The Works of H.P. Lovecraft: Text, Audio and Now Graphic Novel

If you ask Stephen King, he’ll tell you that H.P. Love­craft was “the twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry’s great­est prac­ti­tion­er of the clas­sic hor­ror tale.” And Joyce Car­ol Oates will read­i­ly admit that Love­craft had “an incal­cu­la­ble influ­ence on suc­ceed­ing gen­er­a­tions of writ­ers of hor­ror fic­tion.” In these mod­ern times, you can revis­it Love­craft’s clas­sic hor­ror tales by down­load­ing his works in text or audio. (See below.) Or, you can revis­it his cos­mic hor­ror tales by pick­ing up The Love­craft Anthol­o­gy, a new graph­ic nov­el series that brings Love­craft’s writ­ings to “vivid and malev­o­lent life.” The video above gives you a pre­view of what the series has to offer. It fea­tures an ani­ma­tion of “The Call of Cthul­hu,” Love­craft’s famous pulp sto­ry from 1926.

Texts (from our col­lec­tion of Free eBooks)

  • Books by Love­craft sort­ed by title — Web

Audio (from our col­lec­tion of Free Audio Books)

The Col­lect­ed Pub­lic Domain Works of H. P. Love­craft – Free Stream

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