CARNACKI operates in shadowy occult realms, on the fringes of science, in places out of sight and out of mind of normal everyday people. But sometimes the darkness touches the lives of others in ways they cannot understand, and they find they need help – the kind of help that only Carnacki can provide.
“H. P. Lovecraft’s Letters to Robert Bloch and Others” contained discussions of several unpublished early tales by Bloch that never saw print.
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.
After six years, the magazine side of the Lovecraft eZine project is evolving. It is now an anthology series
What does Creepypasta have to do with Lovecraftian or weird fiction? Many of the attributes that make “The Russian Sleep Experiment” or “Candle Cove” so unsettling can be easily compared to the classic weird fiction of Lovecraft and his peers.
Respected as one of today’s leading figures of weird fiction for his striking imagination, versatility, and deeply emotional stories, Jeffrey Thomas here offers up fourteen searing tales.
This episode’s guest is Stephen Graham Jones, author of MONGRELS, a werewolf coming of age novel, and many other books. Stephen teaches creative writing at the University of Colorado. We talked about werewolves and why they may be the next big thing. Plus writing, comics, and much 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.
Listen to this week’s podcast at the link! We talked with Stephen Mark Rainey, discussed book awards, tickets to Necronomicon, the HPL Film Festival 4-DVD box set, and more.
The Lovecraft eZine weekly podcast: This episode’s guest is Philip Gelatt, writer of the Lovecraftian film EUROPA REPORT and director of THEY REMAIN, the film adaptation of “–30–” by Laird Barron. Laird also joined us for this episode. Listen at the link.
Philip Fracassi burst onto the Weird Fiction scene recently. FRAGILE DREAMS is his latest book.
We talked with Chet about collecting Lovecraftian books and memorabilia, about his work, and ended the discussion with writing advice. Then Pete Rawlik and Philip Fracassi showed us some of their limited edition and collectible Lovecraftian books, and gave us some great advice on book collecting in general.
Pay only $1.99 for ALL FOUR Lovecraft eZine megapacks — over 230 Lovecraftian stories! Sale ends soon. Tales by writers like W.H. Pugmire, Joe Pulver, Ann K. Schwader, William Meikle, Jeffrey Thomas, Corinna Sara Bechko, A.J. French, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Anna Tambor, Stephen Mark Rainey, and many others!
I’d like to reflect on what I really enjoyed about my little slice of Lovecraftian fandom in 2016.
Click the link for an illustrated PDF of “The Festival” by H.P. Lovecraft — plus, a great audio recording of that story! “It was the Yuletide, that men call Christmas, though they know in their hearts it is older than Bethlehem and Babylon, older than Memphis and mankind…”