H. P. LOVECRAFT is one of the seminal horror authors of the twentieth century. He wrote more than one hundred stories, and achieved popular acclaim in such publications as Astounding Stories and Weird Tales. Though he died in 1937, the small press publisher Arkham House was established in 1939 to preserve Lovecraft's works for future generations
"One of the greatest short novels in American literature, and a key
text in my own understanding of what that literature can do."
"Lovecraft's fiction is one of the cornerstones of modern horror."