The Cthulhu Mythos Encylopedia: A Guide to H. P. Lovecraft's Universe, 3rd edition
By Daniel Harms
The third edition of this popular and extensive encyclopedia of the Cthulhu Mythos‚ updated with more fiction listings and recent material‚ this unique book spans the years of H. P. Lovecraft's influence in culture, entertainment, and fiction. The expansive entries make this reference invaluable for anyone knowledgeable about the Cthulhu Mythos and a much-needed resource for those longing to learn about the cosmic horrors from past and present decades.
This is the third edition of Daniel Harms' popular encylopedia of the Cthulhu Mythos. Over the years, this tome has become a favorite of readers, writers, collectors, and scholars of H. P. Lovecraft's writings, and countless other writers who have built upon his foundations. It is a valuable resource and an excellent guide to eldritch literature.
What is the Cthulhu Mythos?
H. P. Lovecraft is the author and imagination behind one of the world's most popular creations: Cthulhu. SInce the 1920s, H. P. Lovecraft's writing has influenced the imaginations of countless people. His original works have produced a branch of literature ever expandng and still as powerful and inventive today as when the original tale "Call of Chtulhu" was penned. What started as a story has befome a part of popular culture.
Dan Harms is the author of several nonfiction articles on a variety of historical, occult, and esoteric topics, as well as several books, including The Necronomicon Files.