29 awesome Lovecraftian books, less than one dollar each! Select 6, 10, or more – whatever fits your budget. This sale benefits my family, and Lovecraft eZine. Thank you so much for the support. (Please share!)
“Sometimes in this life, you meet people who you might call large-souled… who are a privilege to know.”
A LONG, DARK, GRIM ROAD is Joe Pulver’s latest book. For those who don’t know, Joe has been dealing with major health issues for over two years now, and he’s been in and out of the hospital constantly. I miss him, I’m worried about him, and I want to help, so: FROM HERE ON OUT, I AM DONATING ALL PROCEEDS FROM ALL SALES OF THIS BOOK TO JOE AND KAT PULVER. In other words, when you purchase this book, Joe gets all the money; I get none. So buy this novella and help Joe and Kat out! It’s a different kind of story, but different is good. I think you’ll enjoy it.
On the 150th birthday of Robert W. Chambers, Joe Pulver’s “King in Yellow Tales” is now available! Click the link for information.
Cosmic horror? Check. The Hounds of Tindalos? Check. Noir? Check and double-check. “I envy anyone about to experience Pulver’s horrors for the first time…”
A few Lovecraftian links I’ve posted on the Facebook page in the past few days: Check out this awesome trailer for the new Lovecraftian game MAGRUNNER: DARK PULSE… and be […]
Several weeks ago I posted about helping author Joe Pulver and his better half Kat get to Necronomicon in August. You guys responded so generously, and as of right now, […]
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 […]
I posted earlier today that tickets are now available for Necronomicon 2013. I look forward to meeting all of you who attend! 🙂 OK, more Necronomicon 2013 stuff: I think […]
UPDATE: The Grimscribe’s Puppets is now available. Seriously, folks, you don’t want to miss this one! Buying it through this link supports Lovecraft eZine: http://amzn.to/17KGHAu Joe Pulver, editor of the upcoming […]
The King in Yellow, a series of vaguely connected short stories having as a background a monstrous and suppressed book whose perusal brings fright, madness, and spectral tragedy, really achieves […]