Innsmouth Free Press interviews Jason Voss, one of the concept artists on The Whisperer in Darkness.
Very fab full-functional iMac for sale on Etsy for $3,000. Definitively one for the Lovecraftian author…
Four new Lovecraft letters discovered and currently for sale on eBay with full transcriptions…
“Regarding copyrights – I never bothered with such things. The chances of pirating are really very remote & when a piece is professionally published, the magazine holds the copyrights [for the] “First North American Serial Rights Only.” This means that you are selling only the first printing. If an anthology copies the piece or if the magazine decides to reprint it, more pay is due you — though re-sale prices seldom equal those for a first printing. Re-sales sometimes (illegible) up quite impressively — my “Erich Zann”, for instance has been used six times in America and England. ” — letter to the young Robert Nelson, 16th January 1935.
Preview of the poster for the 2012 HPL Film Festival…
A comprehensive survey of low-cost 3D models available for your classic “brain in the jar” scene, as seen in many a mad scientist lab.
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath graphic novel is available and shipping now. A $50 bundle for the hardback edition also gets you a 24″ x 36″ roll-tube full-colour poster of the Dreamlands.
Now in stock and shipping. A collection of stories Lovecraft is known to have especially admired, presented as a $50 limited-edition hardback…
Introduction by S.T. Joshi
Idle Days on the Yann by Lord Dunsany
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Man Who Went Too Far by E.F. Benson
The Mark of the Beast by Rudyard Kipling
The Sin-Eater by Fiona Macleod
The House of Sounds by M.P. Shiel
The Phantom Farmhouse by Seabury Quinn
One of Cleopatra’s Nights by Theophile Gautier
The Stranger from Kurdistan by E. Hoffmann Price
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar by Edgar Allan Poe
Novel of the White Powder by Arthur Machen
The Dead Smile by F. Marion Crawford
The Ghost of Fear by H.G. Wells
Lukundoo by Edward Lucas White
Bells of Oceana by Arthur J. Burks
The Wind in the Portico by John Buchan
[ Hat-tip: R.E.H.: two-gun raconteur ]
With publishers on the lookout for SF again, the anthology Future Lovecraft has been picked up for reprinting with a view to major bookstore distribution…
Future Lovecraft Will Return… as a trade paperback. Future Lovecraft, originally published by Innsmouth Free Press and edited by me and Paula R. Stiles, is being reprinted by Prime Books. It will be available August 2012 in all sales channels. What does this mean? Brick-and-mortar sales. You’ll be able to walk into your Barnes & Noble or favourite indie store and pick a copy.
It’s already listed for pre-order on Amazon UK, which would seem to show that Prime is a publisher with some savvy. You can also currently get a Kindle edition for a bargain £2.49 in the UK.
News in from Wilum Pugmire, who had it from S.T. Joshi…
“I Am Providence is coming out in a trade paperback edition, probably late this year.”
Tentacles Lamp at Get Bent Metal…