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  ———. Primal Sources: Essays on H. P. Lovecraft. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2003.

  ———. The Rise and Fall of the Cthulhu Mythos. Poplar Bluff, MO: Mythos Books, 2008.

  ———. Selected Papers on Lovecraft. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1989.

  ———. A Subtler Magick: The Writings and Philosophy of H. P. Lovecraft. San Bernadino, CA: Borgo Press, 1996.

  ———, ed. Caverns Measureless to Man: 18 Memoirs of Lovecraft. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1996.

  ———, ed. H. P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1980.

  ———, ed. The H. P. Lovecraft Centennial Conference: Proceedings. West Warwick, RI: Necronornicon Press, 1991.

  ———, ed. H. P. Lovecraft in the Argosy: Collected Correspondence from the Munsey Magazines. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1994.

  Joshi, S. T., and Marc A. Michaud, ed. H. P. Lovecraft in “The Eyrie.” West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1979.

  Joshi, S. T., and David E. Schultz. An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001. New York: Hippocampus Press, [2004].

  Lévy, Maurice. Lovecraft ou du fantastique. Paris: Christian Bourgois (Union Générale d’Editions), 1972. Tr. by S. T. Joshi (as Lovecraft: A Study in the Fantastic). Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1988.

  Long, Frank Belknap. Howard Phillips Lovecraft: Dreamer on the Nightside. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975.

  Mariconda, Steven J. On the Emergence of “Cthulhu” and Other Observations. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1995.

  Migliore, Andrew, and John Strysik, ed. The Lurker in the Lobby: A Guide to the Cinema of H. P. Lovecraft. Seattle: Armitage House, 1999. San Francisco: Night Shade Books, 2005.

  Mosig, Dirk W. Mosig at Last: A Psychologist Looks at H. P. Lovecraft. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1997.

  Pearsall, Anthony. The Lovecraft Lexicon. Tempe, AZ: New Falcon Publications, 2005.

  Price, Robert M. H. P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1990.

  St Armand, Barton Levi. H. P. Lovecraft: New England Decadent. Albuquerque, NM: Silver Scarab Press, 1979.

  ———. The Roots of Horror in the Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft. Elizabethtown, NY. Dragon Press, 1977.

  Schultz, David E., and S. T. Joshi, ed. An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H. P. Lovecraft. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1991.

  Schweitzer, Darrell, ed. Essays Lovecraftian. Baltimore: T-K Graphics, 1976. Rev. ed. as Discovering H. P. Lovecraft. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1987. Rev. ed. Holicong, PA: Wildside Press, 2001.

  Shreffler, Philip A. The H. P. Lovecraft Companion. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1977.

  Squires, Richard D. Stern Fathers ’neath the Mould: The Lovecraft Family in Rochester. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1995.

  Szumskyj, Ben J. S., and S. T. Joshi, ed. Fritz Leiber and H. P. Lovecraft: Writers of the Dark. Holicong, PA: Wildside Press, 2003.

  Talman, Wilfred B. [et al.]. The Normal Lovecraft. Saddle River, NJ: Gerry de la Ree, 1973.

  Van Hise, James, ed. The Fantastic Worlds of H. P. Lovecraft. Yucca Valley, CA: James Van Hise, 1999.

  Waugh, Robert H. The Monster in the Mirror: Looking for H. P. Lovecraft. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006.

  Wetzel, George T., and R. Alain Everts. Winifred Virginia Jackson—Lovecraft’s Lost Romance. [Madison, WI: R. Alain Everts, 1976.]

  C. Articles in Books and Periodicals

  i. Memoirs and Biographical Articles

  Baldwin, F. Lee. “H. P. Lovecraft: A Biographical Sketch.” Fantasy Magazine 4, No. 5 (April 1935):108–10, 132.

  Barlow, Robert H. “The Wind That Is in the Grass: A Memoir of H. P. Lovecraft in Florida.” In Lovecraft’s Marginalia (q.v.). In O Fortunate Floridian (q.v.), pp. xxix–xxxiv.

  Bishop, Zealia. “H. P. Lovecraft: A Pupil’s View.” In Bishop’s The Curse of Yig. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1953, pp. 139–51.

  Bloch, Robert. “Out of the Ivory Tower.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 171–77.

  Boland, Stuart. “Interlude with Lovecraft.” Acolyte 3, No. 3 (Summer 1945): 15–18.

  Bradofsky, Hyman. “Amateur Affairs.” Californian 5, No. 1 (Summer 1937): 28–31.

  Brobst, Harry K. “An Interview with Harry Brobst” (conducted by Will Murray). Lovecraft Studies Nos. 22/23 (Fall 1990): 24–42, 21.

  Cole, Edward H. “Ave atque Vale!” Olympian No. 35 (Autumn 1940): 7–22.

  Crawford, William L. “Lovecraft’s First Book.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 287–90.

  Davis, Sonia H. “Memories of Lovecraft: I.” Arkham Collector No. 4 (Winter 1969): 116–17.

  Derleth, August. “Addenda to ‘H. P. L.: A Memoir.’” In Lovecraft’s Something about Cats and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp, 247–77.

  ———. “H. P. Lovecraft, Outsider.” River 1, No. 3 (June 1937): 88–89.

  ———. “A Master of the Macabre.” Reading and Collecting 1, No. 9 (August 1937): 9–10.

  Eddy, C. M., Jr. “Walks with H. P. Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s The Dark Brotherhood and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 262–67.

  Edkins, E. A. “Idiosyncrasies of HPL.” Olympian No. 35 (Autumn 1940): 1–7.

  Everts, R. Alain. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Sex; or, The Sex Life of a Gentleman.” Nyctalops 2, No. 2 (July 1974): 19.

  ———. “Mrs. Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” Nyctalops 2, No. 1 (April 1973): 45.

  Faig, Kenneth W., Jr. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft: The Early Years 1890–1914.” Nyctalops 2, No. 1 (April 1973): 3–9, 13–15; 2, No. 2 (July 1974): 34–44.

  Galpin, Alfred. “Memories of a Friendship.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 191–201.

  Hart, Mara Kirk. “Walkers in the City: George Willard Kirk and Howard Phillips Lovecraft in New York City, 1924–1926.” Lovecraft Studies No. 28 (Spring 1993): 2–17.

  Houtain, George Julian. “20 Webster Street.” Zenith (January 1921): 5.

  Isaacson, Charles D. “Concerning the Conservative.” In a Minor Key No. 2 [1915]: [10–11].

  Keller, David H. “Lovecraft’s Astronomical Notebook.” Lovecraft Collector No. 3 (October 1949):1–4.

  ———. “Shadows over Lovecraft.” Fantasy Commentator 2, No. 7 (Summer 1948): 237–46.

  Kleiner, Rheinhart. “After a Decade and the Kalem Club.” Californian 4, No. 2 (Fall 1936): 45–47. Lovecraft Studies No. 28 (Spring 1993): 34–35.

  ———. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” Californian 5, No. 1 (Summer 1937): 5–8.

  ———. “A Memoir of Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s Something about Cats and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 218–28.

  Leiber, Fritz. “My Correspondence with Lovecraft.” Fresco 8, No. 3 (Spring 1958): 30–33.

  Lockhart, Andrew Francis. “Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs.” United Amateur 15, No. 2 (September 1915): 27–28, 34.

  Long, Frank Belknap. “Some Random Memories of H. P. L.” In Lovecraft’s Marginalia (q.v.), pp. 332–37.

  Loveman, Samuel. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 229–33.

  ———. “Lovecraft as a Conversationalist.” Fresco 8, No. 3 (Spring 1958): 34–36.

  ———. “Of Gold and Sawdust.” In Lovecraft’s The Occult Lovecraft. Saddle River, NJ: Gerry de la Ree, 1975, pp. 21–22.

  Macauley, George W. “Lovecraft and the Amateur Press.” Fresco 8, No. 3 (Spring 1958): 40–44.

  McNamara, M. Eileen, and S. T. Joshi. “Who Was the Real Charles Dexter Ward?” Lovecraft Studies Nos. 19/20 (Fall 1989): 40–41, 48.

  Moe, Maurice W. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft: The Sage of Providence.” O-Wash-Ta-Nong [2, No. 2] [1937]: [3].

  Morton, James F. “‘Conservatism’ Gone Mad.” In a Minor Key No. 2 [1915]: [15
16].

  ———. “A Few Memories.” Olympian No. 35 (Autumn 1940): 24–28.

  Munn, H. Warner. “HPL.” Whispers 3, No. 1 (December 1976): 24–28 (Part 1); 4, No. 1–2 (October 1979): 88–95 (Part II; as “HPL: A Reminiscence”).

  Munro, Harold W. “Lovecraft, My Childhood Friend.” Etchings and Odysseys No. 2 (May 1983): 103–5.

  Murray, Will. “Julius Schwartz on Lovecraft.” CoC No. 76 (Hallowmass 1990): 14–18.

  Orton, Vrest. “A Weird Writer Is in Our Midst.” Brattleboro Daily Reformer (16 June 1928): 2.

  Price, E. Hoffmann. “The Man Who Was Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 278–89.

  Price, Robert M. “Did Lovecraft Have Syphilis?” CoC No. 53 (Candlemas 1988): 25–26.

  Rimel, Duane W. “Lovecraft as I Knew Him.” CoC No. 18 (Yuletide 1983): 9–11.

  Scott, Winfield Townley. “His Own Most Fantastic Creation: Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s Marginalia (q.v.), pp. 309–31. Rev. ed. in Scott’s Exiles and Fabrications. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1961, pp. 50–72.

  Shea, J. Vernon. “H. P. Lovecraft: The House and the Shadows.” Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 30, No. 5 (May 1966): 82–99. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1982.

  Sterling, Kenneth. “Caverns Measureless to Man.” Science-Fantasy Correspondent No. 1 (1975): 36–43.

  ———. “Lovecraft and Science.” In Lovecraft’s Marginalia (q.v.), pp. 351–54.

  Sully, Helen. “Memories of Lovecraft: II.” Arkham Collector No. 4 (Winter 1969): 117–19.

  Walter, Dorothy C. “Lovecraft and Benefit Street.” Ghost No. 1 (Spring 1943): 27–29.

  ———. “Three Hours with H. P. Lovecraft.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 178–90.

  Wandrei, Donald. “The Dweller in Darkness: Lovecraft, 1927.” In Lovecraft’s Marginalia (q.v.), pp. 362–69.

  ———. “Lovecraft in Providence.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 124–40.

  ii. Critical Articles

  Burleson, Donald R. “H. P. Lovecraft: The Hawthorne Influence.” Extrapolation 22, No. 3 (Fall 1981): 262–69.

  ———. “Humour beneath Horror: Some Sources for ‘The Dunwich Horror’ and ‘The Whisperer in Darkness.’” Lovecraft Studies No. 2 (Spring 1980): 5–15.

  ———. “The Mythic Hero Archetype in ‘The Dunwich Horror.’” Lovecraft Studies No. 4 (Spring 1981): 3–9.

  Carter, Lin. “H. P. Lovecraft: The Books.” In Lovecraft’s The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (q.v.), pp. 212–49. Rev. ed. (by Robert M. Price and S. T. Joshi) in Schweitzer, Discovering H. P. Lovecraft (q.v.), 2001 ed., pp. 107–47.

  Clore, Dan. “Metonyms of Alterity: A Semiotic Interpretation of Fungi from Yuggoth.” Lovecraft Studies No. 30 (Spring 1994): 21–32.

  Derleth, August. “H. P. Lovecraft: The Making of a Literary Reputation, 1937–1971.” Books at Brown 25 (1977): 13–25.

  Eckhardt, Jason C. “Behind the Mountains of Madness: Lovecraft and the Antarctic in 1930.” Lovecraft Studies No. 14 (Spring 1987): 31–38.

  Evans, Timothy H. “A Last Defense against the Dark: Folklore, Horror, and the Uses of Tradition in the Works of H. P. Lovecraft.” Journal of Folklore Research 42, No. 1 (January–April 2005): 99–135.

  ———. “Tradition and Illusion: Antiquarianism, Tourism and Horror in H. P. Lovecraft.” Extrapolation 45, No. 2 (Summer 2004): 176–95.

  Faig, Kenneth W., Jr. “‘The Silver Key’ and Lovecraft’s Childhood.” CoC No. 81 (St John’s Eve 1992): 11–47.

  Fulwiler, William. “E. R. B. and H. P. L.” ERB-dom No. 80 (February 1975): 41, 44.

  ———. “‘The Tomb’ and ‘Dagon’: A Double Dissection.” CoC No. 38 (Eastertide 1986): 8–14.

  Gayford, Norman R. “Randolph Carter: An Anti-Hero’s Quest.” Lovecraft Studies No. 16 (Spring 1988): 3–11; No. 17 (Fall 1988): 5–13.

  Hazel, Faye Ringel. “Some Strange New England Mortuary Practices: Lovecraft Was Right.” Lovecraft Studies No. 29 (Fall 1993): 13–18.

  Joshi, S. T. “Autobiography in Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies No. 1 (Fall 1979): 7–19.

  ———. “The Development of Lovecraftian Studies 1971–1982.” Lovecraft Studies No. 8 (Spring 1984): 32–36 (as “Lovecraft in the Foreign Press 1971–1982”); No. 9 (Fall 1984): 62–71; No. 10 (Spring 1985): 18–28; No. 11 (Fall 1985): 54–65.

  ———. “Lovecraft and the Regnum Congo.” CoC No. 28 (Yuletide 1984): 13–17.

  ———. “The Rationale of Lovecraft’s Pseudonyms.” CoC No. 80 (Eastertide 1992): 15–24, 29.

  ———. “Topical References in Lovecraft.” Extrapolation 25, No. 3 (Fall 1984): 247–65.

  Keffer, Willametta. “Howard P(seudonym) Lovecraft: The Many Names of HPL.” Fossil No. 158 (July 1958): 82–84.

  Kleiner, Rheinhart. “A Note on Howard P. Lovecraft’s Verse.” United Amateur 18, No. 4 (March 1919): 76.

  Livesey, T. R. “Dispatches from the Providence Observatory: Astronomical Motifs and Sources in the Writings of H. P. Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Annual 2 (2008): 3–87.

  Mabbott, T. O. “Lovecraft as a Student of Poe.” Fresco 10, No. 3 (Summer 1960): 22–24.

  Mariconda, Steven J. “H. P. Lovecraft: Art, Artifact, and Reality.” Lovecraft Studies No. 29 (Fall 1993): 2–12.

  Marten, Robert D. “Arkham Country: In Rescue of the Lost Searchers.” Lovecraft Studies No. 39 (Summer 1998): 1–20.

  Mosig, Dirk W. “H. P. Lovecraft: Myth-Maker.” Whispers 3, No. 1 (December 1976): 48–55.

  ———. “Lovecraft: The Dissonance Factor in Imaginative Literature.” Gothic 1 (1979): 20–26. CoC No. 33 (Lammas 1985): 12–23.

  Murray, Will. “Behind the Mask of Nyarlathotep.” Lovecraft Studies No. 25 (Fall 1991): 25–29.

  ———. “The Dunwich Chimera and Others: Correlating the Cthulhu Mythos.” Lovecraft Studies No. 8 (Spring 1984):10–24.

  ———. “Lovecraft and Strange Tales.” CoC No. 74 (Lammas 1990): 3–11.

  Nelson, Dale J. “Lovecraft and the Burkean Sublime.” Lovecraft Studies No. 24 (Spring 1991):2–5.

  Onderdonk, Matthew H. “Charon—in Reverse; or, H. P. Lovecraft versus the ‘Realists’ of Fantasy.” Fantasy Commentator 2, No. 6 (Spring 1948): 193–97. Fresco 8, No. 3 (Spring 1958): 45–51. Lovecraft Studies No. 3 (Fall 1980): 5–10.

  ———. “The Lord of R’lyeh.” Fantasy Commentator 1, No. 6 (Spring 1945):103–14. Lovecraft Studies No. 7 (Fall 1982): 8–17.

  Price, Robert M. “Demythologizing Cthulhu.” Lovecraft Studies No. 8 (Spring 1984): 3–9, 24.

  ———. “Higher Criticism and the Necronomicon.” Lovecraft Studies No. 6 (Spring 1982): 3–15.

  St Armand, Barton L., and John H. Stanley. “H. P. Lovecraft’s Waste Paper: A Facsimile and Transcript of the Original Draft.” Books at Brown 26 (1978): 31–47.

  Schultz, David E. “Lovecraft’s Fungi from Yuggoth.” CoC No. 20 (Eastertide 1984): 3–7.

  ———. “Lovecraft’s New York Exile: Its Influence on His Life and Writings.” CoC No. 30 (Eastertide 1985): 8–14.

  ———. “The Origin of Lovecraft’s ‘Black Magic’ Quote.” CoC No. 48 (St John’s Eve 1987): 9–13.

  ———. “Who Needs the Cthulhu Mythos?” Lovecraft Studies No. 13 (Fall 1986): 43–53.

  Starrett, Vincent. Books and Bipeds. New York: Argus Books, 1947, pp. 119–22, 203–4.

  Tierney, Richard L. “The Derleth Mythos.” In Frierson, HPL (q.v.). CoC No. 24 (Lammas 1984): 52–53.

  Waugh, Robert H. “Documents, Creatures, and History in H. P. Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies No. 25 (Fall 1991): 2–10.

  ———. “Dr. Margaret Murray and H. P. Lovecraft: The Witch-Cult in Western Europe.” Lovecraft Studies No. 31 (Fall 1994): 2–10.

  ———. “The Structural and Thematic Unity of Fungi from Yuggoth.” Lovecraft Studies No. 26 (Fall 1992): 2–14.

  Wetzel, George
T. “The Mechanistic-Supernatural of Lovecraft.” Fresco 8, No. 3 (Spring 1958): 54–60.

  Wilson, Colin. The Strength to Dream: Literature and the Imagination. London: Victor Gollancz, 1961; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962, pp. 1–10, 111–15.

  Wilson, Edmund. “Tales of the Marvellous and the Ridiculous.” New Yorker 21, No. 41 (24 November 1945): 100, 103–4, 106. In Wilson’s Classics and Commercials: A Literary Chronicle of the Forties. New York: Farrar, Straus, 1950, pp. 286–90.

  D. Unpublished Works

  Faig, Kenneth W., Jr. “Lovecraftian Voyages.” [1973.]

  Koki, Arthur S. “H. P. Lovecraft: An Introduction to His Life and Writings.” M.A. thesis: Columbia University, 1962.

  Thomas, James Warren. “Howard Phillips Lovecraft: A Self-Portrait.” M.A. thesis: Brown University, 1950.

  E. Lovecraft in Fiction

  Campbell, Ramsey, ed. New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1980.

  Cannon, P[eter] H. Pulptime. Buffalo, NY: Weirdbook Press, 1984.

  ———. Scream for Jeeves: A Parody. New York: Wodecraft Press, 1994.

  ———. The Lovecraft Chronicles. Poplar Bluff, MO: Mythos Books, 2004.

  Chappell, Fred. Dagon. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968.

  Derleth, August, ed. Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1969. (Rev. ed. by James Turner, 1990.)

  Jones, Stephen, ed. Shadows over Innsmouth. Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1994.

  Lupoff, Richard A. Lovecraft’s Book. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1985.

  Hay, George, ed. The Necronomicon. Jersey, UK: Neville Spearman, 1978.

  Schevill, James. Lovecraft’s Follies. Chicago: Swallow Press, 1971.

  Weinberg, Robert, and Martin H. Greenberg, ed. Lovecraft’s Legacy. New York: Tor, 1990.

  F. Works on Supernatural Fiction

  Birkhead, Edith. The Tale of Terror. London: Constable, 1921.

  Bourke, Joanna. Fear: A Cultural History. Emeryville, CA: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005.

  Carroll, Noël. The Philosophy of Horror. New York: Routledge, 1990.

  Derleth, August. Arkham House: The First Twenty Years 1939–1959: A History and Bibliography. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1959.

 

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