenneth W. Cain

Issue cover: Leslie Herzfeld

Story illustrations: Nick GuckerStjepan LukacRobert ElrodWarren LayberrySteve Santiago

Story readers: Mark Robinson,  Juliana Quartaroli, Vincent LaRosa, David Binks

Issue #17 co-editor: David Binks

Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis

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2 responses to “Issue #17 – September 2012

  1. Hi Mike! In line with the great new website that the VanderMeer’s created called The Weird Fiction Review (here: I think we should consider Lovecraft’s fiction to be “Weird” fiction and leave it at that. Another of my favorites Caitlin R. Kiernan is also just about unclassifiable. So she falls into the “Weird” as well. Check out the website. The Weird is really catching on and includes a global presence that I never knew about before.

    Love the Zine man! Keep it coming.

    Leo Vincent


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