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Wonder & Glory Forever: Awe-Inspiring Lovecraftian Fiction ed by Nick Mamatas
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Wonder & Glory Forever: Awe-Inspiring Lovecraftian Fiction ed by Nick Mamatas

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Even though he passed over 80 years ago, H. P. Lovecraft maintains a visceral influence over a host of contemporary writers. Inspired by the Master of the Macabre's more optimistic writings, this unique collection spotlights the weird works of nine current horror and fantasy authors, including the award-winning Michael Cisco and Livia Llewellyn plus Victor LaValle, Molly Tanzer, and Masahiko Inoue. Also includes Clark Ashton Smith's 1931 "The City of the Singing Flame" and Lovecraft's own "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" as well as an extensive Introduction by leading Lovecraftian scholar Nick Mamatas.

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Table of Contents:
Introduction
"The Shadow Over Innsmouth" by H.P. Lovecraft
"Ghost Story" by Victor LaValle
"Vastation" by Laird Barron
"Translation" by Michel Cisco
"Seven Minutes in Heaven" by Nadia Bulkin
"You Will Never Be the Same" by Erica Satifka
"Bright Crown of Joy" by Livia Llewellyn
"Go, Go, Go, Said the Byakee" by Molly Tanzer
"Night Voices, Night Journeys" by Masahiko Inoue, translated by Edward Lipsett
"Weird Tales" by Fred Chappelle
"The City of the Singing Flame" by Clark Ashton Smith