Issue #21 – January 2013

Welcome to issue 21!  Mike Davis here, editor and publisher.  This is the first issue of 2013, and I’m looking forward to another great year of Lovecraftian tales.  Thanks so much for being here with me in 2011 and 2012… Lovecraft eZine will be around for a long time to come!  If you prefer, you can also read this issue on Kindle or Nook, or, listen to the Podcast version!  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.

Issue #21 cover by Adam Baker – click to enlarge –

Issue #21 cover by Adam Baker – click to enlarge –


Beneath the Pier
by Stephen Mark Rainey

An Eidolon of Filth
by W.H. Pugmire

A (~BIG~) Fishy Menu
by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Dom and Gio’s Barber Shop
by Gerry Huntman

The Stranger’s Trail
by Tom Lynch

Dunwich Redux
by Tim Scott


To purchase issue #21 for your Kindle or Nook, click here.


Listen to this issue’s podcast for free at this link.


Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis

Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain

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

Story Illustrations: Nick GuckerMike DominicStjepan LukacRobert ElrodLeslie Herzfeld

Story Readers: Vincent LaRosa, Chaz Engan, David Binks, Mark Robinson, Morgan Scorpion, Lou Columbus

Issue #21 line editor: David Binks

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