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The H.P. Lovecraft Archive

H.P. Lovecraft
HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT (20 August 1890–15 March 1937) is probably best known as a writer of weird fiction, but some believe his voluminous correspondence to be his greatest accomplishment. You can explore his numerous facets through the many pages outlined here:

His Life provides information on Lovecraft’s life, family, correspondents, interests, and a photo gallery;
His Writings explores his wide variety of works, including his fiction and letters, and includes many electronic texts;
His Creations outlines his fictional elements including Lovecraftian locations in New England, a bestiary, and a list of grimoires;
His Study has information on biographies, literary criticism, bibliographies, periodicals, and online articles;
Popular Culture details the movies, games, music, and art based on Lovecraft’s works, as well as the “Cthulhu Mythos”;
Internet Resources gives information on other Lovecraft-related sites, newsgroups, and FTP sites; and
About This Site outlines the purpose and goals of this site.
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What’s New
2 December 2022: 
Created a page for H. P. Lovecraft: Tales of Horror illustrated by John Coulthart (Fall River Press).
16 September 2022: 
26 August 2022: 
Created a page for H. P. Lovecraft: An Introduction to His Life and Writings by Arthur S. Koki (Hippocampus Press) and added the table of contents for Lovecraft Annual issue 16 to our periodicals database.
20 August 2022: 
Happy Birthday to H. P. Lovecraft!
29 July 2022: 
Added a PDF of Donovan K. Loucks’ “The Search for Joseph Curwen’s Town Home” to the Articles page and updated many of the links on that page.
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