Uncovered Interview with H.P. Lovecraft

The original postcard interview.

Look at that handwriting.

I suppose it would come of little surprise to find out that I am a huge fan of the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. I discovered his work in a book of horror stories that belonged to my cousin one fortunate night in December. Since then I have read everything I could get my hands on amassing a small collection of books both by Lovecraft and about him. This interview, as posted in Revelator Magazine, came to me via a friend’s post on Facebook. Go social media. Lovecraft’s responses to the questions are very informative and of note to writers, especially his description of life after achieving some success as a writer. Please continue on and read Brattleboro Days, Yuggoth Nights. BTW I did spend one week in Brattleboro, VT. on vacation it is an interesting New England town.


Alas, I like many others were taken in and it wasn’t even April 1st. You can read about it on BoingBoing.net and from the author.


About Vincent A. Alascia

Vincent is the author of, "In the Presence of Gods," "Xristos: Chosen of God," and coming soon, "Undead Heart," available on Kindle and paperback, as well as works that have appeared in anthologies and online. Originally an East Coast native, he makes his home in the Phoenix area of Arizona with his wife and three attention grabbing felines. Vincent is an active member of the West Valley Writers' Workshop and an Adult Services librarian at the Maricopa County Library District Northwest Regional Library in Surprise, Arizona.
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One Response to Uncovered Interview with H.P. Lovecraft

  1. Irene Gillette says:

    You do remember that week in Vermont and Paul’s camper. We all had such a great time. Even when Aunt Sharon scared the crap out of you.

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