Issue #32 – August 2014

Welcome to issue #32.  I have eight Lovecraftian and Weird tales for you this issue, as well as our usual column by the infamous Robert M. Price.  I think you’ll enjoy this issue!  Be sure to comment on the stories — that means the world to the writers. Thank you for supporting The Lovecraft eZine…and remember to use the portal!

Cover for issue #32, by Lee Copeland

Art by Lee Copeland – – click to enlarge


Cthulhu Does Stuff #11
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson

Echoes from Cthulhu’s Crypt, #9
a monthly column by Robert M. Price

Beyond the Wakeful Senses
by W.H. Pugmire

The Presence
by William Rasmussen

The White Cathedral
by Robert Karol

All Within the Tender Bones
by Jason Rolfe

Leviathan’s Wake
by Mark Howard Jones

The Power of a Name
by David Anthony

Princess and the Bee
by Greg Norris

King Kane
by John Howard


Click here to purchase the Kindle edition of issue #32 at Amazon.  Click here to purchase the Nook edition.


Click here to buy the podcast edition of issue #32.


Click here to buy the print edition of issue #32.


Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover: Lee Copeland
Graphic design: Leslie Harker
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Nikos Alteri, Nick Gucker, Dave Felton, Peter Szmer, Steve Santiago, Mike Dominic
Story Readers: Lou Columbus, Anthony Pearce, Kim Smeltzer, David Binks, Mark Robinson, Douglas Wynne, Vincent LaRosa
Line Editor: David Binks, Adrian Chamberlin

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4 responses to “Issue #32 – August 2014

  1. Brilliant cover! My Kindle is currently kaput, otherwise I’d get me a kindle edition. I have an old black and white model in a drawer somewhere, but that won’t do justice to the slick cover.


  2. Great-looking issue, Mike! And not just because I have a story in it! I’ll be picking up a print copy or two whenever it becomes available. Thanks, Bill!


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