The Dream Cycle of H P Lovecraft Dreams of Terror and Death

If one author truly represents the very best in American literary horror, it is H. P. Lovecraft.”—John Carpenter, Director of At the Mouth of Madness, Halloween, and Christine With an introduction by Neil Gaiman This volume collects, ...

The Dream Cycle of H  P  Lovecraft  Dreams of Terror and Death

“[Lovecraft's] dream fantasy works are as terrifying and haunting as his tales of horror and the macabre. A master craftsman, Lovecraft brings compelling visions of nightmarish fear, invisible worlds and the demons of the unconscious. If one author truly represents the very best in American literary horror, it is H. P. Lovecraft.”—John Carpenter, Director of At the Mouth of Madness, Halloween, and Christine With an introduction by Neil Gaiman This volume collects, for the first time, the entire Dream Cycle created by H. P. Lovecraft, the master of twentieth-century horror, including some of his most fantastic tales: The Doom That Came to Sarnath—Hate, genocide, and a deadly curse consume the land of Mnar. The Statment of Randolph Carter—“You fool, Warren is DEAD!” The Nameless City—Death lies beneath the shifting sands, in a story linking the Dream Cycle with the legendary Cthulhu Mythos. The Cats of Ulthar—In Ulthar, no man may kill a cat...and woe unto any who tries. The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath—The epic nightmare adventure with tendrils stretching throughout the entire Dream Cycle. And twenty more tales of surreal terror!

The Strange Sound of Cthulhu Music Inspired by the Writings of H P Lovecraft

San Francisco, CA: Night Shade Books; 2001 12 Lovecraft, Howard P. “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath.” The Dream Cycle of H.P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death. New York: Ballantine Books, 1995 13 Payne's Gray. “Sunset City.

The Strange Sound of Cthulhu  Music Inspired by the Writings of H  P  Lovecraft

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 Lovecraftian Poe

S. T. Joshi and David E. Schultz, An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2001), 208. ... Perhaps the best-known assembling of the cycle is Dreams of Terror and Death: The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft (1985), ...

The Lovecraftian Poe

H.P. Lovecraft, one of the twentieth century’s most important writers in the genre of horror fiction, famously referred to Edgar Allan Poe as both his “model” and his “God of Fiction.” While scholars and readers of Poe’s and Lovecraft’s work have long recognized the connection between these authors, this collection of essays is the first in-depth study to explore the complex literary relationship between Lovecraft and Poe from a variety of critical perspectives. Of the thirteen essays included in this book, some consider how Poe’s work influenced Lovecraft in important ways. Other essays explore how Lovecraft’s fictional, critical, and poetic reception of Poe irrevocably changed how Poe’s work has been understood by subsequent generations of readers and interpreters. Addressing a variety of topics ranging from the psychology of influence to racial and sexual politics, the essays in this book also consider how Lovecraft’s interpretations of Poe have informed later adaptations of both writers’ works in films by Roger Corman and fiction by Stephen King, Thomas Ligotti, and Caitlin R. Kiernan. This collection is an indispensable resource not only for those who are interested in Poe’s and Lovecraft’s work specifically, but also for readers who wish to learn more about the modern history and evolution of Gothic, horror, and weird fiction.

Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre The Best of H P Lovecraft

The H.P. Lovecraft editions from Del Rey Books The Best of H. P. Lovecraft: BLOODCURDLING TALES OF HORROR AND THE MACABRE The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: DREAMS OF TERROR AND DEATH The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft: THE ROAD TO ...

Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre  The Best of H  P  Lovecraft

“H.P. Lovecraft has yet to be surpassed as the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale.”—Stephen King “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 This is the collection that true fans of horror fiction must have: sixteen of H.P. Lovecraft’s most horrifying visions, including: The Call of Cthulu: The first story in the infamous Cthulhu mythos—a creature spawned in the stars brings a menace of unimaginable evil to threaten all mankind. The Dunwich Horror: An evil man’s desire to perform an unspeakable ritual leads him in search of the fabled text of The Necronomicon. The Colour Out of Space: A horror from the skies—far worse than any nuclear fallout—transforms a man into a monster. The Shadow Over Innsmouth: Rising from the depths of the sea, an unspeakable horror engulfs a quiet New England town. Plus twelve more terrifying tales!

Shadows of Death

The H. P. Lovecraft editions from Del Rey Books The Best of H. P. Lovecraft: BLOODCURDLING TALES OF HORROR AND THE MACABRE The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: DREAMS OF TERROR AND DEATH The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft: THE ROAD TO ...

Shadows of Death

Descend into the nerve-shattering realm of America’s master of horror, H. P. Lovecraft—to a dank place where gloomy maelstroms await the unwary, where the unnatural is surpassed only by the unspeakable, and where all pleasure is perverse. Take a chance . . . all you can lose is your sanity. Featuring an introduction by Harlan Ellison The Doom That Came to Sarnath—The magnificent city had wealth beyond measure, but no riches could save it from a ghastly day of reckoning. The Shunned House—He vowed to rid the odious structure of the brooding horror that clung to it, but evil would not go gently. The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath—Desperate to understand his tormenting vision, one man begins a forbidden and nightmarish journey. The Tomb—The old Hyde family crypt held a gruesome attraction for a boy, until he communed with the dead and learned their secrets. The Shadow Out of Time—The quest to understand the devouring force that once possessed a scholar leads a man to the other side of the world, where all will be revealed in one hideous, unholy night. Plus eleven other macabre tales of pure terror!

The New Lovecraft Circle

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The New Lovecraft Circle

H. P. Lovecraft was the eerily prescient genius who first electrified readers in Weird Tales magazine. His tales changed the face of horror forever and inspired the bloodcurdling offerings of a new generation. These brilliant dark visionaries forge grisly trails through previously uncharted realms of mortal terror. THE PLAIN OF SOUND by Ramsey Campbell: In the beginning they could find no source for the throbbing vibrations; in the end they could find no escape. THE HORROR ON THE BEACH by Alan Dean Foster: Along the coast of Santa Barbara, the mighty Pacific Ocean can no longer contain—or conceal—an ancient, insatiable evil stirring in its depths. THE KISS OF BUGG-SHASH by Brian Lumley: It mattered not how innocent the students’ motives seemed; the demon had been summoned, and the price had to be paid—every last red drop of it. THE FISHERS FROM OUTSIDE by Lin Carter: A man obsessed with unlocking the secrets of a race older than time would not be disappointed—doomed perhaps, devoured possibly, but definitely not disappointed. AND TWENTY-ONE MORE TALES OF FEAR . . . THE STONE ON THE ISLAND by Ramsey Campbell THE STATEMENT OF ONE JOHN GIBSON by Brian Lumley DEMONIACAL by David Sutton THE SLITHERER FROM THE SLIME by H. P. Lowcraft THE DOOM OF YAKTHOOB by Lin Carter THE KEEPER OF THE FLAME by Gary Myers DEAD GIVEAWAY by J. Vernon Shea THOSE WHO WAIT by James Wade THE KEEPER OF DARK POINT by John Glasby THE BLACK MIRROR by John Glasby I’VE COME TO TALK WITH YOU AGAIN by Karl Edward Wagner THE HOWLER IN THE DARK by Richard L. Tierney THE WHISPERERS by Richard A. Lupoff LIGHTS! CAMERA! SHUB-NIGGURATH! by Richard A. Lupoff SAUCERS FROM YADDITH by Robert M. Price VASTARIEN by Thomas Ligotti THE MADNESS OUT OF SPACE by Peter H. Cannon ALIAH WARDEN by Roger Johnson THE LAST SUPPER by Donald R. Burleson THE CHURCH AT GARLOCK’S BEND by David Kaufman THE SPHERES BEYOND SOUND (THRENODY) by Mark Rainey

The Cinema of James Wan

James Wan openly acknowledged the influence of H.P. Lovecraft's fiction in his last film, Aquaman (2018). ... H.P. Lovecraft, The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death (New York: Random House Publishing, 1995), 15.

The Cinema of James Wan

An auteur and the creator of multiple cinematic universes, James Wan has become one of the most successful directors in history, his films breaking box office records worldwide. Yet there is little scholarship on Wan's work. This collection of new essays fills the gap with contributions from around the globe offering analysis of his film and television productions, including Saw (2004), Aquaman (2018) and The Conjuring Universe franchise, along with less well-known works like Death Sentence (2007), Dead Silence (2007) and his pilot for the new MacGyver series. For the first time, Wan's films are explored in-depth from wide range of critical perspectives.

Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction

... Lovecraft (1975) The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death (1995) The Road to Madness (1996) The Annotated Lovecraft (1997) Tales ofH. P. Lovecraft (1997) The Loved Dead (1997) More Annotated H. P. Lovecraft ...

Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction

Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction provides comprehensive coverage of the major authors and works in these popular genres. Each entry includes a brief discussion of the author's life and work and includes a full bibliography. Each entry on

Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature

The Loved One 215 Lovecraft created his own mythic cycle popu- lated with MONSTERS such as those that permeate “The Call of Cthulhu” ... In a posthumous collection, The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death (1995), ...

Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature

Presents an alphabetical reference guide detailing the lives and works of authors associated with Gothic literature.

The Road to Madness

The H.P. Lovecraft editions from Del Rey Books The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: DREAMS OF TERROR AND DEATH The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft: THE ROAD TO MADNESS At the Mountains of Madness AND OTHER TALES OF TERROR The Tomb AND ...

The Road to Madness

One of the most influential practitioners of American horror, H.P. Lovecraft inspired the work of Stephen King, Anne Rice, and Clive Barker. As he perfected his mastery of the macabre, his works developed from seminal fragments into acknowledged masterpieces of terror. This volume traces his chilling career and includes: IMPRISONED WITH THE PHARAOHS--Houdini seeks to reveal the demons that inhabit the Egyptian night. AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS--An unsuspecting expedition uncovers a city of untold terror, buried beneath an Antarctic wasteland. Plus, for the first time in any Del Rey edition: HERBERT WEST: REANIMATOR--Mad experiments yield hideous results in this, the inspiration for the cult film Re-Animator. COOL AIR--An icy apartment hides secrets no man dares unlock. THE TERRIBLE OLD MAN--The intruders seek a fortune but find only death! AND TWENTY-FOUR MORE BLOOD-CHILLING TALES

Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos

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Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos

When H. P. Lovecraft first introduced his macabre universe in the pages of Weird Tales magazine, the response was electrifying. Gifted writers—among them his closest peers—added sinister new elements to the fear-drenched landscape. Here are some of the most famous original stories from the pulp era that played a pivotal role in reflecting the master’s dark vision. FANE OF THE BLACK PHARAOH by Robert Bloch: A man obsessed with unearthing dark secrets succumbs to the lure of the forbidden. BELLS OF HORROR by Henry Kuttner: Infernal chimes ring the promise of dementia and mutilation. THE FIRE OF ASSHURBANIPAL by Robert E. Howard: In the burning Afghan desert, a young American unleashes an ancient curse. THE ABYSS by Robert A. W. Lowndes: A hypnotized man finds himself in an alternate universe, trapped on a high wire between life and death. AND SIXTEEN MORE TALES OF ICY TERROR . . . THE THING ON THE ROOF by Robert E. Howard THE SEVEN GEASES by Clark Ashton Smith THE INVADERS by Henry Kuttner THE THING THAT WALKED ON THE WIND by August Derleth ITHAQUA by August Derleth THE LAIR OF THE STAR-SPAWN by August Derleth & Mark Schorer THE LORD OF ILLUSION by E. Hoffmann Price THE WARDER OF KNOWLEDGE by Richard F. Searight THE SCOURGE OF B’MOTH by Bertram Russell THE HOUSE OF THE WORM by Mearle Prout SPAWN OF THE GREEN ABYSS by C. Hall Thompson THE GUARDIAN OF THE BOOK by Henry Hasse MUSIC OF THE STARS by Duane W. Rimel THE AQUARIUM by Carl Jacobi THE HORROR OUT OF LOVECRAFT by Donald A. Wollheim TO ARKHAM AND THE STARS by Fritz Leiber

Cthulhu 2000

The H.P. Lovecraft editions from Del Rey Books The Best of H.P Lovecraft: BLOODCURDLING TALES OF HORROR AND THE MACABRE The Dream Cycle of H.P. Lovecraft: DREAMS OF TERROR AND DEATH The Transition of H.P. Lovecraft: THE ROAD TO MADNESS ...

Cthulhu 2000

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

Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

The H. P. Lovecraft editions from Del Rey Books The Best of H. P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft: The Road to ...

Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

"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 Horror in the Museum

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The Horror in the Museum

“H. P. Lovecraft has yet to be surpassed as the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale.”—Stephen King Some tales in this collection were inspired by H. P. Lovecraft, others he revised, two he co-authored–but all bear the mark of the master of primordial terror. The Horror in the Museum: Locked up for the night, a man will discover the difference between waxen grotesqueries and the real thing. The Electric Executioner: Aboard a train, a traveler must match wits with a murderous madman. The Trap: This mirror wants a great deal more than your reflection. The Ghost-Eater: In an ancient woodland, the past comes to life with a bone-crunching vengeance. And twenty more stories of unspeakable evil! “Lovecraft’s fiction is one of the cornerstones of modern horror.”—Clive Barker

A Century of Weird Fiction 1832 1937

and David Schultz, An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia (Westport: Greenwood, 2001). ... 'The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath', in The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death (New York: Del Rey, 1995), pp. 106–92.

A Century of Weird Fiction  1832 1937

This book offers a new critical perspective on the weird that combines two ways of looking at weird and cosmic horror. On the one hand, critics have considered weird fiction in relation to aesthetics – the emotional effects and literary form of the weird. On the other hand, recent scholarship has also emphasised the potential philosophical underpinnings and implications of weird fiction, especially in relation to burgeoning philosophical movements such as new materialism and speculative realism. This study bridges the gap between these two approaches, considering the weird from its early outgrowth from the Gothic through to Lovecraft’s stories – a ‘weird century’ from 1832–1937. Combining recent speculative philosophy and affect theory, it argues that weird fiction harnesses the affective power of disgust to provoke a re-examination of subjectival boundaries and the complex entanglement of the human and nonhuman.

Knowing Fear

34. H. P. Lovecraft, The Dream Cycle ofH. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death (New York: Del Rey, 1995), 367. 35. Edmund Wilson, “Tales of the Marvelous and the Ridiculous,” The New Yorker November 24, 1945: 100, 103—04. 36. H. P. ...

Knowing Fear

Tracing the development of horror entertainment since the late 18th century, this study argues that scientific discovery, technological progress, and knowledge in general have played an unparalleled role in influencing the evolution of horror. Throughout its many subgenres (biological horror, cosmic horror and others) and formats (film, literature, comics), horror records humanity's uneasy relationship with its own ability to reason, understand, and learn. The text first outlines a loose framework defining several distinct periods in horror development, then explores each period sequentially by looking at the scientific and cultural background of the period, its expression in horror literature, and its expression in horror visual and performing arts.

The Children of Cthulhu

By H. P. Lovecraft Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre: The Best of H. P. Lovecraft Dreams of Terror and Death: The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft The Road to Madness: The Transition of H. P. Lovecraft Other Lovecraftian ...

The Children of Cthulhu

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 View from the Cheap Seats

First published in 100 Great Detectives. 'Concerning Dreams and Nightmares: The Dream Stories of H. P. Lovecraft' copyright © 1995 by Neil Gaiman. First published in The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death.

The View from the Cheap Seats

The View from the Cheap Seats draws together myriad non-fiction writing by international phenomenon and Sunday Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman. From Make Good Art, the speech that went viral, to pieces on artists and legends including Terry Pratchett and Lou Reed, the collection offers a glimpse into the head and heart of one of the most acclaimed writers of our time. 'If this book came to you during a despairing night, by dawn, you would believe in ideas and hope and humans again' Caitlin Moran 'Literature does not occur in a vacuum. It cannot be a monologue. It has to be a conversation' This collection will draw you in to exchanges on making good art and Syrian refugees, the power of a single word and playing the kazoo with Stephen King, writing about books, comics and the imagination of friends, being sad at the Oscars and telling lies for a living. Here Neil Gaiman opens our minds to the people he admires and the things he believes might just mean something - and welcomes us to the conversation too.

Shaping the North Through Multimodal and Intermedial Interaction

Lovecraft, H. P. (1927/1943). The dream quest of unknown kadath. In The dream cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of terror and death (pp. 106–192). Del Rey, 1995. Meyrowitz, J. (1999). Understandings of Media. Et Cetera, 56(1), 44–52.

Shaping the North Through Multimodal and Intermedial Interaction

This book emphasizes humans interacting and participating in making meaning with multimodal resources and relating experience via intermedial means. The contributors explore diverse ways of mediating work, education, arts, and culture, and ask how interactive participation involves experiences of the north either as a physical setting or a more abstract cultural condition that shapes the activity. The ten chapters engage with topical theoretical debate and put novel methodology to test, providing essential reading for scholars and students in this rich and rapidly developing global field of research.

The Watchers Out of Time

THE H. P. LovECRAFT EDITIONS FROM DEL REY Books Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre: The Best of H. P. Lovecraft Dreams of Terror and Death: The Dreamcycle of H. P. Lovecraft The Road to Madness: The Transition of H. P. ...

The Watchers Out of Time

Venture at your own risk into a realm where the sun sinks into oblivion–and all that is unholy, unearthly, and unspeakable rises. These rare, hard-to-find collaborations of cosmic terror are back in print, including • Wentworth’s Day A fellow figures his debt to a dead man is null and void, until he discovers just how terrifying interest rates can be. • The Shuttered Room A sophisticated gentleman must settle his grandfather’s estate, only to find that the house shelters dark secrets. • The Dark Brotherhood A beautiful woman and her companion meet the likes of Edgar Allan Poe, in a tale as terrifying as anything Poe himself ever created. • Innsmouth Clay A sculptor returns from Paris to create a statue not entirely of this world–and not at all under his control. • Witches’ Hollow A new schoolteacher puts his soul in peril while trying to save one of his students from a ravenous creature.