||The Lovecraft Archive, Donovan Loucks' compendious assortment of information on many aspects of H. P. Lovecraft's life and art.
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||Cthulhu Fhtagn!, a multiple massive online, browser-based role playing game.
- Reader's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos
E. P. Berglund's massive bibliography project, plus many useful links to Mythos material elsewhere on the Web.
- The Road to Great Cthulhu
A huge collection of online texts of the various classic authors and stories that H. P. Lovecraft cited in his groundbreaking study, Supernatural Horror in Literature. This is an indispensible resource if you are interested in Lovecraft's influences, especially if you don't have the money or time to track them down in published editions.
- The Necronomicon Files
Resources related to the Necronomicon by Daniel Harms and J. Wisdom Gonce III, authors of the definitive study.
- Scriptorium - H. P.
An excellent article by Lovecraft biographer S. T. Joshi at a site that features
experimental twentieth-century writers.
- Wikisource: H. P. Lovecraft
Online texts of most of HPL's fiction, as well as a few essays, letters, and poems. Together with some information about the copyright status of his work: most of it appears to be in the public domain.
Collection of articles related to possible lost civilizations of antiquity.
Includes an interesting article on Lovecraft: Atheism's
- NetherReal Horror Cyberzine
Includes original fiction as well as a Mythos lexicon and chronology.
- The Lair of the Mythos Haiku
Japanese-style poetry about Cthulhu &c. A shocking example of cultural
- Lovecraftian's Community Site
A Japanese-language site including forums, art room, and myth dictionary. English speakers, click "English Here (Auto Translation)" on the home page.
A French-language site, lovingly dedicated to Lovecraft's haunted, decaying seaport town of Innsmouth. Featuring articles, reviews and artwork.
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