Welcome to issue #20 of The Lovecraft eZine… and Happy Holidays! Mike Davis here, publisher and editor. I hope all of you are having a great Holiday. This is the final issue of 2012, of course, and I’d like to take this opportunity to THANK all of you for reading, and for all your patronage. I have such loyal readers and I appreciate you all. I appreciate the kind comments about each issue, and all of you who support Lovecraft eZine by donating or by using the eZine Amazon portal. THANK YOU, so much, and I’m looking forward to many more stories in the new year!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Of Faith and Fallow
by William R.D. Wood
The Dead of Winter
by Jay Caselberg
Herbert West in Love
by Molly Tanzer
by Neil John Buchanan
KINDLE & NOOK
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Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover: Ronnie Tucker; logo and fonts by Leslie Herzfeld
Story Illustrations: Steve Santiago, Peter Szmer, Stjepan Lukac, Miko, and Sascha Renninger.
Story Readers: Bruce L. Priddy, David Binks, Vincent LaRosa, Lou Columbus, and Chaz Engan.
Issue #20 co-editor: David Binks
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Thanks for the kind words, all!
A good read. I really liked the setting in “The Dead of Winter”.
Great solstice issue all around. From the art to the podcast, these tales satisfied my horrible yuletide hunger for weird fiction. Happy holidays to all! Thanks to mike and all who help with the eZine, this is a great way to close out 2012.
Thank you, Lovcraft eZine for the Christmas present! I enjoyed all the stories this month, and believe, personally, you saved the best for last, Richard Holland’s Yule Log was excellent!
I second what Mike Antonio said, that is a great cover. Can’t want to read.
Such a great cover!!!