On last Saturday’s “Late Night with Lovecraft eZine” video chat, Rick Lai, Blair Leggett, Pete Rawlik, and the rest of us were talking about Robert M. Price‘s Crypt of Cthulhu […]
Submitted for your Abhorrence I believe that Carol Serling once remarked that her illustrious husband Rod was a great fan of H.P. Lovecraft and Weird Tales. But if that is […]
If you’re looking for other Lovecraft fans to interact with, look no further than the weekend video chats at The Lovecraft eZine. (Details here.) Some video chats have special guests, […]
A Tale of the Kalem Club I believe you are acquainted with the basic facts of the Kalem Club, a group of Lovecraft’s bachelor pals, most of whose last names […]
All editions of issue #25 will be published this week: The free website edition, the Kindle and Nook editions, and the podcast! Here’s a preview of what I have for […]
The Lovecraftian Life-cycle I have had the great pleasure of a decades-long involvement (if that’s a strong enough word. Addiction maybe?) with the work of H.P. Lovecraft. I hopped aboard […]
As of this writing, a Wizard of Oz remake is about to hit the big screen. Has it ever occurred to you that The Dunwich Horror might be understood as […]
Joe Pulver suggested, I thought it was a great idea, and Bob Price was kind enough to accept. If you don’t know who Robert Price is, keep reading (the rest […]
Click the play button in the Youtube video below to watch my video chat with Robert M. Price LIVE, at 6pm EST (5pm Central, 3pm Pacific, 11pm London time). If […]
“H. P. Lovecraft’s Letters to Robert Bloch and Others” contained discussions of several unpublished early tales by Bloch that never saw print.
“Let the red dawn surmise What we shall do, When this blue starlight dies And all is through.” I There are so many things which are impossible to explain! Why […]
(Download the audio version of this story here, or click the play button below. Read by S.R. Jones. Story illustration by Stjepan Lukac.) [audio https://lovecraftzine.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/robert_borski_fadetoblack_0615_001.mp3] “I bet over the years, Dr. […]
Lovecraft’s Uniqueness. That is what we want to explore in this essay, “What makes Lovecraft’s fiction trail-blazing?” Or specifically, while Lovecraft was a materialist and atheist, “What literary steps did he take to rekindle a myth-hunger in modern humanity?”
THE SCARLET SOUL is a testament to the love and dedication Swan River Press put into their craft and they should be applauded for the physical allure alone. This is a book one can see becoming an heirloom object. My advice would be to snap up a copy of The Scarlet Soul while they are still available and keep an eye out for future releases by Swan River Press, while their price range is affordable their books are imminently collectible.