Howard Phillips Lovecraft

(1890-1937)

Internet Resources:

The H.P. Lovecraft Archive

General Studies


AGUSTIN, Eduardo García. “Travelling into the Shadow of Innsmouth.” B. A. S.: British and American Studies/Revista de Studii Britanice si Americane 10 (2004): 25-30.
AIRAKSINEN, Timo. The Philosophy of H.P. Lovecraft: The Route to Horror. New York: Peter Lang, 1999.
BEHEREC, Marc A. “The Devil, the Terror, and the Horror: The Whateley Twins’ Further Debts to Folklore and Fiction.” Lovecraft Studies 44 (2004): 23-25.
BILLY, André. “Lovecraft: Edgar Poe du XXe siè-cle.” Figaro Littéraire (October 28, 1961): 4. [GGI: 1759].
BLACKE, Ian. “Lovecraft and the Dark Grail.” [GG-II: 1007].
BLOCH, Robert. Introduction. The Best of H.P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre. [GGII: 1008].
BLOOM, Clive. “Lovecraft, H(oward) P(hillips) (1890-1937).” The Handbook to Gothic Literature, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 149-51. [GGIII: 4142]
BLOOM, Clive. “The Revolting Graveyard of the Universe: The Horror Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New york: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 59-72. [GGII: 1009].
BOLTON, K. R. "The Influence of H. P. Lovecraft on Occultism." Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 9 (2011)
BRADLEY, Will. “H.P. Lovecraft and the Semiotic Kantian Sublime.” Extrapolation 43 (2002): 7-21. Applies Kant’s ideas on the sublime to Lovecraft’s works. [GGIII: 4143].
BUHLE, Paul. ‘Dystopia as Utopia: Howard Phillips Lovecraft and the Unknown Content of American Horror Literature.” Minnesota Review 6 (1979): 118-131. [GGI: 1761].
BURLESON, Donald R. “‘The Terrible Old Man’: A Deconstruction.” Lovecraft Studies 6.2 (1987): 65-68. [GGII: 1013].
BURLESON, Donald R. “H.P. Lovecraft.” Supernatural Fiction Writers. Ed. E.F. Bleiler. Ne York: Charles Scribner's, 1985, II. 853-859. [GGII: 1011].
BURLESON, Donald R. “Humor Beneath Horror: Some Sources for ‘The Dunwich Horror’ and ‘The Whisperer in Darkness.’” Lovecraft Studies 1.2 (1980): 5-15. [GGI: 1762].
BURLESON, Donald R. “Lovecraft and the World as Cryptogram.” Lovecraft Studies 7.1 (1988): 14-18 [GGII: 1014].
BURLESON, Donald R. “Lovecraft on Chiasmus/Chiasmus and Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 5.2 (1986): 72-75, 80. [GGII: 1012].
BURLESON, Donald R. “Lovecraft’s ‘The Unknown A Sort of Runic Rhyme.” Lovecraft Studies 26 (1992): 19-21. [GGII: 1016].
BURLESON, Donald R. “Lovecraft: Disturbing the Universe.” Lovecraft: Disturbing the Universe. Lexington, KY: Kentucky UP, 1990. [GGII: 1015].
BURLESON, Donald R. H.P. Lovecraft: A Critical Study. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1983. [GGII: 1010].
BURLESON, Mollie L. “Lovecraft and Charles Dickens: The Rats in Their Walls.” Lovecraft Studies 38 (1998): 34-35. [GGIII: 4153]
CAMPBELL, James. “Cosmic Indifferentism in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” American Supernatural Fiction: From Edith Wharton to the Weird Tales Writers. New York: Garland Studies in Nineteenth Century American Literature Number 6; Garland Publishing, 1996. 217-37. [GGIII: 4154]
CANNON, Peter. H.P. Lovecraft. Boston: Twayne Publishers of G.K. Hall, 1989. [GGII: 1018].
CANNON, Peter. The Chronology Out of Time: Dates in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft. West Warwick, RI: Necromicon Press, 1986. [GGII: 1017].
CANNON, Peter. “Letters, Diaries, and Manuscripts: The Handwritten Word in Lovecraft.” An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Eds. David E. Schultz, S.T. Joshi. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1991. 148-158. [GGII: 1019].
CANNON, Peter. “The Influence of Vathek on H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath.” H.P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Ed. S.T. Joshi. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1980. 153-157. [GGI: 0296].
CLEMENTS, Nicholaus. “Lovecraft’s ‘The Haunter of the Dark’.” Explicator (1999) 98-100.
COCKCROFT, T.C.L. “Some Notes on ‘The Shadow Over Innsmouth.’” Lovecraft Studies 1.3 (1980): 3-4. [GGI: 1764].
COLEBROOK, Martyn. "'Comrades in Tentacles': H. P. Lovecraft and China Miéville." Eds. David Simmons and S. T. Joshi.Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 209-226.
CONOVER, Willis. Lovecraft at Last. New York: Cooper Square, 2002. [GGIII: 4160]
CORSTORPHINE, Kevin. “Filming the Unnameable: The Subversion of Cthulhu.” Sub/versions: Cultural Status, Genre and Critique. Ed. Pauline MacPherson, Christopher Murray, Gordon Spark and Kevin Corstorphine. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. 157-164.
DE CAMP, L. Sprague. Lovecraft: A Biography. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975; Rpt. New York: Ballantine, 1976. [GGI: 1765].
DIXON, Wheeler Winston. “H.P. Lovecraft: A Critical Revaluation.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 34 (1988): 102-109. [GGII: 1020].
DZIEMIANOWICZ, Stefan. “Outsiders and Aliens: The Uses of Isolation in Lovecraft’s Fiction.” An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Eds. David E. Schultz, S.T. Joshi; Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. 148-158. [GGII: 1021].
ECKHARDT, Jason C. Off the Ancient Track: A Lovecraftian Guide to New England and Adjacent New York. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1987. [GGII: 1022].
EMMONS, Wilfred S. Jr. “A Bibliography of H.P. Lovecraft.” Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 3 (1961): 2-25. [GGI: 1766].
EPPS, Peter Gordon. “A Knocking at the Door: Christian Hope in the Horror Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” Master’s Thesis, Baylor University, 2002. [GGIII: 4166]
EVANS, Tim "A Last Defense Against the Dark: Folklore, Horror, and the Uses of Tradition in the Works of H.P. Lovecraft." Journal of Folklore Research 42 (2005): 99-135. [GGIV: 0000]
EVANS, Timothy H. “Tradition and illusion: antiquarianism, tourism and horror in H.P. Lovecraft.” Extrapolation (2004): 176-195.
EVERTS, R. Alain. The Death of a Gentleman: The Last Days of Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Madison, WI: Strange Company, 1987. [GGII: 1023].
FISCHER, Jens Malte. “Produktiver ekel: Zum werk Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” In Phantastik in literatur und kunst. Eds. Christian W. Thomsen, Jens Malte Fischer. Darmstadt, West Germany: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1980. 314-322. [GGII: 1024].
FRAISSE, Philippe. “La Place du fou: L'Horreur selon Lynch, quelque part entre Lovecraft et Stephen King.” Positif: Revue Mensuelle de Cinéma 521-522 (2004): 148-52
FULWILER, William. “Reflections on ‘The Outsider.’” Lovecraft Studies 1.2 (1980): 3-4. [GGI: 1768].
GAFFORD, Sam. “‘The Shadow Over Innsmouth’: Lovecraft’s Melting Pot.” Lovecraft Studies 24 (1991): 6-13. [GGII: 1025].
GARRETT, Michael. “Spectre Loci: An Interpretation of ‘The Nameless City’.” Lovecraft Studies 45 (2005): 22-24.
GAYFORD, Norman. “Randolph Carter: An Anti-Hero’s Quest.” Lovecraft Studies 7.1 (1988): 3-11; 7.2 (1988): 5-13. [GGII: 1026].
GOODRICH, Peter. “Mannerism and the Macabre in H. P. Lovecraft's Dunsanian ‘Dream-Quest’.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 15.1 (2004): 37-49.
GRAMLICH, Charles A. “Robert E. Howard in the Gothic Tradition.” Dark Man: The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies 8 (2004): 13-24.
HARKSEN, Henrik. “A Specter Is Haunting Chicago: The Lovecraft-Leiberian Connection.” Fritz Leiber: Critical Essays. Ed. Benjamin Szumskyj. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008. 169-177.
INDICK, Ben. “H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King: A Pair of New Englanders.” NIEKAS 45: Essays on Dark Fantasy. Center Harbor, NH: Niekas Publications, 1998. 14-17. [GGIII: 4172]
JANICKER, Rebecca. “New England narratives: Space and Place in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” Extrapolation 48.1 (2006): 56-72.
JOSHI, S.T.. “‘Reality’ and Knowledge: Some Notes on the Æsthetic Thought of H.P. Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 1.3 (1980): 17-27. [GGI: 1771].
JOSHI, S.T.. “Further Notes on Lovecraft and Music.” The Romanticist 4-5 (1980-1981): 47-49. [GGII: 1027].
JOSHI, S.T.. “H.P. Lovecraft: The Fiction of Materialism.” American Supernatural Fiction: From Edith Wharton to the Weird Tales Writers, ed. Douglas Robillard. New York: Garland Studies in Nineteenth-Century American Literature Number 6; Garland Publishing, 1996. 216-26. [GGIII: 4180]
JOSHI, S.T.. “H[oward] P[hillips] Lovecraft.” Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide eds. Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller, and Frederick S. Frank. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. 270-77. [GGIII: 4184]
JOSHI, S.T.. “LOVECRAFT, H(oward) P(hilips).” St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: St. James Press/Gale, 1998. 373-77. [GGIII: 4183]
JOSHI, S.T.. “Sources for the Chronology of Lovecraft’s Fiction.” Lovecraft Studies 1.2 (1980): 21-29. [GGI: 1770].
JOSHI, S.T.. A Dreamer and a Visionary: H.P. Lovecraft in his Time. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool, 2001. [GGIII: 4182]
JOSHI, S.T.. H.P. Lovecraft. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House; Reader's Guide 13, 1982. [GGII: 1028].
JOSHI, S.T.. Lovecraft and Lovecraft Criticism: An Annotated Bibliography. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 1981. [GGI: 1772].
JOSHI, S.T.. Selected Papers of Lovecraft. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1989. [GGII: 1029].
JOSHI, S.T.. The Annotated Supernatural Horror in Literature by H.P. Lovecraft. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2000. [GGIII: 4181]
JOSHI, S. T. “Science and Superstition: Fritz Leiber's Modernization of Gothic.” Fritz Leiber: Critical Essays. Ed. Benjamin Szumskyj. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008. 116-130.
JOSHI, S.T. H.P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1980. [GGI: 1769].
JOSHI, S.T. and David SCHULTZ. An H.P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001. [GGIII: 4186]
JOSHI, S.T. and Leigh BLACKMORE. H.P. Lovecraft and Lovecraft Criticism: An Annotated Bibliography: Supplement 1980-1984. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1985. [GGII: 1030].
KÁLMÁN, Matolcsy. “Naturalizing the Supernatural: H. P. Lovecraft and the Aesthetics of Cosmic Horror.” B. A. S.: British and American Studies/Revista de Studii Britanice si Americane 9 (2003): 85-91.
LÉVY, Maurice. Lovecraft: A Study in the Fantastic. Trans. S.T. Joshi. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1988. [GGII: 1032].
LACY, Jeff and Zani, Steven J. “The Negative Mystics of the Mechanistic Sublime: Walter Benjamin and Lovecraft's Cosmicism Author.” Lovecraft Annual: New Scholarship on H. P. Lovecraft 1 (2007): 65-83.
LAZZARIN, Stefano. “Horreur, hyperbole et réticence chez Lovecraft.” Belphégor: Littérature Populaire et Culture Médiatique 3.2 (2004): no pagination.
LE GUIN, Ursula. “New England Gothic.” Times Literary Supplement (March 26, 1976): 335. [GGII: 1031].
LIPPI, Giuseppi. “Lovecraft’s Dreamworld Revisited.” Lovecraft Studies 26 (1992): 23-25. [GGII: 1033].
LLOPIS, Rafæl. “The Cthulhu Mythos.” Trans. Scott D. Briggs, Anne K. Scargill. Lovecraft Studies 27 (1992): 13-21. [GGII: 1034].
LOVETT-GRAFF, Bennett. “Shadows Over Lovecraft: Reactionary Fantasy and Immigrant Eugenics.” Extrapolation 38.3 (1997): 175-192.
MÉNÉGALDO, Gilles. “Le Statut du narrateur dans le récit Lovecraftien.” In Poétique(s): Domaine Anglais. Ed. Alain Bony. Lyon, France: PU de Lyon, 1983. 75-88. [GGII: 1040].
MARICONDA, Steven J. “‘Expect Great Revelations’: Lovecraft Criticism in His Centennial Year.” Lovecraft Studies 24 (1991): 24-29. [GGII: 1038].
MARICONDA, Steven J. “Lovecraft’s Concept of Background.” Lovecraft Studies 5.1 (1986): 3-12. [GGII: 1035].
MARICONDA, Steven J. “Lovecraft’s Cosmic Imagery.” An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Eds. David E. Schultz, S.T. Joshi. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. 188-198. [GGII: 1037].
MARICONDA, Steven J. “Lovecraft: Reluctant American Modernist.” Lovecraft Studies 42-43 (2001): 21-32. [GGIII: 4196]
MARICONDA, Steven J. “On the Emergence of ‘Cthulhu.’” Lovecraft 6.2 (1987): 54-58. [GGII: 1036].
MARICONDA, Steven J. On the Emergence of Cthulhu and Other Observations. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1995. [GGIII: 4195]
MCGINNIS, John Lawson III. “Lovecraft’s Immortal Culture.” Death and the Serpent: Immortality and Science Fiction. Eds. Carl B. Yoke, Donald M. Hassler. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985. 125-134. [GGII: 1039].
MCGINNIS, John Lawson III. “H.P. Lovecraft: The Maze and the Minotaur.” Dissertation Abstracts International 36 (1975): 2207A (Louisiana State University). [GGI: 1773].
McROY, Jay. “There Goes the Neighborhood: Chaotic Apocalypse and Monstrous Genesis in H. P. Lovecraft's ‘The Street,’ ‘The Horror at Red Hook,’ and ‘He’.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 13.4 (2003): 335-51.
MENEGALDO, Gilles. “Résonances grotesques dans la fiction de Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” H.P. Lovecraft: Fantastique, Mythe et Modernité, eds. Gilles Ménégaldo, Jean Marigny. Paris: Éditions Dervy (Cahiers de l’hermétisme), 2002. 77-98. [Grotesque Resonances in the Fiction of Howard Phillips Lovecraft]. [GGIII: 4200]
MONTELONE, Paul. “‘The Rats in the Walls’: A Study in Pessimism.” Lovecraft Studies 32 (1995): 18-26. [GGIII: 4201]
MORRISON, Michael A. “From the Bygone Ashes: The Legacy of Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 27 (1992): 2-9. [GGII: 1041].
MOSIG, Dirk W. “Lovecraft: The Dissonance Factor in Imaginative Literature.” Gothic: The Review of Supernatural Horror Fiction 1 (1979): 20-26. [GGI: 1775].
MURRAY, Will. “An Uncompromising Look at the Cthulhu Mythos.” Lovecraft Studies 5.1 (1986): 26-31. [GGII: 1042].
MURRAY, Will. “Did Lovecraft Revise ‘The Forbidden Room?’” Lovecraft Studies 7.1 (1988): 34-35. [GGII: 1043].
MURRAY, Will. “Facts in the Case of ‘The Disinterment.’” Lovecraft Studies 7.2 (1988): 30-33. [GGII: 1044].
NELSON, Dale J. “Lovecraft and the Burkean Sublime.” Lovecraft Studies 24 (1991): 2-5. [GGII: 1045].
OAKES, David Ashby. “Twentieth-Century American Gothic Literature as Cultural Artifact: Science and Technology as Sources of Destabilization in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft, Richard Matheson, and Stephen King.” Dissertation Abstracts International 59:5 (1998): 1573A (Texas Christian University). [GGIII: 4208]
OAKES, David A. Science and Destabilization in the Modern American Gothic: Lovecraft, Matheson, and King. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2000. [GGIII: 4209]
ONDERDONK, Matthew H. “Charon in Reverse: or H.P. Lovecraft versus the ‘Realists’ of Fantasy.” Lovecraft Studies 1.3 (1980): 5-10. [GGI: 17-76].
OWINGS, Mark and Irving BINKIN. A Catalogue of Lovecraftiana: The Grill/Binkin Collection. Baltimore, MD: Mirage Press, 1975. [GGI: 1777].
PEARSALL, Anthony B. The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Dictionary of People and Places in Lovecraft Novels. Tempe, AZ: New Falcon Publications, 1998. [GGIII: 4212]
PRICE, Robert M. “The Last Vestige of the Derleth Mythos.” Lovecraft Studies 24 (1991): 20-21. [GGII: 1047].
PRICE, Robert M. “Two Biblical Curiosities in Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 7.1 (1988): 12-13, 18. [GGII: 1046].
RINGEL, Faye. “Diabolists and Decadents: Love-craft’s Gothic Puritans.” Literature Interpretation Theory 5:1 (1994): 45-51. [GGIII: 4215]
RUSS, Joanna. “On the Fascination of Horror-Stories, Including Lovecraft’s.” Science Fiction Studies (1980): 350-352.
SALER, Michael. “Modern Enchantments: The Canny Wonders and Uncanny Others of H. P. Lovecraft.” Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945 2.1 (2006): 11-32.
SAYER, Frédéric. “Horreur des villes maudites dans l'oeuvre de H. P. Lovecraft.” Belphégor: Littérature Populaire et Culture Médiatique 3.2 (2004): no pagination.
SCHULTZ, David E. “A Biblical Antecedent for ‘The Colour Out of Space.’” Lovecraft Studies 25 (1991): 23-25. [GGII: 1049].
SCHULTZ, David E. “From Microcosm to Macrocosm: The Growth of Lovecraft’s Cosmic Vision.” An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Eds. David E. Schultz, S.T. Joshi. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. [GGII: 1050].
SCHULTZ, David E. and S.T. JOSHI. An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. [GGII: 1048].
SCHWEITZER, Darrell. Discovering H.P. Lovecraft. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1987. [GGII: 1051].
SCHWEITZER, Darrell. Lovecraft in Cinema. Baltimore, MD: T-K Graphics, 1977. [GGI: 1778].
SEDERHOLM, Carl. “What Screams Are Made Of: Representing Cosmic Fear in H. P. Lovecraft’s ‘Pickman’s Model’.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 16.4 (2006): 335-49.
SELLEY, April. “Terror and Horror in ‘The Case of Charles Dexter Ward.’” Nyctalops 3.1 (1980): 8-14. [GGI: 1779].
SETIYA, K. “Empiricism and the Limits of Knowledge in Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 25 (1991): 18-22. [GGII: 1052].
SETIYA, K. “Science and Religion in ‘The Other Gods.’” Lovecraft Studies 26 (1992): 14-15. [GGII: 1053].
SHEA, J. Vernon. “On the Literary Influences which Shaped Lovecraft’s Works.” In H.P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Ed. S.T. Joshi. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1980. 113-139. [GGI: 1780].
SHREFFLER, Philip A. “H.P. Lovecraft and an American Literary Tradition.” The H.P. Lovecraft Companion. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1977. 19-32; Rpt. in Literature of the Occult: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Peter Messent. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1981. 156- [GGI: 1781].
SIMMONS, David. "'A Certain Resemblance': Abject Hybridity in H. P. Lovecraft's Short Fiction." Eds. David Simmons and S. T. Joshi.Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 13-30.
SIMMONS, David. "'A Certain Resemblance': Negotiating Africa as Abjection within and without in H. P. Lovecraft's 'Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family' and 'Under the Pyramids'." Critical Engagements: A Journal of Criticism and Theory 2.1 (2008): 59-83. 
SIMONIS, Annette. “Paradoxien des Erzählens in der modernen phantastischen Literatur: Edgar Allan Poe-Howard Phillips Lovecraft-J.R.R. Tolkien.” Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 54.2 (2004): 195-213.
SMITH, Philip. "Re-Visioning Romantic-Era Gothicism: An Introduction to Key Works and Themes in the Study of H. P. Lovecraft." Literature Compass 8.11 (2011): 830-9
SOLON, Ben. “Lovecraft on the Doorstep.” Haunted: Studies in Gothic Fiction 1 (1968): 87-88. [GGI: 1782].
ST. ARMAND, Barton Levi. “H.P. Lovecraft: New England Decadent.” Caliban 12 (1975): 127-155. [GGI: 1783].
ST. ARMAND, Barton Levi. Roots of Horror in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft. Elizabethtown, NY: Dragon, 1977. [GGI: 1784].
VAN CALENBERGH, Hubert. “The Roots of Horror in The Golden Bough.” Lovecraft Studies 26 (1992): 21-23. [GGII: 1055].
VANCE, G. Warlock. “Science and Destabilization in the Modern American Gothic: Lovecraft, Matheson, and King.” Extrapolation (2001): 198-9.
WAUGH, Robert H. “Landscapes, Selves, and the Others in Love-craft.” An Epicure in the Terrible: A Centennial Anthology of Essays in Honor of H.P. Lovecraft. Eds. David E. Schultz, S.T. Joshi. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. 220-243. [GGII: 1057] .
WAUGH, Robert H. “The Hands of H.P. Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 7.1 (1988): 21-23. [GGII: 1056].
WAUGH, Robert H. “Documents, Creatures, and History in H.P. Lovecraft.” Lovecraft Studies 25 (1991): 2-10. [GGII: 1058].
WAUGH, Robert H. “The Structural and Thematic Unity of Fungi from Yuggoth.” Lovecraft Studies 26 (1992): 2-14. [GGII: 1059].
WAUGH, Robert H. “The Blasted Heath in ‘The Colour Out of Space’: A Nightmare Theodicy.” Lovecraft Studies 45 (2005): 10-21.
WHEELOCK, Alan S. “Dark Mountain: H.P. Lovecraft and ‘The Vermont Horror.’” Vermont History 45 (1977): 221-228. [GGI: 1785].
WILL, Bradley A. “H. P. Lovecraft and the Semiotic Kantian Sublime.” Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 43.1 (2002): 7-21.
WILLIAMS, Sara. "'the Infinitude of the Shrieking Abysses': Rooms, Wombs, Tombs, and the Hysterical Female Gothic in 'the Dreams in the Witch-House'." Eds. David Simmons and S. T. Joshi.Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 55-72.
WILSON, Colin. “H.P. Lovecraft, 1890-1937.” Science Fiction Writers: Critical Studies of the Major Authors from the Early Nineteenth Century to the Present Day. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1982. 131-137. [GGII: 1060].