The Starry Wisdom (Starry Wisdom #1)

The Starry Wisdom (Starry Wisdom #1)

Fiction. Science Fiction and Fantasy. Graphic Novel. Contemporary visions of cosmic transformation, mutation and madness--many inspired directly by the life and writings of H.P. Lovecraft, others reflecting his strangely presentient themes in their own bizarre subtexts. Here the primal beings of Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos stalk a postmodern landscape of social collapse, et Fiction. Science Fiction and Fantasy. Graphic Novel. Contemporary visions of cosmic transformation, mutation and madness-...

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Title:The Starry Wisdom (Starry Wisdom #1)
Author:D.M. Mitchell
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute To H. P. Lovecraft
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:221 pages pages

The Starry Wisdom (Starry Wisdom #1) Reviews

  • Owen
    Nov 01, 2007

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Dave Sticher
    Apr 23, 2014

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

  • Anton
    Oct 20, 2007

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Philip
    Oct 31, 2007

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

  • Chris
    Nov 12, 2008

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Quentin
    Jan 27, 2008

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

  • Sam
    Jul 17, 2008

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Michael
    Apr 20, 2009

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Dan
    Jun 15, 2009

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

  • Bill
    Jan 10, 2010

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

  • Jason
    Mar 29, 2010

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Fugo Feedback
    Mar 09, 2010

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

  • Emma
    Sep 07, 2011

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Matt Castine
    Mar 28, 2011

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Brendan
    Jul 28, 2018

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

  • Dan Nash
    Dec 13, 2012

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Illuminatidred
    Aug 01, 2011

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • J K
    Nov 01, 2012

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

  • Michael
    Sep 03, 2012

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Mikael
    Jan 12, 2013

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Seth King
    Jul 07, 2013

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Dave Higgins
    Aug 12, 2014

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Michelle Wu
    Jan 16, 2016

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

  • Bookwyrm
    May 01, 2014

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Enrico
    Mar 02, 2014

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • Valis Umbra
    Dec 09, 2015

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

  • Morgana Blackrose
    Apr 05, 2015

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

  • Madeleine Obrien
    Jun 02, 2015

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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  • James Bowman
    Sep 04, 2015

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

  • Andrew Fernie
    Jun 05, 2018

    Oh man, this book is one of the most 90s things I've ever read. In a good way. Does a great job of steering away from the usual Lovecraftian cliches. The Michael Gira section was probably my favorite. ...

    Freaky book, cool and bizarre artwork- some of the stories not th ebest, but gets top stars for atmosphere and execution. ...

    I bought this book in the mid-90's when I saw it in Forbidden Planet in London, primarily because it had a Lovecraft-inspired short story by Alan Moore and I was a fan of both of them. That story, 'The Courtyard', is by far the best in the collection and more than justifies buying th...

    This anthology, overall, is IMHO quite horrible. There are so many disgusting sexual references and appearances of excrement that one wonders if it was a requirement for the stories' acceptance for the book... In particular, "Walpurgisnachtmusik" brings to mind the ludicrous over-use o...

    A varied assortment of recent (not new) Lovecraftian fiction and essays. When its good its very good. Some of the creepiest wordsmithing I've read. Almost Poe-etic with its cosmic horrifiicness. Some stories didn't do it for me though. Overall the wheat is worth the chaff. Nice illustr...

    Not many comments on here. Thats because whats in this one really is indescribable. If you hold this book in your hands... BURN THIS AT ONCE! No, not really. What a waste of a well-written if oddly and transgressively occult collection of works. Its something akin to Aleister Crow...

    Brain-expanding, if over pretentious in many cases. But the good stories are worth a look, and the imagery is impressive and often gloriously repellant throughout. If you can find it, this is a worthwhile read for any Lovecraft fan after something more challenging to get their claws in...

    Stories by Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, William S. Burroughs, Michael Gira of the Swans, and many many others. It's probably the sickest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories I've read, and it's great. ...

    A very mixed bag, from pretentious garbage to the sublime. The graphic novel version of the 'Call of Cthulhu', the book's centrepiece, is worth the cover price alone, though. ...

    couple of good ones but mostly r/NoSleep ...

    This is a great tribute collection, teetering on the edge between classical tributes written entirely in the vein of Lovecraft, and experimental prose that carries on Lovecraft?s mythos into bold new entryways. Lots of great stuff in here. ...

    Libro que evidentemente puse como to-read porque sale Moore en la lista de autores. Después habrá que ver qué tiene y si alguna vez se editó en castellano, que es lo que suelo hacer. ...

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