Here we are again with a look at some of the more unique and interesting topics from the last month. Give these a look if you missed them the first time around.
An old advertisement for some short stories by Lovecraft and others along with their prices.
A review of The Empty Man as well as an argument for it ranking among the best Lovecraftian flicks.
Dozens of users weigh in on what factors pulled Lovecraft out of obscurity.
Eldritch Pride: The Sad Story of R.H. Barlow by starrywisdomsect.
How did you get into Lovecraft asks one user.
The Eldritch Defense Force continues fighting the good fight.
On a personal note, I'd like to repeat a suggestion from last month, Lord of the Mysteries. It's not strictly a Lovecraftian story but there's a lot there for a fan of Lovecraft to enjoy. If you need more convincing, here's a relatively broad spoiler (I wouldn't want to know this before going in myself but different strokes): The story's inspiration effectively takes the Cthulhu myth, “When the stars are right", R'lyeh will rise from beneath the sea, and Cthulhu will awaken and wreak havoc on the earth.” and proposes that the stars have already been right at some point in time.
Finally another repeat suggestion to try out the audio drama podcast Malevolent.
Reviews of 4 games based on The King in Yellow: The King in Yellow — The Four Kings