Issue #26 – August 2013

Welcome to the 26th issue of The Lovecraft eZine! I rarely publish reprints, but in the cast of The Crevasse, I could not resist; it is one of my favorite Lovecraftian stories, first published in the excellent Lovecraft Unbound. In addition, I have five more original Lovecraftian tales, including a story from Pete Rawlik’s upcoming Reanimators, plus the usual Cthulhu Does Stuff comic and our monthly column by Robert M. Price. Enjoy!

Artwork by Peter Szmer: http://www.peterszmer.com/

Artwork by Peter Szmer – http://www.peterzmer.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cthulhu Does Stuff, #5
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson

Echoes From Cthulhu’s Crypt, #4
a column by Robert M. Price

The Crevasse
by Dale Bailey and Nathan Ballingrud

Cement Shoe Cthulhu
by Derek Ferreira

Between
by William Meikle

The Moon’s Architecture
by Graham Lowther

The Arkham Terror
by Pete Rawlik

The Pariah
by Bruce Durham

KINDLE & NOOK

Click here for the Kindle and Nook editions of issue #26.

PODCAST

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

CREDITS

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 Santiago, Greg Chapman and Mike Dominic
Story Readers: Lou Columbus, Chaz Engan, David Binks, Mark Robinson, Vincent LaRosa, and Robert M. Price
Line Editor: David Binks

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6 responses to “Issue #26 – August 2013

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  2. I really liked the short stories – I particularly liked “Cement Shoe Cthulhu,” by Derek Ferreira. I liked the insider viewpoint.

  3. The Moon’s Architecture was excellent. It has a nice slow build-up off oddities. I want to go ask strangers “What Time do you have?”

  4. I enjoyed “The Moons Architecture” because of the atmosphere that the author created, and I always enjoy a creepy creature story as in “The Arkham Terror.” Thanks for a great E-Zine.

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