Crafting Cthuloid Crochet

Here are some links that I thought you might find interesting...

This section may be especially useful to anyone slightly confused about this whole Cthulhu thing...

For the modern authors I have linked to their blogs rather than Wikipedia or similar, as doing it this way appeals to me more as I write this...

Lovecraft-inspired short stories:

I Cthulhu by Neil Gaiman

A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman

Down on the Farm by Charles Stross (also available as a podcast read by the author)

Overtime by Charles Stross (also available as a podcast read by the author)

The Concrete Jungle by Charles Stross decided in 2009 that December Belongs to Cthulhu and therefore has a number of short stories by various contemporary authors available. 

Original H.P. Lovecraft stories:

H. P. Lovecraft information can, of course, be found on Wikipedia

The Shunned House is available from Project Gutenberg (in a wide variety of electronic formats)

The Call of Cthulhu (along with The Shadow over Innsmouth and The Colour Out of Space and just about everything else he wrote ) is available in electronic format from The H. P. Lovecraft Archive

An alternate source for many of these HPL stories can be found at Dagon Bytes, which also has sites focusing on other horror (such as Goth Radio - a small selection of rather goth sounds).


I've found a number of Lovecraft inspired webcomics / illustrated novels published on the web, so I thought I might share them with you... As they get updated I will not have read them all, and anyway, I take no responsibility whatsoever for their content or the state of your sanity upon interacting with them!

Lovecraft is Missing by Larry Latham: start reading at the beginning... 

The Watcher of Yaathagggu by Robyn Seale: start reading at the beginning...

Also, check out the Unspeakable Vault (of Doom) by F. Launet / Goomi: it starts here...

Other short stories:

I'll put things in this section when I think of them?

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