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Lovecraftian Proceedings
No. 1

Edited by John Michael Sefel and Niels-Viggo S. Hobbs
Robyn Hill, Associate Editor

Back Cover Text

Lovecraftian Proceedings is the Official Organ of the Dr. Henry Armitage Memorial Symposium. Established in 2013 as a key part of NecronomiCon Providence, the Armitage Symposium fosters exploration of Lovecraft as a rationalist who created an elaborate cosmic mythology, and how this mythology was influenced by, and has come to influence, numerous other authors and artists.

Contents

  • Preface by John Michael Sefel
  • Introduction by Niels-Viggo S. Hobbs
  • Poe, Lovecraft, and “the Uncanny”: The Horror of the Self by Anthony Conrad Chieffalo
  • “A Stalking Monster”: The Influence of Radiation Poisoning on H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Colour out of Space” by Andy Troy
  • Dead Lies Dreaming: H.P. Lovecraft and the Other Side of Modernity by Andrew Lenoir
  • Lovecraftian Milton: Prophetic Certainties, Romantic Rebellions, and Horrific Imaginings in the Weird Worlds of Milton and Lovecraft by Marcello C. Ricciardi
  • The Failed Promises of Rationality: Sam J. Lundwall on the Individual Lost in an Uncaring and Soulless World by Lars G.E. Backstrom
  • New England’s Curator: Colonial Revival in the Travelogue and Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft by Kenneth W. Lai
  • Lovecraft, Fear, and the Medieval Body Frame by Perry Neil Harrison
  • Attempting to “Untangle” the Mind, Body, and Phallus in Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep” by Zack Rearick
  • The Shadow of His Smile: Humor in H.P. Lovecraft’s Fiction by Stephen Walker
  • Monstrous Modernism: H.P. Lovecraft’s Theory of the Aesthetic in Modernity by Jason Ray Carney
  • Dagon and Derrida: The Modern and Post-Modern in Dialogue in the Cthulhu Mythos by Lyle Enright
  • I and Cthulhu: Using Martin Buber’s Ontology of Dialogue to Examine H.P. Lovecraft’s Cosmic Dread by Daniel Holmes
  • Thinking Ecocritically: A Look at Embodiment and Nature in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft by Cory Willard
  • Genuine Pagans: A Foray into Lovecraftian Religions by Dennis P. Quinn
  • Appendix: Abstracts of Papers Presented at NecronomiCon Providence—2013 Emerging Scholarship Symposium by John Michael Sefel, Chair
  • Index

Bibliographic Information

Lovecraftian Proceedings Number 1. Edited by John Michael Sefel and Niels-Viggo S. Hobbs. Robyn Hill, Associate Editor. New York, NY: Hippocampus Press; 2015; ISBN 978-1-61498-149-7; paperback; 264 pages.

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