Issue #19 – November 2012

Welcome to issue #19 of The Lovecraft eZine.  I hope you enjoy these Lovecraftian tales!  Please be sure to comment on the stories… it means so much to the writers and artists.  And as always… thanks for reading.

(If you would like to purchase the Kindle or Nook edition of issue #19, click here.)


November 2012 issue cover — art by Adam Baker, text and logo by Leslie Herzfeld — click to enlarge

A Thousand Smokes
by W.H. Pugmire

The Strange Case of
Crazy Joe Gallo

by Jeffrey Thomas

In the House of the Hummingbirds
by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

The Treatment Room
by Kevin Crisp

Obsidian Capra Aegagrus
by Christopher Slatsky

The Dig
by Monica Valentinelli

by Logan Davis


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Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis

Kindle & Nook versionsKenneth W. Cain

Issue cover: Adam Baker; logo and fonts by Leslie Herzfeld

Story illustrations: Steve SantiagoStjepan LukacSascha RenningerNick GuckerPeter SzmerMike Dominic, and Miko.

Story readers: Mark Robinson, David Binks, Vincent LaRosa, Lou Columbus, and Morgan Scorpion.

Issue #19 co-editor: David Binks

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5 responses to “Issue #19 – November 2012

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  3. I just wanted to leave another comment about this issue real quick. After a couple days up and running, this issue still hasn’t received a lot of comments on the artists that help portray their demented imaginations for each piece of writing. I wanted to say a big BRAVO to you all and know that you help us see what we can only imagine.


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