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A Commonplace Book of the Weird: The Untold Stories of H.P. Lovecraft
     

A Commonplace Book of the Weird: The Untold Stories of H.P. Lovecraft

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by Joseph Fink
 
Upon his untimely death, H.P. Lovecraft, the early twentieth-century master of “weird fiction,” left behind descriptions of 221 unwritten stories. Some were only a few ambiguous words long, others were complete plot outlines, and all of them died with their author.

Now, 70 years later, writers from all over the country have come together to

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Upon his untimely death, H.P. Lovecraft, the early twentieth-century master of “weird fiction,” left behind descriptions of 221 unwritten stories. Some were only a few ambiguous words long, others were complete plot outlines, and all of them died with their author.

Now, 70 years later, writers from all over the country have come together to bring these untold stories to life. The only requirement for the writers—to create a piece that fulfilled every part of Lovecraft’s original vision. The results are as varied as the artists behind them. Inside this book waits horror, science fiction, comedy, memoir, experimental text art, and one extremely short novel.

Some of these stories will take away your worries. Others will take away your sleep. And a few will take you to another world, a world where weird fiction still lives, and the way home may prove difficult to find indeed…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781886588509
Publisher:
Commonplace Books
Publication date:
10/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
233
File size:
9 MB
Age Range:
16 Years

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A Commonplace Book of the Weird: The Untold Stories of H.P. Lovecraft 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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The quality ranged from okay to thoroughly enjoyable. An interesting premise. My favorite stories were "The Horror on the Ebon Stair" [Blank] [Blank] and "Relative Damnation".