Works of Genius survive the death of the maestros that manifested them. For Howard Phillips Lovecraft, the vehicle was paper. For Patrick McGoohan, the other subject for our essay, the medium was television. McGoohan’s Magnum Opus was the TV series, THE PRISONER.
In the ever-changing landscapes of reality, H.P. Lovecraft and H.R. Giger added their own distinctive road marks, landmarks, and monsters that forever became part of the collective human psyche.
12 ways to prolong a human being’s life in the Lovecraftian Universe! Lovecraft portrayed a universe populated by ageless aliens — giants in comparison to human beings, who amount to little more than gnats. One means open to humanity — a way to establish parity with the Old Ones — is prolonged or eternal life.
Today is H.P. Lovecraft’s 124th Birthday! To celebrate, I’m giving away TEN print editions of The Lovecraft eZine. For your chance to win, simply comment below and tell us how […]
I’ve mentioned before on this website that The Night Ocean is my favorite story by Lovecraft (he co-wrote it with R.H. Barlow). I’m happy to report that HPPodcraft.com (those cool […]
There are a lot of reviews and discussion on the internet about Prometheus. I don’t want to duplicate those here — rather, my goal with this post is to focus […]