musingsbymattheous-deactivated2 asked: As H.P. Lovecraft is by far my favorite author and poet, I want to procure a bust of him for my library. Do you know of a good source for this?
Sir you ask me the most intriguing questions. There is an ecellent, yet quite pricey, bust of the one and only Lovecraft. Its originally from The Lovecraft Historical society’s site, but they seem to be having issues with the site. SO here the amazon link http://www.amazon.com/HP-Lovecraft-Historical-Society-H-P/dp/B001JKZ25I
I commend you for your continuing intrest and thank you for the question
MrWilum, perhaps better known as W.H. Pugmire, is a contemporary Mythos writer and self proclaimed Lovecraft fanatic. His vlogs are very interesting and his most recent video features an interview with Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi.
It has come to my attention that those kind enough to submit things don’t seem to get the credit when I publish them. There name doesn’t appear in the post. My theme seems to be the culprit. I’ll be sure to give credit in the future. My apologizes.
musingsbymattheous-deactivated2 asked: Ok, now we've covered everything but H.P. Lovecraft's complete poems...where do I find that?
Like Poe, Lovecraft began writing significantly more poetry than fiction, and considered himself primarily a poet. All of Lovecraft’s poetry is collected in The Ancient Track: The Complete Poetical Works of H.P. Lovecraft; this list is based on “A Chronology of Lovecraft’s Poetry” in that book. Dates in italics indicate date of publication. Its also put together by the famed S.T. Joshi himself
Hello ghouls and boils. It fills me with eldritch euphoria to tell you that there are podcasts of incredible quality pertaining to the works of H.P. Lovecraft. My favorite so far is this particular one run by the long time Lovecraft loving Chris Lackey and Chad Fifer. They’re on 58 episodes now, just finishing there 5 part podcast on The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward. The podcast is going through Lovecraft’s stories one by one from the beginning with chilling passages read by guest readers. I recomend they’re interview with S.T. Joshi and the podcast covering The Call Of Cuthuhlu with him.
It’s fun, and a little creepy. Won’t you join us?
The horrid truth is that you already have!