Tag Archives: Lovecraft

Rediscovered: Andrew Lang

Continuing today’s Autograph Hound Super-Sunday theme of Lost Race — sometimes known as Lost World, guess the fine line drawn depends on how exotic the race involved in the action may be, but the baseline is the Lost part — we bring … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Lovecraft — the Reason There’s Arkham Ephemera

If we’re celebrating John D. Haefele’s landmark article on Modern Arkham House Ephemera in the September/October issue of Firsts (with the checklist of items to follow soon in the November/December issue) — and we are — then how about bringing … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Karl to Eric

John D. Haefele slips a toe into the Autograph Hound Saturday action, writing: “You and your cohorts seem focused on the first third of the twentieth century. “Here is one of interest from the middle. I didn’t even know I had … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Derleth in re: Weird Tales

In about a month John D. Haefele’s third article for the newly revived Crypt of Cthulhu will hit the eldritch and squamous streets — covering August Derleth’s various published commentaries on the magazine Weird Tales. The mag where a teenaged Derleth … Continue reading

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Remembered: 100 Years Ago Today

Yeah, you see the autographed pic of Dempsey, and your mind spins — you’re thinking it’s Autograph Hound Saturday! But it’s Thursday July 4th — and American Independence happened more than a hundred years ago, right? (That’s what I heard, anyway.) … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Galpinius and Mrs. Galpinius

Every now and then I think I ought to start a regular feature like some blogs do — call it, in imagination, Autograph Hound Saturdays. And only because I know that Arch-Autograph Hound Brian Leno, whose holdings I’m sure could … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Correctomundo Once More

Ah. And I am proven correct yet again. Most recently, you may recall the post I did largely on the topic of Weird Tales editor Farnsworth Wright where I noted —reviving the term from a debate in the letters column … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: From One Derleth Devotee to Another

And after word got around that Wilum Pugmire took his last breath on the 26th, John D. Haefele sent along the following in memoriam statement: I was deeply saddened by news of Wilum Pugmire’s death. I never met him in … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Good Farny v. Bad Farny

Coming up for air after a long plunge into the edit on John Haefele’s magnum opus on Lovecraft, I thought of an observation from John Locke that I spotted awhile back.  I guess the coverage of “The Shunned House” in the … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: The de Camp Bio

Hey, some books may deserve to be forgotten. Inspired by reading my little biographical eBook on Robert E. Howard, Famous Someday — at this moment no.2 on the Kindle Horror Litcrit Bestseller list, for what that’s worth — (And my … Continue reading

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