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My Gaze Was Ever Upward

. . . In the summer of 1903 my mother presented me with a 2½ astronomical telescope, and thenceforward my gaze was ever upward at night. 151 more words


Investigator Weapons: The Strange Case of Harold Severy

Everything had gone fine until 1915, said, when he noticed that people were sticking their tongues out at him. Severy believed that his persecutors had a ringleader, and that lodges had been organized in various cities to torment him. 961 more words


Lovecraft's last lav

Back in July 2016, I posted this gestalt real-time review of a book entitled THE AGE OF LOVECRAFT: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2016/07/13/the-age-of-lovecraft/

I need to know – was this before Scott Nicolay’s famous throwaway line or not? 63 more words

"The Horror at Red Hook"

Yes, it’s time, with no apologies, for that story.

Raw Feed (2005): “The Horror at Red Hook”, H. P. Lovecraft, 1925.

This is the first of what I term the “I… 384 more words

Book Review

LoveFest 2017 - The full Schedule

The 6th Annual Lovecraft Festival runs from August 17-27, celebrating H.P. Lovecraft’s 127th birthday, as always, with something exciting, entertaining, and unique for all. 325 more words


Review: Paradise & Elsewhere by Kathy Page

I picked up Paradise & Elsewhere by Kathy Page several years ago as an advance reading copy, for no particular reason, and then it sat on my shelves for a long time. 502 more words


My Mode of Play

I derived the most extreme pleasure from my toys—of which I had  profuse variety, since our really straitened circumstances date only from 1904. My favourite toys were… 191 more words