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!
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
by Dale Bailey and Nathan Ballingrud
Cement Shoe Cthulhu
by Derek Ferreira
The Moon’s Architecture
by Graham Lowther
The Arkham Terror
by Pete Rawlik
KINDLE & NOOK
Click here for the Kindle and Nook editions of issue #26.
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 Gucker, Peter Szmer, Lee Copeland, Steve 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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I actually really liked “The Arkham Terror” by Pete Rawlik.
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.
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?”
I really liked the short stories – I particularly liked “Cement Shoe Cthulhu,” by Derek Ferreira. I liked the insider viewpoint.
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You chose an excellent day to publish this issue. It’s Lovecraft’s 123rd birthday today.