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In some ways, this is an incredible book about growing old with the one you love.
Then things get weird.
I was particularly pleased with the description of two senior citizens struggling against an ocean enraged by both a hurricane and the presence of a nascent elder god.
There are relatively few books in which the elderly function as protagonists, and Schlossberg not only makes you care for the pair of them, but also makes their plight and actions in the face of a personal apocalypse feel perfectly appropriate and natural.
In which we talk to the creator of THE LEFT RIGHT GAME PODCAST, discuss horror in 2020, Paul Tremblay’s DISAPPEARANCE AT DEVIL’S ROCK, and talented writer Inna Effress. This blog post will change your life. 😉
A Lovecraftian orphanage, secret societies who contract deadly diseases on purpose, a black cat that retrieves the dying, a cannibalistic romance, and a strip club in Purgatory are just a few of the strange tales in this unique collection from Emma J. Gibbon!
We discussed the Lovecraftian Gods of Stephen King in the latest Lovecraft eZine podcast! Listen to it here, or on iTunes (search for “Lovecraft eZine podcast”).
This episode’s guest is Ellen Datlow, editor of CHILDREN OF LOVECRAFT, LOVECRAFT UNBOUND, LOVECRAFT’S MONSTERS, and many other books! A very interesting discussion: Ellen talked about her time at OMNI, how a writer gets on her radar, her work as a consulting editor at Tor.com, tropes she sees too much, and more.
THE SINKING CITY is a game of investigation and mystery taking place in a fictional open world inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. The player steps into the shoes of a 1920s private investigator who finds himself in the city of Oakmont Massachusetts, New England. A city suffering from unprecedented floods of clearly supernatural origins. A city trembling on the brink of madness…
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 NEW DAUGHTER starring Kevin Costner is a film with strong Lovecraftian themes. Here’s an interview with director Luiso Berdejo, plus “behind the scenes” images.
If you can’t watch live, you can listen via audio podcast any time after tomorrow. Also available on iTunes (search for “Lovecraft eZine Podcast”). Or you can watch the archived edition on Youtube.
If you can’t watch us live, you can listen via audio podcast any time after tomorrow. This episode’s guest is Ellen Datlow, editor of the upcoming CHILDREN OF LOVECRAFT and NIGHTMARES: A NEW DECADE OF MODERN HORROR.
If you haven’t read Doug’s stellar Lovecraftian novel RED EQUINOX, now is a good time: the sequel, BLACK JANUARY, will be available in October.
Today’s guest is Sam Cowan from Dim Shores Publishing. Plus: Why do we do what we do? Why do we write, edit, publish, create, teach, or anything else? Is it so we’re remembered after we die? Is that a good reason?
MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS is an animated web series adapted from the revered H.P. Lovecraft novella AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS. Details at the link!