While there are obviously more than five Lovecraftian / cosmic horror novels that I’ve enjoyed reading, I chose these books because I liked them so much that I’ve read each of them at least twice.
Thoughts on cosmic horror by Kathe Koja, Timothy Jarvis, Matthew M. Bartlett, Richard Gavin, and Christopher Slatsky.
The stories collected in AUTUMN CTHULHU reflect the darkest, most ancient truths of the season. Inside, you’ll find nineteen beautiful, terrifying glimpses of decay and loss inspired by Lovecraft’s work.
23 stories that will offer you glimpses behind the skin of the world, leading you closer and closer to the edge of the abyss. Including a story by me (Mike Davis), Leeman Kessler (of “Ask Lovecraft”), Pete Rawlik (“Reanimators”), and more!
Revealed at last: the “Autumn Cthulhu” cover! Plus, news about the books we’re publishing in 2016. I’m reading novella submissions now; you’ll find those details here.
Join us for a Question and Answer session with author Laird Barron tonight! Watch LIVE at this link, at 9:00pm Eastern time (8pm Central, 6pm Pacific).
Absolutely rich with cosmic horror – a great short film. Watch it for free at the link!
Today’s guest is Laird Barron, author of “The Croning”, “Occultation”, “The Imago Sequence”, and other books. As usual, we’ll be giving away some great swag to live viewers!
“Never had the universe felt so vast, and I so small within it. I had, through circumstance, been made aware of something, but of what? Something either too horrible or too beautiful for humans to know.” — From THE SEA OF ASH
I’m now publishing Lovecraftian and Weird Fiction books. If you’re a Weird Fiction, Lovecraftian, and/or cosmic horror writer, and you’re working on a novel, novella, or collection, consider sending it my way. “The Lovecraft eZine” has a wide reach.
There’s a mood and a magic and a mystery to autumn; colorful falling leaves, crisp days, rainy afternoons and evenings…
Welcome to the third installment of my “Author of the Week”! Every Sunday, I post about a Weird Fiction and/or Lovecraftian author that I feel deserves more attention. If you have […]
The following essay is by Pete Rawlik, author of the upcoming Lovecraftian novel Reanimators. The term “Lovecraftian Horror” gets bandied about quite a bit, including by me, but what does it […]
Let me start this by saying that I don’t want any religious arguments here, this isn’t a religious blog. Discussing things in a civil manner, however, is a good thing. […]