Welcome to issue #31 — June, 2014. Mike Davis here, editor and publisher. I don’t usually publish reprints, but this issue I have two: alligators by Scott Nicolay, and Stone Cold Fever by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. I reprinted these two stories because I truly enjoyed them; but I also wanted to bring the books they appear in to your attention: Ana Kai Tangata, and Blood Will Have Its Season, respectively. In addition, this issue contains six more original tales, plus a short graphic novel, our usual Cthulhu Does Stuff Comic, and our column by the legendary Robert M. Price. Enjoy issue #31… and thanks, so much, for supporting The Lovecraft eZine.
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by Ross E. Lockhart
KINDLE & NOOK
Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover: Lee Copeland
Graphic design: Leslie Harker
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Nick Gucker, Dominic Black, Dave Felton, Peter Szmer, Lee Copeland
Story Readers: Lou Columbus, Anthony Pearce, David Binks, Chaz Engan, Mark Robinson, Douglas Wynne, Vincent LaRosa
Line Editor: David Binks, Adrian Chamberlin
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