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The Maze of the Enchanter Redux

Clark Aston Smith is a largely forgotten fantasy writer who, along with H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard (author of Conan the Barbarian), were the major contributors to the influential Weird Tales magazine established in 1923. 4,383 more words

H.P. Lovecraft: Celebrating the Weird in His Words.

This Post is by John A. DeLaughter, a Lovecraft eZine Contributor.

“…Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability.

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Relationship blunder

Missing Months Part 3

What is a fairytale without a few twists and turns, my weirdest turn in these past months was a proposal from Richard. 173 more words


Book Review: The Dark Eidolon and Other Fantasies

Being a reader of Lovecraft, Howard, and some of the other ‘Weird Tales’ folk from that time, I was always aware of Clark Ashton Smith as another member of the circle.   396 more words

Book Review

Френсис Стивенс "Цитадель страха" Глава 19

Глава 19  “Клиона принимает гостя”

– Заплачу за проезд, потому что у меня нет билетов. – Проводник кивнул и отсчитал мелочь.

– Паскудная ночь, мистер О`Хара, – вежливо заметил он.


The Twins of Withering Moor

At the edge of the deadly forest, deep in the heart of Slavinia, existed a stretch of wilderness which extended further than souls had tread. 640 more words