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The H.P. Lovecraft Archive

H.P. Lovecraft
(1890–1937)
 
HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT (20 August 1890–15 March 1937) is probably best known as a writer of weird fiction, but some believe his voluminous correspondence to be his greatest accomplishment. You can explore his numerous facets through the many pages outlined here:

His Life provides information on Lovecraft’s life, family, correspondents, interests, and a photo gallery;
His Writings explores his wide variety of works, including his fiction and letters, and includes many electronic texts;
His Creations outlines his fictional elements including Lovecraftian locations in New England, a bestiary, and a list of grimoires;
His Study has information on biographies, literary criticism, bibliographies, periodicals, and online articles;
Popular Culture details the movies, games, music, and art based on Lovecraft’s works, as well as the “Cthulhu Mythos”;
Internet Resources gives information on other Lovecraft-related sites, newsgroups, and FTP sites; and
About This Site outlines the purpose and goals of this site.
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What’s New
12 June 2016: 
Created a page for The Age of Lovecraft (University of Minnesota Press).
1 May 2016: 
Created a page for The Complete Cthulhu Mythos Tales (Barnes & Noble Collectible Edition).
5 March 2016: 
Created pages for PS Publishing’s Weird Poems: The Complete Poems from Weird Tales and the latest volumes in their “Lovecraft Illustrated” series, The Call of Cthulhu, The Colour Out of Space, and The Whisperer in Darkness.
1 March 2016: 
Migrated The H.P. Lovecraft Archive to new web and database servers. If you notice anything amiss with the site, please Contact Us. Thank you!
31 October 2015: 
Happy Halloween! Just over two months ago, the NecronomiCon took place in Providence. Now you can experience it all over again through articles, videos, and audio on our NecronomiCon Providence 2015 page. We’ve also created pages for The Spirit of Revision: Lovecraft’s Letters to Zealia Brown Reed Bishop edited by Sean Branney & Andrew Leman (The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society) and Out of the Shadows: A Structuralist Approach to Understanding the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft by James Arthur Anderson (Borgo Press).
 
 
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