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Supporting Evidence of M-Theory on the Nature of the Multiverse in Lovecraft's "The Statement of Randolph Carter

                     Warren meets his Doom by Frohickey (www.deviantart.com)

When Harley Warren entered the under-ground crypt in that forgot graveyard in the Big Cypress Swamp, he discovered something that cost him his life.  1,071 more words

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First Review of 'Reveries'

A review of Christensen’s Reveries of the Dreamking has been written by Kyle Hunt, who said of the book:

“I quickly devoured , as I do with all engrossing and entertaining fiction. 65 more words

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Early 20th Century Technology in "The Statement of Randolph Carter"

                               The Statement of Randolph Carter by Andrew Bronsnatch

In H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Statement of Randolph Carter,” written in 1919 (The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stores by S.T. 454 more words

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The Dunwich Horror (1970, Daniel Haller)

There’s a handful of good things about The Dunwich Horror. They can’t overcome the bad things, but they’re still pretty neat. The script, at least for a while, is fairly nimble. 521 more words


Nick Mamatas: I Am Providence (Book Review)

Full disclosure up front: I’m not the biggest H. P. Lovecraft fan. But you know what? I think that makes me as good a litmus reader as any for a novel spun from the threads, if not also kindled by pretentions, of his mythos. 843 more words


The Broken Hours by Jacqueline Baker (Book Review)

The Broken Hours is an ode to a specific time (1936), place (Providence, Rhode Island), and above all the famous writer (H. P. Lovecraft) who finished out his short life then and there. 1,059 more words


Sketches by David Macaulay

Strolling along the RISD embankment during WaterFire last Saturday, I stumbled upon “The Way Macaulay Works,” an exhibit of the work of David Macaulay, the prolific illustrator and creator of books about how buildings, cathedrals and other places are built. 497 more words