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The H. P. Lovecast Podcast is hosted by Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak and is devoted to discussing the derivative works of H. P. Lovecraft, such as successor authors, comics, and so on. H. P. Lovecast is published three times a month, with the primary episode on the second Sunday, the supplemental Fragments episode on the fourth Sunday, and the Transmissions episode on the final day of the month.
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In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the one shot comic book, Lady Lovecraft, written by Mike Shea with art by Rob Wilkinson.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Lady Lovecraft LinksKickstarterMike SheaMiskatonic High FacebookMiskatonic High InstagramMiskatonic High TwitterMiskatonic High WebsiteRob WikinsonInstagramMarco's Tattoo websiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of G. A. Lungaro. He can be found on Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, and at his website. Our interview with Lungaro can be found on Transmissions episode 3.Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview James Chambers, Carol Gyzander, and Meghan Arcuri about Under Twin Suns.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license) Links to Buy Under Twin SunsHippocampus Press (Publisher)AmazonLinks to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in YellowAmazonBookshopJames ChambersAmazonTwitterWebsiteCarol GyzanderAmazonInstagramTwitterWebsiteMeghan ArcuriAmazonTwitterWebsiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Amanda Desiree, author of Smithy. She can be found at her website and Amazon.Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the graphic novel adaptation of Robert W. Chambers' The King in Yellow done by I. N. J. Culbard and published by SelfMadeHero.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Links to Buy The King in YellowAmazonSelfMadeHero Product PageLinks to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in YellowAmazonBookshopBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Ian Welke. He can be found on Amazon, Twitter, and his website. Misc. and Referenced LinksInterview with Ian WelkeHP Lovecast Episode on Welke's End Times at Ridgemont HighInterview with Lee MurrayHP Lovecast Episode on Vinegar TeethBurial Plot interview with Michele and NicholasSupport HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss two short stories from Under Twin Suns: Alternate Histories of the Yellow Sign edited by James Chambers and published by Hippocampus Press: "The Yellow Crown" by Carol Gyzander and "Found and Lost" by Meghan Arcuri. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Links to Buy Under Twin SunsHippocampus Press (Publisher)AmazonLinks to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in YellowAmazonBookshopCarol GyzanderAmazonInstagramTwitterWebsiteMeghan ArcuriAmazonTwitterWebsiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Angela Sylvaine. She can be found on Amazon, Twitter, and her website. We had the honor to interview Angela on our third Transmissions episode, which can be listened to at our Buzzsprout website or on your podcast app of preference. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview S. T. Lakata about his book Imagining Rachel and J. H. Moncrieff about her novel Shadow of the Sasquatch. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license) S. T. Lakata's LinksAmazonTwitterWebsiteJ. H. Moncrieff's LinksAmazonFacebookTwitterWebsiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of G. A. Lungaro. He can be found on Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, and at his website. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the 1983 Michael Mann film, The Keep, which is an adaptation of F. Paul Wilson's novel of the same name.Episode written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas DiakEpisode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Amazon Prime Video page for The Keep can be found here. BumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Howard David Ingham. You can find him at his website, Room 207 Press, Twitter, and purchase books via Amazon.You can check out our interview with Howard David Ingham in Transmissions episode 1.Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss two short stories from Cthulhu 2000: "The Barrens" by F. Paul Wilson and "The Faces at Pine Dunes" by Ramsey Campbell. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)F. Paul WilsonAmazon Author PageFacebookTwitterWebsiteRamsey CampbellAmazon Author PageFacebookTwitterWebsiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of S. T. Joshi. He can be found at his website, http://stjoshi.org.Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview G. A. Lungaro about his comic book Isidora #2, Angela Sylvaine about her debut novella Chopping Spree, and Rhonda Jackson Joseph about her essay “The Beloved Haunting of Hill House: An Examination of Monstrous Motherhood” in The Streaming of Hill House: Essays on the Haunting Netflix Adaption. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license) G. A Lungaro's LinksAmazon Author PageWebsiteTwitter #1Twitter #2YouTube Channel (The Grey Council)Isidora #2 KickstarterAngela Sylvaine's LinksAmazon Author PageFacebookInstagramTwitterWebsiteNicholas Diak's write up on Chopping SpreeRhonda Jackson Joseph's LinksAmazon Author PageFacebookTwitterWebsiteBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Amy Grech. She can be found on Twitter and Amazon. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the 1959 Italian sci-fi/horror film, Caltiki, The Immortal Monster.Episode written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas DiakEpisode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)BumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Candace Robinson. She can be found on Amazon, Twitter, and at her website. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the comic series Vinegar Teeth by Troy Nixey and Damon Gentry and published by Dark Horse. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Links to Purchase Vinegar TeethAmazonBarnes and Nobleor via your favorite Comic Book storeBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of  Nick Mamatas. He can be found on Twitter. While he has an Amazon author page, it is best to order his books via Books Inc. (because he can also autograph them). HP Lovecast interview with Nick MamatasHP Lovecast episode about Wonder and Glory ForeverSupport HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview Amy Grech about her short story "Cold Comfort" from the anthology The One That Got Away : Women of Horror Anthology Vol. 3, and Catherine McCarthy about her short story collection Mists and Megaliths. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license) Amy Grech's LinksAmazon Author PageTwitterWebsiteCatherine McCarthy's LinksTwitterWebsiteAmazon Product Page for Mists and MegalithsBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Oliver Baer. He can be found at his Amazon Page, Facebook, and his website. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss Eric C. Higgs' short story "Blood of the Kapu Tiki" from The Valancourt Book of Horror Stories Vol 3. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Links to Purchase The Valancourt Book of Horror Stories Vol 3.:AmazonPublisher's Product PageBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Ian Welke. He can be found at his website, his Amazon author page, and on Twitter. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In the debut episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview Candace Robinson about Clouded By Envy (Laith Book 1) and Howard David Ingham about Cult Cinema: A Personal Exploration of Sects, Brainwashing and Bad Religion in Film and Television.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Candace Robinson's LinksAmazon author pageFacebook groupTwitterWebsiteHoward David Ingham LinksTwitterWebsite (Room 207 Press)BumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Brian W. Matthews. He can be found on Twitter, Goodreads, and at his Amazon author page. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss Andrew Patterson's 2019 film The Vast of Night starring Sierra McCormick and Jake Horowitz.Episode written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas DiakEpisode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)The Vast of Night LinksThe Vast of Night product page at AmazonTwitterBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Jason Parent. He can be found on Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, and his website. Additional Jason Parent content:HP Lovecast Interview with Jason ParentHP Lovecast review of Jason Parent's Eight CylindersSupport HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of H.P.  Lovecast Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak talk about the one year milestone of the resurrected H. P. Lovecast Podcast episode, accomplishments, and share news and goals to come. In addition they discuss William Meikle's "Dagon Rising" from Crystal Lake Publishing. Written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas DiakEpisode Edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Links to purchase "Dagon Rising"Crystal Lake PublishingAmazonWilliam Meikle's Links:WebsiteTwitterMisc.HP Lovecast Ep 22: Heroes Of Red Hook (Meikle, Yardley, Pugmire)BumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Lee Murray. She can be found at her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon. If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss William Eubank's 2020 film Underwater starring Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, Jessica Henwick, John Gallagher Jr., Mamoudou Athie, and T.J. Miller.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)BumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Gaby Triana. She can be found at her website, Twitter, YouTube, and her Amazon author page. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss "The House on Curwen Street" and "The Watcher from the Sky" both from August Derleth's The Trail of Cthulhu.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)The Trail of Cthulhu is OOP. However, this version may be purchased at:AmazonBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Robert P. Ottone. He can be found on Instagram, his website, and his books can be found at Amazon. Support HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990sOr consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 
In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss three short stories from Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2: "Dead End Town" by Lee Murray, "The Island in the Swamp" by J. Scherpenhuizen, and "Depth Lurker" by Geoff Brown. Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Cthulhu Deep Down Under Vol 2 can be purchased at:AmazonLee Murray's Links:Amazon author pageWebsiteFacebook author pageJ. Scherpenhuizen's LinksAmazon author pageWebsiteTwitterGeoff BrownWebsiteAmazon author pageTwitterBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Sara Tantlinger. She can be found at her website and her Amazon page is here. Misc./Supplemental InfoScholars from the Edge of Time interview with Lee MurrayInterview with Lee Murray about Into the Mist at Fanbase PressInterview with Lee Murray on HP Lovecast PodcastSupport HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s
In this episode of HP Lovecast Presents: Fragments, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview  Lee Murray about her first short story collection, Grotesque: Monster Stories, and the newest collection she has co-edited, Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women.Episode edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)Grotesque: Monster Stories can be purchased at:AmazonBlack Cranes can be purchased at:AmazonOmnium GatherumOther Lee Murray texts mentioned/alluded to in this episode:Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 2Into the Darkness: A Taine McKenna Adventure"Losing Face" from Tales of the Lost Volume 1: We all Lose Something! Lee Murray's Links:Amazon author pageWebsiteFacebook author pageBumperThis episode's bumper is courtesy of Meghan Arcuri. She can be found at her website or at Amazon.  Misc./Supplemental InfoScholars from the Edge of Time interview with Lee MurrayInterview with Lee Murray about Into the Mist at Fanbase PressSupport HP Lovecast PodcastIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s
In this episode of HP Lovecast Presents: Fragments, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview  Jason Parent about his new novella, Eight Cylinders, from Crystal Lake Publishing.Episode Edited by: Michele BrittanyIntro and Outro music: "Attack The Barbarian (Streets Of Rage Cover)" by Lance Korr, used under Creative Commons license from Archive.org. Eight Cylinders can be purchased at:Crystal Lake PublishingBooks Inc.AmazonJason Parent's Links:WebsiteTwitterFacebookMisc.Nicholas Diak's review of Eight CylindersHP Lovecast Podcast review/discussion of Eight CylindersScholars from the Edge of Time interview with Lee MurrayScholars from the Edge of Time interview with Dan RabartsIf you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical EssaysHorror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film SubgenreJames Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional SuperspyThe New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s
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