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(Originally posted on Amazon 8/15/2010)
You can tell that the works of H.P. Lovecraft have entered the stuffy realm of “literature” when Penguin/Viking feels compelled to produce releases of his work under their Penguin Classics banner. 250 more words
Nerdrahtio interviews Drew Gaska from Blam Ventures about Planet of the Apes, Buck Rogers, H.P. Lovecaft, Space 1999 books and more!
In this episode anchors Sam and “Silent Assassin” Tom, and Co-host “Legendary” Tom Brooks interview Author, writer and founder of Blam! ventures, Drew Gaska. Nerdrahtio folks might now him from the help you provided us with a photoshop concept for sightline for a previous podcast ( 187 more words
Doing a little digging for my annotations: HPL’s “The Nameless City” was published in 1921, and Howard Carter had not yet found KIng Tut’s tomb, so we can’t blame Egyptomaina for the story (which I quite like, incidentally). 149 more words