A map of science fiction that looks suspiciously like a Lovecraftian horror. (Thanks, Monster Island Resort!)
Did you ever wonder what H.P. Lovecraft thought about literary horror? You can know–possibly without going mad–by reading his 1927 essay, “Supernatural Horror in Literature.” Thanks to Migueal for the glimpse into the unspeakable horror of literary criticism!
Darken your holiday spirit with the HP Lovecraft Historical Society’s seasonal songs: “I Saw Mommy Kissing Yog-Sothoth”, “I’m Dreaming of a Dead City” and “Death to the World.”
Neil Gaiman’s tale of Lovecraftian horror is available as a PDF download of the “daily newspaper for all classes,” The Star of Albion–including ads for such things as “Jekyll Powders.”
Tintin in R’lyeh. Really. And Innsmouth. And The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward.
“Spectacular, spectacularNo words in the vernacularCan describe this great event.” —Moulin Rouge! (2001) That song went through my head while reading both volumes of Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse. Actually, the song went “Tentacular, tentacular.” Ben Templesmith can draw some tentacles and Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse is either a showcase for […]
It’s the most horrible time of the year! Lovecraft Season! Learn ehow to summon a shoggoth, the horrible sanity-blasting truth of your pitiful existence and salve the madness reading about The Crimson Cult.