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Lovecraft’s Autobiographical Works
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All of these essays may be found in Collected Essays, Volume 5: Philosophy; Autobiography & Miscellany from Hippocampus Press. Dates are first publication dates unless otherwise indicated.

  • The Brief Autobiography of an Inconsequential Scribbler (April 1919)
  • A Confession of Unfaith (February 1922)
  • [Diary: 1925] (written 1925–1926; 2006)
  • [Commercial Blurbs] (written June–July 1925; Spring 1988)
  • Cats and Dogs (23 November 1926; Summer 1937)
  • Notes on Hudson Valley History (written late 1930; 2006)
  • Autobiography of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (written early 1930s; October 1941)
  • In Memoriam: Henry St. Clair Whitehead (March 1933)
  • Some Notes on a Nonentity (written 23 November 1933; 1943)
  • Correspondence between R.H. Barlow and Wilson Shepherd of Oakman, Alabama–Sept.–Nov. 1932 (written spring 1936; Fall 1986)
  • In Memoriam: Robert Ervin Howard (September 1936)
  • Commonplace Book (written early 1920–1935; 1938)
  • Instructions in Case of Decease (written late 1936 or early 1937; Fall 1985)
  • [Diary—1937] (written January–March 1937; 1987)
 
 
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