Watch and listen to the last interview with W.H. Pugmire. Listen to remembrances on The Lovecraft eZine podcast and The Horror Show With Brian Keene. Wilum will be missed.
Often I think Mr. Pugmire is most interested in conveying a mood in prose rather than a plot, achieving anoesis with his words. Here he does so magnificently, but with exquisite attention to the details of characterization and dialogue.
I hope all of you are having a happy Monday. Maybe this will help… I’ve just added three more books to the Lovecraftian books lists! To the “Recent Lovecraftian Books” […]
Issue #28 of The Lovecraft eZine was published just a few days ago. This issue is a tribute to Lovecraftian author W.H. Pugmire and features an introduction by S.T. Joshi. […]
Issue #28 is the long-awaited tribute issue to beloved Lovecraftian author W.H. Pugmire, one of the world’s greatest living Lovecraftian writers. I hope that Pugmire fans find this issue to […]
As previously mentioned, there will be no September issue, NecronomiCON really put me behind. HOWEVER, I have some cool things to announce about the October and November issues: The October […]
Hi, all. The Lovecraft eZine Sunday video chats this month should be very interesting! I’ll be talking with Ramsey Campbell, discussing Lovecraftian references in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and more. […]
Lovecraft eZine artist Ronnie Tucker is always sending me cool stuff. I thought you guys would enjoy these: I interviewed S.T. Joshi on last Sunday’s Lovecraft eZine video chat. This […]
I’ll be talking with Lovecraftian scholar S.T. Joshi (Wikipedia, Website, Amazon) on the March 3rd Lovecraft eZine video chat. As you probably know, I host these video chats every Sunday […]
URGENT AND IMPORTANT!!! Pete Rawlik just sent me this instant message: “Our community has a problem. Check out Wikipedia’s article on Wilum which they are considering deleting because he is […]
In two weeks, the stars will be right for issue #21! Here’s a sneak preview. Beneath the Pier, by Stephen Mark Rainey: There. Something was stirring at the farthest reaches of the […]
I’ve been sent a lot of Lovecraftian books to review lately. This actually isn’t different from the norm… what’s different is that most of them are worth recommending, and I’m […]
Here’s the table of contents for issue #19, which will be published in about 10 days! A Thousand Smokes, by W.H. Pugmire The Strange Case of Crazy Joe Gallo, by […]
Here are some books I’ll be adding to the Mike’s Recommended Lovecraftian Books page sometime in the next few days. As you all know, I do not recommend books that I […]
Twisted In Dream: The Collected Poetry of Ann K. Schwader Hippocampus Press 2011, 205 pages, $15 . Reviewed by Wilum Pugmire One of the highlights of going to Adam Niswander’s […]