Here is the upcoming guest schedule for The Lovecraft eZine Podcast!
Happy Holidays!! Here is a fantastic reading of HPL’s “The Festival”, plus an illustrated PDF of the story from the Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine. Enjoy!
“For the first time ever, the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society has produced an audio recording of all of Lovecraft’s stories… this collection spans his entire career from his earliest surviving works of childhood to stories completed shortly before his death… This audio bonanza features seventy-four stories adding up to more than fifty (50!) hours of Lovecraftian listening fun, professionally performed and recorded for your enjoyment.”
Knifepoint Horror is one of the finest examples of weird fiction that I have come across. In my opinion, every writer and reader of weird fiction should be paying attention to what author Soren Narnia is doing with this podcast.
We talked about Lovecraftian-influenced comic books, about writing Lovecraftian fiction, if cosmic horror should ever have a happy ending, and more!
Guest Nathan Carson, our favorite Lovecraftian anthologies, the work of Thomas Ligotti, and more!
This episode’s guests are… us! I’ve received a few requests for more information on the writers and editors on this show, so on this episode, we interview each other.
A very fun podcast this week! We talked about Lovecraftian-themed horror movies currently on Netflix and Amazon Prime, upcoming Lovecraftian and weird fiction books, and more.
“The Call of Cthulhu”, “Dagon: War of Worlds”, and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” are just three of the excellent Lovecraftian audio dramas from Dark Adventure Radio Theatre!
Listen to The Lovecraft eZine’s weekly podcast! We discuss all things Cthulhu, horror, weird fiction, and more! Available on iTunes, web download, and Youtube.
Multiple topics on today’s show! Watch live, or watch the recorded version later on Youtube, or listen to the audio podcast edition. Available on Youtube, iTunes, and elsewhere.
Enjoy these old-time radio shows with Lovecraftian themes! “The Dunwich Horror” and four others.
There is now an audio version of the Sunday show, available as a podcast on iTunes and elsewhere!
Today I’ll be talking with the folks behind the new “Elder Sign Radio”, an episodic horror podcast based on the writings of the Cthulhu Mythos and vintage noir radio dramas. I’ll be giving away a print edition of the upcoming King in Yellow Tales (volume I) by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. to a random viewer!
Just in time for the weekend: A new podcast from Lovecraft scholar Robert M. Price!