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H.P. LOVECRAFT: The Complete Omnibus Collection

Collaborations & Ghostwritings

This volume is part of the three-book Pulp-Lit Omnibus Collection of all the fiction writing of Howard Phillips Lovecraft. It presents the works of weird fiction which he ghostwrote or on which he collaborated with another author.

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Table of Contents:

[NOTE: DIGITS IN BRACKETS CORRESPOND TO CHAPTER NUMBERS IN THE AUDIOBOOK EDITION]

  • Introduction   [1] 3
  • Winifred V. Jackson   [2] 9
    • The Green Meadow (1919)   [3] 11
    • The Crawling Chaos (1920)   [4] 17
  • Anna Helen Crofts   [5] 25
    • Poetry and the Gods (1920)   [6] 27
  • Sonia Haft Greene   [7] 35
    • Four O’Clock (1922)*   [8] 37
    • The Horror at Martins Beach (1922)   [9] 43
  • Harry Houdini   [10] 49
    • Under the Pyramids (1924)   [11] 51
  • Wilfred Talman   [14] 75
    • Two Black Bottles (1926)   [15] 77
  • J. Chapman Miske   [16] 89
    • The Thing in the Moonlight (1927)*   [17] 91
  • Adolphe de Castro   [18] 95
    • The Last Test (1927)   [19] 99
    • The Electric Executioner (1929)   [25] 141
  • Zealia Bishop   [26] 159
    • The Curse of Yig (1928)   [27] 161
    • The Mound (1929)   [28] 177
    • Medusa’s Coil (1930)   [36] 241
  • Henry Whitehead   [43] 277
    • The Trap (1931)   [44] 279
    • Bothon (1932)*   [45] 299
  • Hazel Heald   [46] 325
    • The Man of Stone (1932)   [47] 327
    • Winged Death (1932)   [48] 341
    • The Horror in the Museum (1932)   [51] 363
    • Out of the Aeons (1933)   [54] 389
    • The Horror in the Burying-Ground (1933)   [60] 413
  • Duane W. Rimel   [61] 427
    • The Tree on the Hill (1934)   [62] 429
    • The Sorcery of Aphlar (1934)   [66] 439
    • The Disinterment (1935)   [67] 443
  • Robert H. Barlow   [68] 455
    • The Slaying of the Monster (1933)   [69] 457
    • The Hoard of the Wizard-Beast (1933)   [70] 463
    • The Battle that Ended the Century (1934)   [71] 465
    • Till A’ the Seas (1935))   [72] 469
    • Collapsing Cosmoses (1935)   [75] 477
    • The Night Ocean (1935)   [76] 481
  • E. Hoffman Price   [77] 503
    • Tarbis of the Lake (1932)   [78] 505
    • Through the Gates of the Silver Key (1933)   [79] 519
  • William Lumley   [88] 551
    • The Diary of Alonzo Typer (1935)   [89] 553
  • Kenneth Sterling   [90] 571
    • In the Walls of Eryx (1936)   [91] 573
  • Multi-Author Collaborations   [92] 599
    • The Challenge from Beyond (1935)   [93] 603
      • I.  C.L. Moore    603
      • II. A. Merritt   [94] 605
      • III. H.P. Lovecraft   [95] 607
      • IV.  Robert E. Howard   [96] 612
      • V. Frank Belknap Long   [97] 615

* Works on which H.P. Lovecraft’s degree of authorship or involvement is in dispute are marked with an asterisk.

 

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