It was a jolly, busy December in Innsmouth. The biggest event to report was Angels and Demons Week, which included reviews and articles on a number of demonic and angelic topics. Links to all posts can be found here.
- We talked to artist Aeron Alfrey and publisher A.P. Fuchs, of Coscom Entertainment.
- Plus, micro-interviews with Cheryl McCreary and Tom Hamilton.
Articles and Reviews
- The December column from G.W. Thomas, Writing the Mythos: The Old Box Set, focused on the first Call of Cthulhu edition.
- From Strange and Distant Shores traveled to The Kingdom (Part 2).
- Cthulhu Eats the Movies presented Monsters.
- Maria Mitchell’s Slicing Score column targeted the Phantom of the Opera (1989).
- Silvia Moreno-Garcia looked at the not-at-all Gothic version of Masque of the Red Death (1991) and finished reviewing the War of the Worlds series with the episode 1.19: Vengeance Is Mine.
- Also over, at least for now, The Event and The Walking Dead.
- Supernatural continues to be reviewed by our resident expert on this show.
- We had reviews of several books, including the high-fantasy novel, The Bone Sword; the science-fiction mind-swap anthology, Cinco de Mayo; the pulpy Jason Dark, Ghost-Hunter, Volume 8: The Blood Witch; and the anthology, Twice the Terror: The Horror Zine, Vol. 2.
- We took a look at the graphic novel Harbor Moon and the online comic series Ow, My Sanity.
- Plus, several Founds on the Net: Weird Fiction Review, JJA Hearts Cthulhu and Flying Squid.
- Locals Welcome Hard-Luck Relations
- Charming Victorian House for Sale
- Innsmouth Dog Knows When Nursing Home Residents Will Die?
- Mona Waite and Innsmouth Chic to Sweep Fashion Industry?
- Missing Boy Found Safe
- We are looking for romance and horror articles and interviews for February.
- Submissions to Historical Lovecraft closed on January 3.
- Submissions to Candle in the Attic Window are now open.