The Call of Lovecraft

Now this is fun! Take an armchair tour of Providence, Rhode Island, where H.P. Lovecraft lived most of his life. It’s eerie to see the actual sites from Lovecraft’s home town that made their way into so much of his fiction. The accompanying text shows real understanding of this tortured but gifted author’s work and vision.

Be careful, though — the Old Ones are always near. And Cthulhu doesn’t like to have his dreams interrupted.

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2 thoughts on “The Call of Lovecraft”

  1. Sue,

    He’s definitely worth reading. And rereading. Despite his weaknesses as a writer, no one beat him in creating and conveying a mood of slowly building terror.

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