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Some Notes on a Non-entity:
The Life of H. P. Lovecraft

By Sam Gafford
Illustrated by Jason C. Eckhardt

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Since his death in 1937, H. P. Lovecraft and his works have become an overwhelming part of popular culture. His creation, Cthulhu, has appeared in films, cartoons, video games, music and virtually all other parts of popular media. However, although many may know Lovecraft’s creations, few people know the details of his extraordinary life.
     Some Notes on a Non-Entity: The Life of H. P. Lovecraft is a graphic novel biography of this enigmatic and legendary writer.
     Based on years of research into the primary sources regarding Lovecraft’s life, this graphic novel spans Lovecraft’s youth to his later years. Episodes covered include his odd relationship with an overpowering mother; his brief sojourn in New York City and disastrous marriage; the creation of his most amazing tales; and his physically painful decline to an eventual death while considering himself a complete and utter failure.

Bibliographic Information

Some Notes on a Non-entity: The Life of H. P. Lovecraft. By Sam Gafford, illustrated by Jason Eckhardt. Hornsea, England: PS Publishing; June 2017; ISBN 978-1-786361-15-8; hardback; 120 pages.

Purchasing This Book

This book may be purchased in hardcover from Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble or directly from the publisher, PS Publishing.

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