““Lothly thinges thai weren alle”: Imagining Horror in the Late Middle Ages”, a newly open-access chapter from the book New Directions in Supernatural Horror Literature: The Critical Influence of H.P. Lovecraft (2018).

Also in academia, I spotted a talk on “The cosmic mythology of Wisconsin”. It’s a talk that’s recently been and gone, but it may be useful to some Tentaclii readers to know that “UW-Whitewater at Rock County English professor John Pruitt” is interested in “Wisconsin author August Derleth”, and not only in terms of his localist / regionalist Wisconsin writings.

Also, the open access journal Kaiak: A Philosophical Journey has its latest issue themed as “Weird”, and this includes one English essay on “The Weird and the Ineffable: H.P. Lovecraft’s Inverted Theology”. Also has other essays in Italian.