By H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch, Robert E. Howard, Lin Carter, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Robert M. Price, Brian Sta
This quantity assembles at least forty tales set in H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos.
• “At the Mountains of Madness,” through H. P. Lovecraft
• “The occasions at Poroth Farm,” through T.E.D. Klein
• “The go back of the Sorcerer,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “Worms of the Earth,” by means of Robert E. Howard
• “Envy, the Gardens of Ynath, and the Sin of Cain,” through Darrell Schweitzer
• “Drawn from Life,” by way of John Glasby
• “In the Haunted Darkness,” by way of Michael R. Collings
• “The Innsmouth Heritage,” by means of Brian Stableford
• “The Doom That got here to Innsmouth,” by way of Brian McNaughton
• “The Shadow Over Innsmouth,” via H. P. Lovecraft
• “The anonymous Offspring,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “The Hounds of Tindalos,” through Frank Belknap Long
• “The Faceless God,” by means of Robert Bloch
• “The kids of Burma,” through Stephen Mark Rainey
• “The name of Cthulhu,” through H.P. Lovecraft
• “The outdated One,” by way of John Glasby
• “The Holiness of Azédarac,” through Clark Ashton Smith
• “Those of the Air,” through Darrell Schweitzer and Jason Van Hollander
• “The Graveyard Rats,” via Henry Kuttner
• “Toadface,” via Mark McLaughlin
• “The Whisperer in Darkness,” through H. P. Lovecraft
• “The Eater of Hours,” through Darrell Schweitzer
• “Ubbo-Sathla,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “The Space-Eaters,” through Frank Belknap Long
• “The hearth of Asshurbanipal,” by way of Robert E. Howard
• “Beyond the Wall of Sleep,” by means of H.P. Lovecraft
• “Something within the Moonlight,” by way of Lin Carter
• “The Salem Horror,” via Henry Kuttner
• “Down in Limbo,” via Robert M. Price
• “The Dweller within the Gulf,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “Azathoth,” via H.P. Lovecraft
• “Pickman’s Modem,” through Lawrence Watt-Evans
• “The Hunters from Beyond,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “Ghoulmaster,” by way of Brian McNaughton
• “The Spawn of Dagon,” by way of Henry Kuttner
• “Dark Destroyer,” through Adrian Cole
• “The Dunwich Horror,” via H. P. Lovecraft
• “The darkish Boatman,” by way of John Glasby
• “Dagon and Jill,” by means of John P. McCann
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