Through Dark Angles: Works Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft. Don Webb.

Through Dark Angles: Works Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft

Hippocampus Press:
New York: 2014
Trade paperback, Near Fine,
249 pp.
Cover artwork by: Fergal Fitzpatrick

“For nearly thirty years, Don Webb has been writing tales and poems that fuse the essence of H. P. Lovecraft’s cosmic vision with his own unique and idiosyncratic view of life and the universe. In this volume, which selects the best of Webb’s Lovecraftian writing, we find such distinctive stories as ‘The Man Who Scared Lovecraft’ (about an obscure pulp writer whose work Lovecraft may or may not have revised, with baleful results), ‘The Megalith Plague’ (about bizarre goings-on in a remote Texas locale), ‘The Doom That Came to Devil’s Reef’ (in which a little-known cousin of Lovecraft suffers a hideous fate), and ‘Casting Call’ (about strange doings on the set of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery TV show). The twenty other works in this book, in both prose and verse, vivify the Lovecraftian universe with the terror, perversity, and black humor born of Webb’s fertile and perverse imagination.” This is a print-on-demand title. #54271

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