Posts tagged: lovecraft
Although his prose and his politics can be problematic for some readers, the influence of weird fiction writer HP Lovecraft is substantial and reaches out from beyond the grave like one of his indescribable elder gods. Although not particularly successful financially — which is really just another way of calling him a writer — Lovecraft influenced not just generations who would rediscover his…
Portrait of the Dread Cthulhu painted by Edanna Politoske. Acrylic on canvas, fully sealed to prevent shoggoth escaping into our reality.
This portrait was commissioned for the Cultural Gutter’s indiegogo fundraiser, Gutter-A-Go-Go!
I really like how she played with Victorian portraiture conventions.
Happy Birthday, HP Lovecraft! Celebrate you happiness that Lovecraft’s mind is no longer subject to the incomprehensible hideousness of existence by listening to Monster Island Resort Podcast’s reading of, Herbert West, Re-Animator.
Ia Ftaghn! (More images at io9)
Image Carol drew for a reading of “Herbert West, Re-Animator” Monster Island Resort Podcast. Click through to hear the reading.