Longtime readers will know that I’m a big fan of the works of HP Lovecraft. And every once in a while it’s nice to do an eldritch, namelessly horrific take on your typical Friday Fun.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve read all of Lovecraft’s original fiction (though not all the collaboration and ghost-written works) and even a fair bit of Lovecraftian or Cthulhuvian themed works by other writers.

But there’s always more Mythos works being written and older works I’ve not tracked down yet. Blastr has been kind enough to recommend a bunch, many of which I’ve not seen or heard of and maybe you haven’t either.

And so: 15 Lovecraftian stories to read once you’ve read all of Lovecraft.

(Some are short stories, so I link to a collection or anthology where they are available.)


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