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Periodicals devoted either exclusively or primarily to Lovecraft.
- Edited by Robert M. Price (Necronomicon Press).
- Lovecraft Annual
- Replacing the defunct Lovecraft Studies, this yearly journal is edited by
S.T. Joshi. (Hippocampus Press)
- Lovecraft Studies
- Edited by S.T. Joshi (Necronomicon Press). This publication “was originally founded in
1979 to offer a forum for serious study of Lovecraft’s work.” The H.P. Lovecraft
Archive now hosts a comprehensive index of all issues of
- The New
- Edited by Peter Cannon (Necronomicon Press). This “quarterly newsletter [is] devoted to
informing subscribers as to new and recent Lovecraft publications..., films, and other...items
pertaining to the old gent from Providence.”
in Weird Fiction
- Edited by S.T. Joshi (Necronomicon Press). Similar to Lovecraft Studies, this periodical
discusses weird tale authors other than Lovecraft, yet frequently touches on Lovecraftian
Periodicals with single issues devoted to Lovecraft.
- Dark Discoveries
- The “H.P. Lovecraft Issue” (Fall 2009; issue 15) featured interviews with
Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi and author Brian Lumley, an article on The H.P. Lovecraft
Film Festival, and some Cthulhu Mythos stories.
- The September 1991 (issue 106) issue was a “Special H.P. Lovecraft Issue,” and
included six separate articles relating to Lovecraftian films.
- Fantasy Empire
- A special issue was devoted to Lovecraft, and included “An Introduction to the Cthulu
[sic] Mythos” and “H.P. Lovecraft: The House of Shadows,” both by J. Vernon Shea,
and comic adaptations of both “The Festival” and “The Hound.”
- Heavy Metal
- The October 1979 (volume III, number 5) issue was a “Special H.P. Lovecraft Issue.”
It included a comic adaptation of “The Dunwich Horror,” as well as an adaptation
called “The Thing” based on “The Statement of Randolph Carter.”
- Rue Morgue
- This special Lovecraft issue (October 2005) was also the magazine’s
50th issue and 8th anniversary
Halloween issue. It included interviews with Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi and film director
Stuart Gordon, a chronological list of Lovecraft’s major fiction, a list of Lovecraftian
films, and articles on the Lovecraftian fiction of Brian Lumley and the Call of Cthulhu