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Apr 27, 2020

In which Lovecraft speaks of many things, but most extensively on his fondness for cats. That leads to a discussion of local colloquialisms which then leads to an interesting discourse on local cheese nomenclature and Owyhee Idaho Spuds. It's a fun ride!

Thanks to our friends at Hippocampus Press.

Linoleum cut of HPL by Duane Rimel

This is the linoleum...

Apr 20, 2020

In which HPL writes about space travel, alien life, and the shortcomings of fictional science in a suite of letters to one of the first fans of science fiction: Nils Helmer Frome. These letters were written between December 1936 and February 1937.

PLEASE NOTE: During the recording of this episode, Andrew could not...

Apr 13, 2020

February, 1937.

In one of the last letters he would ever write, HPL tells Harry Otto Fischer about the things he's afraid of, and explains his etymological interpretation of the title Necronomicon. This episode is full of dodgy Greek, incuding Andrew's old article from Strange Eons.

Thanks to our friends at Hippocampus...

Apr 6, 2020

In which HPL writes to the Gallomo (Alfred Galpin and Maurice Moe) of his potent dreams, his first encounter with Lord Dunsany, and his idyllic youth at 454 Angel Street in Providence.

If you want to see HPL's reference to his Eben Spencer dream, check out page 16 of The Commonplace Book. It's full of fascinating...