Introduction to Issue #30, by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Mike Davis asked me to guest edit a King in Yellow issue of The Lovecraft eZine and I was quick to say yes. For various reasons, there were many I did not get the chance to invite to A Season in Carcosa, so I looked at my old list and asked who might like to book a room in the Tower of Gloom. Everyone said they’d love to come to Carcosa for a season, but sadly life got in the way for some and they could not come and play. Happily the others braved greyness and rain and walked, carrying their strange imaginations, across the cloudwaves.

It is with great pleasure that The Lovecraft eZine (and your humble editor) presents these tributes to the dark imagination of weird fiction master, Robert W. Chambers.

I hope you enjoy these glimpses into the dim and lonely places of Carcosa.

— Joe Pulver

Read issue #30

Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., is the author of the novels, The Orphan Palace and Nightmare’s Disciple, and he has written many short stories that have appeared in magazines and anthologies, including Weird Fiction Review, Crypt of Cthulhu, and Lovecraft eZine, Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, S. T. Joshi’s Black Wings (I and III), Book of Cthulhu and Tales of Jack the RipperThe Starry Wisdom Library, and The Children of Old Leech. His short story collections, Blood Will Have Its SeasonSIN & ashes, and Portraits of Ruin, were published by Hippocampus Press.He edited A Season in Carcosa and The Grimscribe’s Puppets (Miskatonic River Press), and Ann K. Schwader’s The Worms Remember.He is at work on two new mixed-genre collections of weird fiction, Stained Translations (Hippocampus Press 2014), and The Protocols of Ugliness, both edited by Jeffrey Thomas, and the upcoming anthologies, Cassilda’s Song and The Leaves of the Necronomicon (both Chaosium 2015).You can find him online at:

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