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S.T. Joshi
S. T. Joshi (Seattle, WA) is a freelance writer, scholar, and editor whose previous books include Documents of American Prejudice; In Her Place: A Documentary History of Prejudice against Women; God’s Defenders: What They Believe and Why They Are Wrong; Atheism: A Reader; H. L. Mencken on... show more



S. T. Joshi (Seattle, WA) is a freelance writer, scholar, and editor whose previous books include Documents of American Prejudice; In Her Place: A Documentary History of Prejudice against Women; God’s Defenders: What They Believe and Why They Are Wrong; Atheism: A Reader; H. L. Mencken on Religion; The Agnostic Reader; and What Is Man? And Other Irreverent Essays by Mark Twain.

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Birth date: June 22, 1958
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Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 1 year ago
I slogged through it- just barely! Had a hard time reading and understanding any of the visual descriptions.
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Flicker Reads rated it 4 years ago
Those fans of John Carpenter's The Thing will recognize the motifs Lovecraft uses in his description of an antarctic expedition that discovers the remnants of something they never expected. The entire story is delivered as a first person narrative almost entirely devoid of dialogue from the perspect...
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curtjeffreys rated it 4 years ago
"This collection of twenty-one Lovecraft-inspired tales contains some very strong writing, along with one or two that are that for one reason or another simply fall short. I won't spoil your fun by giving away which ones I think are weak; that is for you to decide. I still recommend it, though, espe...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 4 years ago
Fascinating browser and reference for anyone interested in Arkham House book collecting or just the history of the small press that started all the horror small presses. Updates Sheldon Jaffery's The Arkham House Companion: Fifty Years of Arkham House : A Bibliographical History and Collector's Pric...
Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it 4 years ago
“On the barren shore, and on the lofty ice barrier in the background, myriads of grotesque penguins squawked and flapped their fins”.Yep! We are in Lovecraft’s universe where even penguins are grotesque. I mean, whoever heard of an ugly penguin? At the Mountains of Madness is H.P. Lovecraft’s best k...
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