Tales of the Cthulhu mythos

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Arkham House Publishers, 1990 - Fiction - 529 pages
The golden anniversary of Arkham House appropriately is commemorated with this revised and expanded version of the famous 1969 anthology, which brings together many authors associated with the company's early years, plus younger writers who have come under the spell of Lovecraft's incomparable dreamworld: "The Call of Cthulhu, " and "The Haunter of the Dark" by H.P. Lovecraft; "The Return of the Sorcerer" and "Ubbo-Sathla" by Clark Ashton Smith; "The Black Stone" by Robert E. Howard; "The Hounds of Tindalos" and "The Space-Eaters" by Frank Belknap Long; "The Dwellers in Darkness" and "Beyond the Threshold" by August Derleth; "The Shambler from the Stars, " "The Shadow from the Steeple" and "Notebook Found in a Deserted House" by Robert Bloch; "The Salem Horror" by Henry Kuttner; "The Terror from the Depths" by Fritz Leiber; "Rising with Surtsey" by Brian Lumley; "Cold Print" by Ramsey Campbell; "The Return of the Lloigor" by Colin Wilson; "My Boat" by Joanna Russ; "Sticks" by Karl Edward Wagner; "The Freshman" by Philip Jose Farmer; "Jerusalem's Lot" by Stephen King and. "Discovery of the Ghooric Zone" by Richard A. Lupoff.

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Classic Mythos stories, mostly by authors other than Lovecraft, ranging from contemporaries such as Clark Ashton Smith and Frank Belknap Long to modern writers including Ramsey Campbell, Stephen King, and Joanna Russ. Read full review

Contents

THE SPACEEATERS
88
THE DWELLER IN DARKNESS
116
BEYOND THE THRESHOLD
153
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H. P. LOVECRAFT is one of the seminal horror authors of the twentieth century. He wrote more than one hundred stories, and achieved popular acclaim in such publications as Astounding Stories and Weird Tales. Though he died in 1937, the small press publisher Arkham House was established in 1939 to preserve Lovecraft's works for future generations

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