Books about Cthulhu

For those who love the Lovecraft cosmic horror and Cthulhu mythos it can be hard to find more material on the fascinating creature that is Cthulhu. That’s why we put together a list to help you find more material on Cthulhu! Check out these great authors below!
Here’s our list of books about Cthulhu!

Author: H. P. Lovecraft, Robert Bloch, Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley

“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” –H. P. LOVECRAFT, “Supernatural Horror in Literature” Howard Phillips Lovecraft forever changed the face of horror, fantasy, and science fiction with a remarkable series of stories as influential as the works of Poe, Tolkien, and Edgar Rice Burroughs. His chilling mythology established a gateway between the known universe and an ancient dimension of otherworldly terror, whose unspeakable denizens and monstrous landscapes–dread Cthulhu, Yog-Sothoth, the Plateau of Leng, the Mountains of Madness–have earned him a permanent place in the history of the macabre. In Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, a pantheon of horror and fantasy’s finest authors pay tribute to the master of the macabre with a collection of original stories set in the fearsome Lovecraft tradition: ¸ The Call of Cthulhu by H. P. Lovecraft: The slumbering monster-gods return to the world of mortals. ¸ Notebook Found in a Deserted House by Robert Bloch: A lone farmboy chronicles his last stand against a hungering backwoods evil. ¸ Cold Print by Ramsey Campbell: An avid reader of forbidden books finds a treasure trove of deadly volumes–available for a bloodcurdling price. ¸ The Freshman by Philip José Farmer: A student of the black arts receives an education in horror at notorious Miskatonic University. PLUS EIGHTEEN MORE SPINE-TINGLING TALES!

The Book of Cthulhu 2 Published By: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
2012-09-25  

Author: Ross Lockhart

Last year, Night Shade Books unleashed The Book of Cthulhu onto an unsuspecting world. Critically acclaimed as “the ultimate Cthulhu anthology” and “a ‘must read’ for fans of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos,” The Book of Cthulhu went where no collection of mythos tales had gone before: to the very edge of madness… and beyond. For nearly a century, H. P. Lovecraft’s tales of malevolent Great Old Ones existing beyond the dimensions of this world, beyond the borders of sanity, have captured and held the imaginations of writers and aficionados of the dark, the macabre, the fantastic, and the horrible. Now, because you demanded more, anthologist Ross E. Lockhart has risked all to dive back into the Cthulhu canon, combing through mind-shattering manuscripts and moldering tomes to bring you The Book of Cthulhu 2, with even more tales of tentacles, terror, and madness. Featuring monstrous stories by many of weird fiction’s brightest lights, The Book of Cthulhu 2 brings you even more tales inspired by H. P. Lovecraft’s greatest creation: The Cthulhu mythos. This year, the stars are right… Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Fhtagn!

Acolytes of Cthulhu Published By: Titan Books (US, CA)
2014-06-24  

Author: Robert M. Price, Neil Gaiman, S.T. Joshi, Edmond Hamilton

Noted Lovecraftian scholar R.M.Price assembles this unique Lovecraft-influenced collection of twenty-eight rare tales, from such diverse authors as Neil Gaiman, Jorges Luis Borges, Manly Wade Wellman, and Gustaf Meyrink. Spanning from the 1930s to the 1990s, this kaleidoscopic collection is a triumph of interdimensional threats, ritual magic, and cosmic horrors.

C Is for Cthulhu Published By:
2014-12-01  

Author: Jason Ciaramella, Greg Murphy

A board book featuring gorgeous Lovecraft-themed illustrations for every letter of the alphabet.

The Cthulhu Casebooks – Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows Published By: Titan Books (US, CA)
2016-11-15  

Author: James Lovegrove

It is the autumn of 1880, and Dr John Watson has just returned from Afghanistan. Badly injured and desperate to forget a nightmarish expedition that left him doubting his sanity, Watson is close to destitution when he meets the extraordinary Sherlock Holmes, who is investigating a series of deaths in the Shadwell district of London. Several bodies have been found, the victims appearing to have starved to death over the course of several weeks, and yet they were reported alive and well mere days before. Moreover, there are disturbing reports of creeping shadows that inspire dread in any who stray too close. Holmes deduces a connection between the deaths and a sinister drug lord who is seeking to expand his criminal empire. Yet both he and Watson are soon forced to accept that there are forces at work far more powerful than they could ever have imagined. Forces that can be summoned, if one is brave – or mad – enough to dare…

The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu Published By: Robinson
2016-04-14  

Author: Paula Guran

For more than 80 years H. P. Lovecraft has inspired writers of horror and supernatural fiction with his dark vision of humankind’s insignificant place in a vast, uncaring cosmos. At the time of his death in 1937, Lovecraft was virtually unknown, but from early cult status his readership expanded exponentially; his nightmarish visions laying down roots in the collective imagination of his readers. Now this master of the macabre is accepted as part of the literary mainstream, as an American author of note, and the impact of his work on modern popular culture – in literature, film, television, music, the graphic arts, gaming and theatre – has been profound. As Stephen King wrote in Danse Macabre, the shadow of H. P. Lovecraft ‘underlies almost all of the important horror fiction that has come since.’ Today, Lovecraft’s themes of cosmic indifference, the utter insignificance of humankind, minds invaded by the alien, and the horrors of history remain not only viable motifs for modern speculative fiction, but are more relevant than ever as we explore the mysteries of a universe in which our planet is infinitesimal. This outstanding anthology of original stories – from both established award-winning authors and exciting new voices – collects tales of cosmic horror inspired by Lovecraft from authors who do not merely imitate, but reimagine, re-energize, and renew the best of his concepts in ways relevant to today’s readers, to create fresh new fiction that explores our modern fears and nightmares. From the depths of R’lyeh to the heights of the Mountains of Madness, some of today’s best weird fiction writers traverse terrain created by Lovecraft and create new eldritch geographies to explore . . . With stories by: Laird Barron, Nadia Bulkin, Amanda Downum, Ruthanna Emrys, Richard Gavin, Lois H. Gresh, Lisa L. Hannett, Brian Hodge, Caitlín R. Kiernan, John Langan, Yoon Ha Lee, Usman T. Malik, Helen Marshall, Silvia Moreno, Norman Partridge, W. H. Pugmire, Veronica Schanoes, Michael Shea, John Shirley, Simon Strantzas, Sandra McDonald, Damien Angelica Walters, Don Webb, Michael Wehunt and A.C. Wise Praise for the editor: ‘For fans of Lovecraftian fiction and well-wrought horror’ – Library Journal ‘Guran smartly selects stories that evoke the spirit of Lovecraft’s work without mimicking its style.’ – Publishers Weekly ‘It’s a pretty impressive line-up, with nary a clunker to be found. . . . You don’t have to be a Lovecraft fan to enjoy this anthology… You’ll find alienation, inhumanity, desperation, cruelty, insanity, hopelessness and despair, all set against the backdrop of a vast, unknowable universe filled with vile, indifferent monstrosities. You’ll also find beauty, hope, redemption, and the struggle for survival. What more can you ask for?’ – Tor.com ‘I highly recommend this collection… If you have even the slightest interest in contemporary horror fiction, you’ll want to try this one on for size!’ – BookGuide

The Call of Cthulhu Published By: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
2020-01-28  

Author: H.P. Lovecraft

“The Call of Cthulhu” by Howard Phillips H. P. Lovecraft is one of the classic horror works, so called “Lovecraft horrors”. American author of horror, fantasy, and science fiction, Lovecraft’s major inspiration and invention was cosmic horror; the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally alien. Those who genuinely reason, like his protagonists, gamble with sanity. Lovecraft has developed a cult following for his Cthulhu Mythos, a series of loosely interconnected fiction featuring a pantheon of human-nullifying entities, as well as the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore. His works were deeply pessimistic and cynical, challenging the values of the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Christian humanism. Lovecraft’s protagonists usually achieve the mirror-opposite of traditional gnosis and mysticism by momentarily glimpsing the horror of ultimate reality. Some people adore it, some people find it way too long (reading it is definitely work), but everyone agrees it’s a monumental story that ties together the universe where “The Call of Cthulhu,” The Shadow Over Innsmouth, “The Dunwich Horror,” and lots of other stories exist. A group of explorers go to Antarctica and discover evidence of a previous civilization. I don’t want to spoil the surprises, but I can at least tell you the big discovery the explorers make: There are things that even monsters fear. Famous works of the author Howard Phillips Lovecraft: At the Mountains of Madness, The Dreams in the Witch House, The Horror at Red Hook, The Shadow Out of Time, The Shadows over Innsmouth, The Alchemist, Herbert West: Reanimator, Ex Oblivione, Azathoth, The Call of Cthulhu, The Cats of Ulthar, The Outsider, The Picture in the House, The Shunned House, The Terrible Old Man, The Tomb, What the Moon Brings. Illustrated by Olga Moss.

H. P. Lovecraft’s Tales in the Cthulhu Mythos – A Collection of Short Stories (Fantasy and Horror Classics) Published By: Read Books Ltd
2016-03-31  

Author: H. P. Lovecraft, George Henry Weiss

In the Lovecraftian universe there exists many terrible and horrifying things, from extraterrestrial gods and ancient secrets to zealous cults, supernatural beasts and beyond. Part of our “Fantasy and Horror Classics” imprint, this book contains a collection of Lovecraft’s best horror short stories from the ‘Cthulhu Mythos’. The stories include: “The Nameless City”, “The Unnamable”, “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The Dunwich Horror”, “The Whisperer in the Darkness”, “Out of the Aeons”, “The Shadow over Innsmouth”, and “The Thing on the Doorstep”. The perfect collection for horror lovers and fans of Lovecraft’s terrifying fiction. Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890–1937) was an American writer of supernatural horror fiction. Though his works remained largely unknown and did not furnish him with a decent living, Lovecraft is today considered to be among the most significant writers of supernatural horror fiction of the twentieth century. Read & Co. is publishing this classic collection of short stories now in a new edition complete with a dedication by George Henry Weiss.

Horror Classics: The Call of Cthulhu,The Fall of the House of Usher. Illustrated Published By: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
2020-10-13  

Author: H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe

A true connoisseur of horror sooner or later turns to the classics of the genre. Edgar Poe was one of the first to scare the readers by The Fall of the House of Usher. Howard Lovecraft invented Cthulhu, Dagon, Yog-Sothoth and many other dark deities, which became so popular that hundreds of fiction writers, including Neil Gaiman and Stephen King, are still expanding his mythology. Illustrated by Olga Moss. Contents: 1. H. P. Lovecraft: The Call of Cthulhu 2. Edgar Allan Poe: The Fall of the House of Usher

Herbert West Published By: BookRix
2018-10-16  

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

“Herbert West—Reanimator” is a story by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft. The story is the first to mention Lovecraft’s fictional Miskatonic University. It is also notable as one of the first depictions of zombies as scientifically reanimated corpses, with animalistic and uncontrollable temperament. The narrator is a doctor who went to medical school with the titular character. Informing the reader that Herbert West has recently disappeared. The narrator goes on to explain how he met West when they were both young men in medical school, and the narrator became fascinated by West’s theories, which postulated that the human body is simply a complex, organic machine, which could be “restarted.” West initially tries to prove this hypothesis, but is unsuccessful. West realizes he must experiment on human subjects. The two men spirit away numerous supplies from the medical school and set up shop in an abandoned farmhouse. At first, they pay a group of men to rob graves for them, but none of the experiments are successful. West and the narrator go into grave robbing for themselves. One night, West and the narrator steal a corpse of a construction worker who died just that morning in an accident. They take it back to the farmhouse and inject it with West’s solution, but nothing happens. Later an inhuman scream is heard from within the room containing the corpse which forces the two students to instinctively flee into the night. West accidentally tips over a lantern and the farmhouse catches fire. West and the narrator escape. The next day, however, the newspaper reads that a grave in potter’s field had been molested violently the night before, as with the claws of a beast.

Cthulhu Published By: New York : Baen Books ; Markham, Ont. : Distributed in Canada by PaperJacks
1987  

Author: Robert Ervin Howard, David Drake

A tale about Cthulhu, the greatest of the true gods of Earth whose name can be found only in ancient, blasphemous manuscripts, and the demonic rites of the Old Ones

The Children of Cthulhu Published By: Del Rey
2009-01-16  

Author: Alan Dean Foster, China Miéville, Yvonne Navarro

Descend to the depths of primal horror with this chilling collection of original stories drawn from H. P. Lovecraft’s shocking, terrifying, and eerily prescient Cthulhu Mythos. In twenty-one dark visions, a host of outstanding contemporary writers tap into our innermost fears, with tales set in a misbegotten new world that could have been spawned only by the master of the macabre himself, H. P. Lovecraft. Inside you’ll find: “Details” by China Miéville: A curious boy discovers that within the splinters of cracked wood or the tangle of tree branches, the devil is in the details. “Visitation” by James Robert Smith: When Edgar Allan Poe arrives, a callow man finally gets what he always wanted—and what he may eternally despise. “Meet Me on the Other Side” by Yvonne Navarro: A couple in love with terror travels beyond their wildest dreams—and into their nightmares. “A Fatal Exception Has Occured At . . .” by Alan Dean Foster: Internet terrorism extends far beyond transmitting threats of evil. AND SEVENTEEN MORE HARROWING TALES “The Invisible Empire” by James Van Pelt “A Victorian Pot Dresser” by L. H. Maynard and M. P. N. Sims “The Cabin in the Woods” by Richard Laymon “The Stuff of the Stars, Leaking” by Tim Lebbon “Sour Places” by Mark Chadbourn “That’s the Story of My Life” by John Pelan and Benjamin Adams “Long Meg and Her Daughters” by Paul Finch “Dark of the Moon” by James S. Dorr “Red Clay” by Michael Reaves “Principles and Parameters” by Meredith L. Patterson “Are You Loathsome Tonight?” by Poppy Z. Brite “The Serenade of Starlight” by W. H. Pugmire, Esq. “Outside” by Steve Rasnic Tem “Nor the Demons Down Under the Sea” by Caitlín R. Kiernan “A Spectacle of a Man” by Weston Ochse “The Firebrand Symphony” by Brian Hodge “Teeth” by Matt Cardin

The Strange Sound of Cthulhu: Music Inspired by the Writings of H. P. Lovecraft Published By: Lulu.com
2006  

Author: Gary Hill

Arguably no other author has inspired more musicians than has Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Here, for the first time, is a book documenting the music inspired by the works of this literary genius, with insights provided by the artists. The book features a foreword by H. P. Lovecraft expert S. T. Joshi and cover artwork by Joseph Vargo.

The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories Published By: Penguin
1999  

Author: Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Frequently imitated and widely influential, Howard Phillips Lovecraft reinvented the horror genre in the twentieth century, discarding ghosts and witches and envisioning instead mankind as a tiny outpost of dwindling sanity in a chaotic and malevolent universe. Love craft’s preeminent interpreter S. T. Joshi presents a selection of the master’s fiction, from the early tales of nightmares and madness such as “The Outsider” and “Rats in the Walls,” through the grotesquely comic “Herbert West-Reanimator” and “The Hound,” to the overpowering cosmic terror of “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” and “The Call of Cthulhu.” The first paperback edition to include the definitive corrected texts, The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories reveals the development of Lovecraft’s mesmerizing narrative style and establishes him as a canonical-and visionary-American writer.

The Call of Cthulhu and At the Mountains of Madness Published By: Courier Dover Publications
2018-09-12  

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Includes “The Call of Cthulhu,” praised by Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard as “a masterpiece,” and “At the Mountains of Madness,” hailed by critic Theodore Sturgeon as “first-water, true-blue science fiction.”

Quest for Cthulhu Published By: Running PressBook Pub
2000  

Author: August Derleth

An omnibus volume contain two chilling tales of mythic horror–based on the cycle of tales created by the late H. P. Lovecraft–features “The Whippoorwills in the Hills,” in which the hideous deity Yog-Sothoth stalks the forests of New England, “the Sandwin Compact,” and “The Seal of R’lyeh,” as well as the novel The Trail of Cthulhu. Original.

The Call of Cthulhu Published By: Lulu.com
2016-06-17  

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

First published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales in February 1928, ‘The Call of Cthulhu’ is a terrifying trilogy of horror stories that has influenced writers like William S. Burroughs, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas Ligotti and Stephen King.

New Cthulhu 2 Published By: Prime Books
2015-03-24  

Author: Laird Barron, John Langan, Elizabeth Bear, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Paula Guran, Sarah Monette, Charles Stross, John Shirley, Carrie Vaughn

“Some stories are more explicitly Lovecraftian than others, but all demonstrate how Lovecraft’s dark mythology continues to inspire outstanding tales of modern horror.” – Publisher’s Weekly Many of the best weird fiction writers (and creators in most other media) have been profoundly influenced by the genre and the mythos H.P. Lovecraft created eight decades ago. Lovecraft’s themes of cosmic indifference, minds invaded by the alien, and the horrors of history – written with a pervasive atmosphere of unexplainable dread – are more relevant than ever as we explore the mysteries of a universe in which our planet is infinitesimal and climatic change is overwhelming it. A few years ago, New Cthulhu : The Recent Weird presented some of the best of this new Lovecraftian fiction from the first decade of the twenty-first century. Now, New Cthulhu 2: More Recent Weird brings you more eldritch tales and even fresher fiction inspired by Lovecraft.

What to Do When You Meet Cthulhu Published By: Elder Signs Press
2010-11-01  

Author: Rachel Gray, William Jones

Providing insight into the famed Cthulhu mythos of H. P. Lovecraft as well as the countless mythical threats that creep among Earth’s population, this comprehensive handbook explores the transdimensional beings, subterranean creatures, and fantastical beasts that lurk in the corners of time. From encounters with Barnabas Marsh and Wilbur Whateley to dangerous seaside communities, this witty exploration covers the multitude of imaginary dangers, escape options, and chances of survival when confronting these horrors. Shoggoths, Nightgaunts, ghouls, and Cthulhu all have ventured into popular culture in the form of cuddly toys, but as this entertaining overview proves, these monsters are not so warm and fuzzy when met face-to-face, face-to-muzzle, or face-to-tentacles. Authoritative and hilarious, this “survival guide” sheds light on the mysterious and often unimaginable world of Cthulhu.

The Fall of Cthulhu Published By: Lulu.com
2015-03-20  

Author: Horrified Press

They say that when the “”stars are right”” he will return and usher in a new age and the Elder Gods will reign once again. H.P.L. drops a few hints that Cthulhu might not be returning during mankind’s time on Earth. What could possibly stop him from awakening from his aeons old sleep? Or thwart his plans?

Cumbrian Cthulhu Published By: Lulu.com
2012-11-03  

Author: Andrew McGuigan, Andrew Paciorek

Cumbrian Cthulhu aims to encourage and publish stories by amateur horror writers, celebrating the mystical beauty of Cumbria and the timeless horror of H.P. Lovecraft. We will donate 100% of sales profits from each volume produced to The Lake District Search And Mountain Rescue Association (LDSAMRA).

Fall of Cthulhu Published By: BOOM! Studios
2009-04-01  

Author: Michael Nelson

The House of Cthulhu Published By: Tor Books
2007-04-01  

Author: Brian Lumley

The House of Cthulhu is classic Lovecraftian horror from one of the masters of the form, British Fantasy Award-winner Brian Lumley. Readers are introduced to the weird and wonderful world of Theem’hdra, an island continent of wonders and terrors, where brave men die terrifying deaths, awe-inspiring sorcerers hurl powerful magic at each other, and monsters abound. The volcanic eruption that created the island of Surtsey in 1967 also revealed a long hidden cache of documents that told the fantastic history of Theem’hdra as written by the sorcerer Teh Atht. Building on translations begun by the scholar Thelred Gustau-who vanished under mysterious, some say magical, circumstances-Brian Lumley brings the saga of the Primal Land to readers of today. Here, the wizard Mylarkhrion-most powerful of the terrible magicians who walked the earth in those long-ago days-battles sorcerers jealous of his knowledge, power, and wealth. His own apprentice, thinking he knows all of his master’s secrets, challenges him-but Mylarkhrion has one final trick up his sleeve . . . . When the assassin Humbuss Ank, who specializes in killing wizards, makes Mylarkhrion his target, he avoids or destroys nearly all of the sorcerer’s traps, forcing Mylarkhrion to a final, desperate gamble for survival. But even Mylarkhrion has a weakness, a lust for power that drives him to summon the Great One, Cthulhu, and so call doom upon himself! The fabled riches of the House of Cthulhu draw thieves and warriors from throughout the civilized-and uncivilized lands, but none escape with so much as a single gemstone, for they discover that Cthulhu’s House is not a temple but a dwelling-place. Surely the Elder God lives there still, waiting for an unwary person to open the portal between his world and ours . . . . At the Publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Cthulhu Senryu Published By: Wildside Press LLC
2006-06-01  

Author: Nick Mamatas

Cthulhu Senryu Move Under Ground Was The Book This Is The Chapbook 100 Poems From Move Under Ground limited One more for each book Only eight dollars The Great Old Ones will consume Your soul for less, pal.

Cthulhu Lives! Published By: Ghostwoods Books
2014-08-26  

Author: Tim Dedopulos, Greg Stolze, John Reppion, Lynne Hardy, Gethin A. Lynes, Gábor Csigás, E. Dane Anderson, Piers Beckley, Joff Brown, Jeremy Clymer, Helmer Gorman, Michael Grey, G. K. Lomax, Iain Lowson, Marc Reichardt, Peter Tupper, Adam Vidler

“That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die.” At the time of his death in 1937, American horror writer H.P. Lovecraft was virtually unknown. The power of his stories was too great to contain, however. As the decades slipped by, his dark visions laid down roots in the collective imagination of mankind, and they grew strong. Now Cthulhu is a name known to many and, deep under the seas, Lovecraft’s greatest creation becomes restless… This volume brings together seventeen masterful tales of cosmic horror inspired by Lovecraft’s work. In his fiction, humanity is a tiny, accidental drop of light and life in the endless darkness of an uncaring universe -– a darkness populated by vast, utterly alien horrors. Our continued survival relies upon our utter obscurity, something that every fresh scientific wonder threatens to shatter. The dazzling stories in Cthulhu Lives! show the disastrous folly of our arrogance. We think ourselves the first masters of Earth, and the greatest, and we are very badly mistaken on both counts. Inside these covers, you’ll find a lovingly-curated collection of terrors and nightmares, of catastrophic encounters to wither the body and blight the soul. We humans are inquisitive beings, and there are far worse rewards for curiosity than mere death. The truth is indeed out there – and it hungers.

Cthulhu’s Reign Published By: Penguin
2010-04-06  

Author: Darrell Schweitzer

All original stories about the return of Cthulhu and the Old Ones to Earth. Some of the darkest hints in all of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos relate to what will happen after the Old Ones return and take over the earth. What happens when Cthulhu is unleashed upon the world? What happens when the other Old Ones, long since banished from our universe, break through and descend from the stars? What would the reign of Cthulhu be like on a totally transformed planet where mankind is no longer the master? Find out in these exciting, brand-new stories.

Cumbrian Cthulhu Volume two Published By: Lulu.com
2012-11-18  

Author: Andrew McGuigan, Andrew Paciorek

Volume Two. All new tales of Cumbrian horror inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s legendary Cthulhu Mythos. Cumbrian Cthulhu aims to encourage and publish stories by amateur horror writers, celebrating the mystical beauty of Cumbria and the timeless horror of H.P. Lovecraft. We will donate 100% of sales profits from each volume produced to The Lake District Search And Mountain Rescue Association (LDSAMRA).

Cthulhu 2000 Published By: Del Rey
2010-05-12  

Author: Harlan Ellison, Thomas Ligotti, Poppy Z. Brite, F. Paul Wilson

A host of horror and fantasy’s top authors captures the spirit of supreme supernatural storyteller H. P. Lovecraft with eighteen chilling contemporary tales that would have made the master proud. “The Barrens” by F. Paul Wilson: In a tangled wilderness, unearthly lights lead the way to a world no human was meant to see. “His Mouth Will Taste of Wormwood” by Poppy Z. Brite: Two dabblers in black magic encounter a maestro of evil enchantment. “On the Slab” by Harlan Ellison: The corpse of a one-eyed giant brings untold fortune—and unspeakable fear—to whoever possesses it. “Pickman’s Modem” by Lawrence Watt-Evans: Horror is a keystroke away when an ancient evil lurks in modern technology. PLUS FOURTEEN MORE BLOOD-CURDLING STORIES “Shaft Number 247” by Basil Copper “The Adder” by Fred Chappell “Fat Face” by Michael Shea “The Big Fish” by Kim Newman “I Had Vacantly Crumpled It into My Pocket . . . But by God, Eliot, It Was a Photograph from Life!” by Joanna Russ “H.P.L.” by Gahan Wilson “The Unthinkable” by Bruce Sterling “Black Man with a Horn” by T. E. D. Klein “Love’s Eldritch Ichor” by Esther M. Friesner “The Last Feast of Harlequin” by Thomas Ligotti “The Shadow on the Doorstep” by James P. Blaylock “Lord of the Land” by Gene Wolfe “The Faces at Pine Dunes” by Ramsey Campbell “24 Views of Mt. Fuji, by Hokusai” by Roger Zelazny

Cumbrian Cthulhu Volume Four Published By: Lulu.com
2014-04  

Author: Andrew McGuigan, Andrew Paciorek

Our Fourth Volume of Lakeland Lovecraftian tales! All illustrated by Andy Paciorek Cover by Tony Clark All profits donated to LDSAMRA

Cumbrian Cthulhu Volume Three Published By: Lulu.com
2013-11-07  

Author: Andrew McGuigan, Andrew Paciorek

All new tales of Cumbrian horror inspired by H.P Lovecraft’s legendary Cthulhu mythos! Cumbrian Cthulhu Volume Three Nine stories of Lakeland Lovecraft by new writers, accompanied by the beautifully grotesque illustrations of Andy Paciorek. Features part two of Richard W Straw’s epic ‘Langdale & Pike’ trilogy! All profits from book sales will be donated to the Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association (LDSAMRA) Cumbrian Cthulhu writers, artists and contributors have kindly given their work for free.

The Call of Cthulhu (克蘇魯的呼喚) Published By: Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.
2011-07-15  

Author: Howard Phillips Lovecraft

The Book of Cthulhu 2 Published By: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
2012-09-25  

Author: Ross Lockhart

Last year, Night Shade Books unleashed The Book of Cthulhu onto an unsuspecting world. Critically acclaimed as “the ultimate Cthulhu anthology” and “a ‘must read’ for fans of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos,” The Book of Cthulhu went where no collection of mythos tales had gone before: to the very edge of madness… and beyond. For nearly a century, H. P. Lovecraft’s tales of malevolent Great Old Ones existing beyond the dimensions of this world, beyond the borders of sanity, have captured and held the imaginations of writers and aficionados of the dark, the macabre, the fantastic, and the horrible. Now, because you demanded more, anthologist Ross E. Lockhart has risked all to dive back into the Cthulhu canon, combing through mind-shattering manuscripts and moldering tomes to bring you The Book of Cthulhu 2, with even more tales of tentacles, terror, and madness. Featuring monstrous stories by many of weird fiction’s brightest lights, The Book of Cthulhu 2 brings you even more tales inspired by H. P. Lovecraft’s greatest creation: The Cthulhu mythos. This year, the stars are right… Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Fhtagn!

The Illuminated Cthulhu Mythos – the Illustrated Necronomicon and other Grimories Fragments Published By: Lulu.com

Author: Luca Oleastri

Littlest Lovecraft: The Call of Cthulhu Published By: Esoteric Order of Publishing
2013-09-13  

Author: Tro Rex

Littlest Lovecraft retells H. P. Lovecraft’s classic tale of cosmic horror The Call of Cthulhu in this fully illustrated adaptation. When Thurston receives a mysterious box from his late grand-uncle, it leads to a terrible obsession. Follow his quest to learn the truth about strange statues, crazed cultists, and the great and monstrous Cthulhu. Note: This book is landscape!

Urban Cthulhu: Nightmare Cities Published By: Lulu.com
2012-05  

Author: Henrik Sandbeck Harksen, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Glynn Owen Barrass, T. E. Grau, John Goodrich, Pete Rawlik, Ian Davey, Thomas Strømsholt, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy, Morten Carlsen, Robert Tangiers

What lurks in the damp recesses of urban existence? These new tales of weird fiction are a blend of urban horror, pulp noir and dark fantasy. Lovecraftian horrors and Cthulhu Mythos monsters have never been this gritty. From haunted Kingsport across the globe to shadowy Berlin and the otherworldly music of Bangalore. From kind, sexy neighbors to cyberpunk paranoia an The King in Yellow. A journalist’s search with unexpected results. What really happened to Walter Gilman, and what is the origin of the witch Keziah Mason? And witness humanity fail against the forces from beyond. From weird sounds to screams of madness. Entropy. Chaos. Disorder. Death. Beneath cities, on the outskirts of ruined, aeon-old cities and INSIDE cities. The stench, the decay, the hopelesness… it is everywhere. Welcome to URBAN CTHULHU: NIGHTMARE CITIES.

Fall of Cthulhu Omnibus Published By: BOOM! Studios
2015-02-04  

Author: Michael Alan Nelson

When Nyarlathotep, the crawling chaos himself, devises his most destructive plan yet, a disparate group of humans find themselves brought together as the unavoidable apocalypse draws near.

The Cthulhu Encryption Published By: Wildside Press LLC
2013-05-01  

Author: Brian Stableford

The Shoggoths attack: “They had been so horrible before that I dare not say that they were any MORE horrible when they came again…. They were still unspeakable, still unthinkable–but whether I could speak or think of them or not, they were HERE.” Auguste Dupin is one of the few persons who can identify the rare Cthulhu Encryption etched in the flesh of a dying woman. The Comte de Saint-Germain owns a companion cryptogram that he believes is the key to finding a fabulous treasure buried by the pirate Levasseur. Harassed by Shoggoths and tracked by Saint-Germain, Dupin must find the key to the complex puzzle. Can the might of Cthulhu be held at bay? And even if he finds an answer, can he and his friends escape with their lives? A riveting horror novel set in H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthuhlu Mythos!

Call of Cthulhu Published By: ABDO Publishing Company
2014-01-01  

Author: Vincent Goodwin

When Francis Wayland Thurston inherited his uncleÍs personal papers, he discovered a chilling mystery in one of the files. His uncle had interviewed several people around the world who were having strange dreams of a dark city. A voice called to each of them„called them to Cthulhu! This haunting tale is now a striking graphic novel adaptation. Graphic Planet is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO Group. Grades 5-8.

On the Emergence of “Cthulhu” & Other Observations Published By:
1995  

Author: Steven John Mariconda

Cthulhu’s Daughter and Other Horror Tales Published By: Rhiannon Frater
2012-11-28  

Author: Rhiannon Frater

From the depths of the darkest waters of the ocean to the eternal darkness of space, Rhiannon Frater crafts taunt tales of terror to enthrall avid readers of the genre. Each short story explores a different type of monster from the shambling undead to devourers of worlds. In Cthulhu’s Daughter explore madness and terror as a young woman’s mind slowly unravels as a hurricane bears down on her hometown. Step back in time to witness one man’s flight from the ravages of war only to encounter a pack of werewolves in Fleeing and slink through the shadows of a mansion where an archaeologist obsesses over the mummy queen residing in her sarcophagus in Amunet. Encounter a sentient nanny robot hoping to escape deletion while struggling to keep her ward safe from her abusive employer in Flesh and Circuits, or rush along city streets as a seeing-eye dog tries to save her blind master in Stop Requested. Witness the struggle between a mortal mother and the vampire who wants to take away her ailing child and turn him into a creature of the night in The Two Mothers. And, finally, discover what terrors lurk beyond the reflective surface of a mirror in The Key. Each tale carries Rhiannon Frater’s distinctive stamp of stunning action coupled with realistic characters that the reader either cheers for or fears.

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