Forever Azathoth: Parodies and Pastiches

Hippocampus Press:
New York: 2012
Trade paperback, New,
268 pp.
Cover artwork by: Jason C. Eckhardt

I like what Richard Lupoff has to say about this book: “The stories in Forever Azathoth all qualify as Lovecraftian metafiction, ranging from parody to pastiche to homage. Cannon adds spice to this stew by calling in elements from authors as disparate as William Faulkner and James Herriot. The most surprising and surprisingly successful combination is Cannon's importation of P.G. Wodehouse's air-headed Bertie Wooster and Bertie's ‘gentleman's gentleman,’ the unflappable Reginald Jeeves, into the world of Lovecraftian weirdness.” This is a print-on-demand title. #48379

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