By H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch, Robert E. Howard, Lin Carter, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Robert M. Price, Brian Stableford, Henry Kuttner, T. E. D. Klein, Mark McLaughlin, Brian McNaughton, Darrell Schweitzer, Michael R. Collings, Frank Belkn
This quantity assembles at the least forty tales set in H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos.
• “At the Mountains of Madness,” through H. P. Lovecraft
• “The occasions at Poroth Farm,” via T.E.D. Klein
• “The go back of the Sorcerer,” via Clark Ashton Smith
• “Worms of the Earth,” by means of Robert E. Howard
• “Envy, the Gardens of Ynath, and the Sin of Cain,” through Darrell Schweitzer
• “Drawn from Life,” by way of John Glasby
• “In the Haunted Darkness,” via Michael R. Collings
• “The Innsmouth Heritage,” through Brian Stableford
• “The Doom That got here to Innsmouth,” via Brian McNaughton
• “The Shadow Over Innsmouth,” by means of H. P. Lovecraft
• “The anonymous Offspring,” by means of Clark Ashton Smith
• “The Hounds of Tindalos,” through Frank Belknap Long
• “The Faceless God,” via Robert Bloch
• “The youngsters of Burma,” through Stephen Mark Rainey
• “The name of Cthulhu,” by way of H.P. Lovecraft
• “The previous One,” via John Glasby
• “The Holiness of Azédarac,” via Clark Ashton Smith
• “Those of the Air,” via Darrell Schweitzer and Jason Van Hollander
• “The Graveyard Rats,” by means of Henry Kuttner
• “Toadface,” through Mark McLaughlin
• “The Whisperer in Darkness,” by means of H. P. Lovecraft
• “The Eater of Hours,” by means of Darrell Schweitzer
• “Ubbo-Sathla,” by way of Clark Ashton Smith
• “The Space-Eaters,” by means of Frank Belknap Long
• “The hearth of Asshurbanipal,” by means of Robert E. Howard
• “Beyond the Wall of Sleep,” by means of H.P. Lovecraft
• “Something within the Moonlight,” by means of Lin Carter
• “The Salem Horror,” by way of Henry Kuttner
• “Down in Limbo,” by way of Robert M. Price
• “The Dweller within the Gulf,” through Clark Ashton Smith
• “Azathoth,” by means of H.P. Lovecraft
• “Pickman’s Modem,” by means of Lawrence Watt-Evans
• “The Hunters from Beyond,” through Clark Ashton Smith
• “Ghoulmaster,” via Brian McNaughton
• “The Spawn of Dagon,” by means of Henry Kuttner
• “Dark Destroyer,” via Adrian Cole
• “The Dunwich Horror,” by means of H. P. Lovecraft
• “The darkish Boatman,” through John Glasby
• “Dagon and Jill,” via John P. McCann
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