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A number of book, newspaper, and magazine articles about Lovecraft are readily available on the Internet, including right here on The H.P. Lovecraft Archive.

Antique Dreams: Marblehead and Lovecraft’s Kingsport (PDF)
Donovan K. Loucks. Lovecraft Studies, No. 42–43 (Autumn 2001). This file includes the opening and closing Lovecraft quotes—from which the title of the article was taken—and the walking tour map that didn’t appear in the original publication.
The Art of HPL
James George White Russell. Letters from Outside web site. (via the Internet Archive)
Atheism’s Mythographer
Jason Colavito. Lost Civilizations Uncovered web site.
Calling Cthulhu
Erik Davis. Gnosis, Fall 1995.
The Cthulhu Comparison
Jason Colavito. Lost Civilizations Uncovered web site.
The Derleth Mythos
Richard L. Tierney. HPL, 1973.
The Devil His Due
Scott Connors. Letters from Outside web site. (via the Internet Archive)
From Cthulhu to Cloning
Jason Colavito. Lost Civilizations Uncovered web site.
Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Sex: or The Sex Life of a Gentleman
R. Alain Everts, Nyctalops 2, No. 2 (July 1974).
Ira A. Cole and Howard Phillips Lovecraft: A Brief Friendship
R. Alain Everts, HPL (1972).
The King of Weird
Joyce Carol Oates, The New York Review of Books, 31 October 1996.
Lovecraft and Lord Dunsany
R. Alain Everts, The HPL Supplement 2 (July 1973).
The Lovecraft Family in America
R. Alain Everts, Xenophile 2, No. 6 (October 1975).
The Lurker on the Threshold of Interpretation: Hoax Necronomicons and Paratextual Noise
Dan Clore. Lovecraft Studies, No. 42–43 (Autumn 2001).
Master of Disgust
Laura Miller. Salon.com, 12 February 2005.
The Origin of Lovecraft’s “Black Magic” Quote
David E. Schultz. Crypt of Cthulhu, Vol. 6, No. 6 (#48, St. John’s Eve 1987).
The Philosophy in Lovecraft’s Art and Lovecraft Again
Daniel Ust. Full Context, February 1994. (via the Internet Archive)
Poe & Lovecraft
Robert Bloch. Ambrosia, No. 2 (August 1973). (via the Internet Archive)
Return of the Weird
Zack Stentz. Metro, Metro Santa Cruz, Sonoma County Independent, 2 January 1997.
The Revised Adolphe Danziger de Castro
Chris Powell. Lovecraft Studies, No. 36 (Spring 1997). (via the Internet Archive)
Sarah Orne Jewett and the Ghost Story, with a note on her influence on H.P. Lovecraft
Jessica Amanda Salmonson. Excerpted from the introduction to Lady Ferry & Other Uncanny People, the Complete Ghost Stories of Sarah Orne Jewett, edited and with an introduction by Jessica Amanda Salmonson. (via the Internet Archive)
The Search for Joseph Curwen’s Town Home (PDF)
Donovan K. Loucks. Lovecraft Annual, No. 9 (2015).
The Shadow of August Derleth
Scott Connors. Letters from Outside web site. (via the Internet Archive)
20th Century Gothic
James George White Russell. Letters from Outside web site. (via the Internet Archive)
Two Early Readings of Lovecraft and Their Consequences
Ester Rochon. Lovecraft Studies, No. 35 (Fall 1996). (via the Internet Archive)
Why Lovecraft Still Matters: The Magical Power of Transformative Fiction
Don Webb. NOVA Express, Issue 14.
 
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