H. P. Lovecraft Fans are Gathering on Facebook, 24 Hours Per Day!

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If you are a fan of H. P. Lovecraft (A Lovecraftian!), and you haven’t yet joined all of the Lovecraftian fun on Facebook, you are missing out on one of the greatest online multi-room Fan Conventions and Parties ever!

Whatever your area of Lovecraftian Fan interest is, there’s a group, or several groups, on Facebook, just waiting for you to join in.

You don’t have to do anything, post anything, write anything, if you would prefer to just look around and watch; but you just might find that all of the things you’ll read, see, hear, and discover, will open your eyes and mind to Lovecraftian experiences, things, and especially people, from all over the world, that you wouldn’t have discovered any other way.

Here’s an alphabetical list of sixty-one of the Lovecraftian groups on Facebook that might appeal to you, along with direct links to them in case they…

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The Secret of Ventriloquism

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Christopher Slatsky

THE SECRET OF VENTRILOQUISM offers up nine nightmarish tales that touch upon body horror, philosophical terror, the mystery of puppets, and an accumulation of dread that at times threatens to become all consuming. Each tale is connected in what feels more like a shared nightmare than geographical shared-world, overlapping and referencing places and names and incidents, accentuating the sensation that the reader is being yanked down into a chasm of the author’s design. The whole effect is one of a sleeper unable to wake from encroaching nightmares. What an astonishingly exciting debut.

The limited edition hardback with gorgeous Dave Felton art is sold out, but the trade paperback can be pre-ordered from Dunhams Manor Press, and the volume should also be available via Amazon by the end of the month.


Introduction by Matt Cardin

The Mindfulness of Horror Practice

Murmurs of a Voice Foreknown

The Indoor Swamp

Origami Dreams


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Every Friday afternoon we had technical drawing in the apprentice school class room, I liked technical drawing and got through my work very quickly, Rob Dixon and Johnny Diack were not the sharpest tools in the box and struggled with even the most basic diagrams so I did their work  as well.

That was one skill that British engineering gave me which came in handy one evening when I was given a task of contributing something to the SP3 cause, the factory was now a distant memory, erased from my mind, I was on the dole and life was dominated by our personal psychedelic suburban voyage  into inner space.

We was Psychedelic, no doubt about it, late night mushroom romp’s, cinema on Acid,dope in the morning , dope in the evening , the only problem I had when I was faced with making this contribution to the SP3 cause was…

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Vendetta Magazine: Spacemen 3 edition

Rock 'n' Roll Runner

Spacemen 3 rate as one of my all-time favorite bands and though I never did an interview with the group during their 1986-1991 heyday, I was able to secure interviews with the two founding members Sonic Boom and Jason Pierce later on in their careers when Sonic went on to form Spectrum along with other side projects and Jason formed Spiritualized.

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While I had seen Sonic perform with Spectrum and E.A.R. a few times in the ’90s, it wasn’t until 2002 that I got to spend some time with him. The following interview took place in 2002 in Los Angeles in the back garden of painter Anthony Ausgang’s house. We hung out and drank cups of tea in the hot California sun, while Sonic smoked countless hand-rolled cigarettes, and I let the recorder roll. This interview is more or less a full-on discussion about the legacy of Spacemen 3 as Sonic…

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I love taking portraits more than any other kind of photograph. These pictures were taken in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and China over the last four years.

Source: Portraits

Best Read by Candlelight: A Review of The Lord Came at Twilight by Daniel Mills

Muzzleland Press

Published by Dark Renaissance Books

Review by Michael Bryant

The wind howls through the skeletal branches of the forest outside my house, as light of the flame throbs yellow on the paper. My eyes slide over the words on the page.

“In that lonely hollow, the oak tree broods as it has done since days of Eden, feasting on the dreaming dead, alight with autumn’s fire.”

Reading at my desk, the candle flame feebly pushing away the darkness, I feel my heart pulse and the bleakness of the winter night creep into my bones.

From author Daniel Mills comes a sampling of antiquarian New England horror. Mills serves up a melancholic brew of tragic characters, oppressive atmosphere, and the abysmal fear of the unknown beyond. He is the satyr leading us through the phantasmic history of the spectral wilderness, and bewitched urban landscapes of North Atlantic America. Melding pagan traditions…

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Write about your strongest memory of heart-pounding belly-twisting nervousness: what caused the adrenaline? Was it justified? How did you respond?