Titan of terror: the dark imagination of H.P. Lovecraft - Silvia Moreno-García
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The most noted biography on Lovecraft is I Am Providence by S.T. Joshi.
The Lovecraftian Science blog looks at the scientific elements in Lovecraft’s stories, from astronomy to biology.
There are many essays about Lovecraft’s work and its place in literature like this one, this one, and this one.
Check out the educator’s own thesis, titled “Magna Mater : women and eugenic thought in the work of H.P. Lovecraft,” available here.
Bobby Derie, author of the scholarly Sex and the Cthulhu Mythos, also maintains a blog examining Lovecraftian stories with a focus on the themes of sex, gender and race.
The Lovecraft Re-read is a sprawling series of posts by two modern Lovecraft Mythos writers who discuss a wide variety of stories inspired by Lovecraft’s fiction.
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