Issue #25 – July 2013

Welcome to issue #25!  This month, Robert M. Prices waxes nostalgic about the Kalem Club, Ronnie and Max tickle your funny bone with Cthulhu Does Stuff, and I have five Lovecraftian tales of terror for you!  Please remember to comment on the stories…it means so much to the authors. Enjoy issue #25.

July 2013 issue cover, by Leslie Herzfeld: - click to enlarge

July 2013 issue cover, by Leslie Herzfeld: – click to enlarge


Cthulhu Does Stuff, #4
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson

Echoes From Cthulhu’s Crypt, #3
a column by Robert M. Price

And They Did Live by Watchfires
by Evan Dicken

In Dark Corners
by Bradley H. Sinor

Missing Presumed Wiped
by Derek John

The Eye
by Justin Munro

A Glimpse of the Future
by Stewart Horn


Click here to buy issue #25 for your Kindle or Nook.


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


Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover, logo, and fonts: Leslie Herzfeld
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Nick GuckerPeter Szmer, ​Lee CopelandSteve Santiagoand Dominic Black
Story Readers: Lou Columbus, Chaz Engan, Julia Morgan, David Binks, Vincent LaRosa, and Robert Price
Line Editor: David Binks

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5 responses to “Issue #25 – July 2013

  1. wow just finished a parallel reading/listening to issue 25 and I’m seriously checking out the shelves behind you for all the stoker, world fantasy, Shirley Jackson awards and countless others I should be seeing. Great issue – the best thing to ever happen to Lovecraft fans. How does one go about sliding in some noms for well deserved recognition?


  2. Thank you very muchly for this lovely publication. The comic strip was fun and the columns very informative. You help to keep one of America’s great writers alive.


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