Love craft and S.T. Joshi fans will love this news.
Lovecraft fans know that Lovecraftian fiction is an addiction. You may drop the habit for a little while, but the tentacles and the damned tomes are always calling to you, waiting for your next binge. Lovecraft fans also know well the name S.T. Joshi: critic, novelist, leading authority on Lovecraft the man. He’s edited countless books of fiction, Lovecraftian or otherwise, and he has been one of the staunchest allies of horror and weird fiction fans.
In Black Wings of Cthulhu Joshi brings you, as the cover declares, twenty-one finely crafted tales of Lovecraftian horror to give you a fix when your next craving hits. Some are pastiches, some use the core of cosmic horror to tell chilling tales that evoke the same horror of Lovecraft without the weight of the mythos and its language. If you’re expecting only pure Cthulhu Mythos tales, you might be disappointed, but if you embrace the…
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