Issue #33 – December 2014

Welcome to issue #33!  I have another eight Lovecraftian tales for you this issue, and of course there’s the usual column by Robert M. Price, and the “Cthulhu Does Stuff” comic.  Be sure to comment on the stories — it means so much to the writers. Happy New Year!

Art by Lee Copeland – – click to enlarge


Cthulhu Does Stuff #12
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson

Echoes from Cthulhu’s Crypt, #10
a monthly column by Robert M. Price

Rain Blush
by Neil Murrell

Song in the Dark
by Andrew Jack

A Sense of Time
by Pete Rawlik

That Which Dwells Beneath
by Andrew Nicolle

The Pnakotic Puzzle
by Josh Reynolds

Books (Misc.)
by Steven Prizeman

The Story of Herr Hackenschmidt
by Benjamin Welton

Monarch of the Mountains
by Matthew Warner


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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, Adam Baker, Nick Gucker, Dave Felton, Peter Szmer, Dominic Black, Raven Daegmorgan
Story Readers: Kim Smeltzer, David Binks, Mark Robinson, Douglas Wynne, Vincent LaRosa, Chaz Engan
Line Editor: David Binks

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