It’s Official! It’s Here! 2017 is The Year of Fungi from Yuggoth!


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Two Hundred Eighty Six Pages of Everything You Could Ask for Related to H. P. Lovecraft’s Fungi from Yuggoth!

This beautifully illustrated volume, contains the text of the cycle, with every sonnet illustrated by Jason C. Eckhardt, a reproduction of Lovecraft’s handwritten manuscript, and an incredibly detailed and in-depth commentary on all aspects of the entire sonnet sequence by David E. Schultz.

Fungi from Yuggoth by H. P. Lovecraft: An Annotated Edition
Edited by David E. Schultz,
Illustrated by Jason C. Eckhardt
http://www.hippocampuspress.com/h.p-lovecraft/poetry/fungi-from-yuggoth-an-annotated-edition

Now, at last, the CD dedicated to this book, can sit side-by-side with this ultimate scholarly study of H. P. Lovecraft’s cosmic sonnet sequence, where these two wonderful items can truly be companions in your Lovecraft collection.

As mentioned above, the CD is dedicated to the book; and now that the first copies of the book are arriving in the hands of Collectors, everyone lucky enough to have both items in their collection will fully understand why!

If you haven’t already purchased both of these, please use the link above to purchase the book, and the link below to purchase the CD.

H. P. Lovecraft’s Fungi from Yuggoth and Other Poems Audio CD
Words by H. P. Lovecraft,
Narration by William E. Hart,
Score by Graham Plowman,
Introduction by S. T. Joshi,
Cover Art by Jon Arfstrom
http://www.amazon.com/Lovecrafts-Fungi-Yuggoth-Other-Poems/dp/1878252801/
https://www.fedoganandbremer.com/products/h-p-lovecrafts-fungi-from-yuggoth-and-other-poems

There are many books and recordings of “Fungi from Yuggoth,” and I encourage all Lovecraftians to collect them all; but I truly don’t believe there will ever be a greater book of, or about the “Fungi from Yuggoth” sonnets, than this ultimate Lovecraftian treasure, masterfully edited by David E. Schultz, and illlustrated by the legendary artist, Jason C. Eckhardt. And, I don’t believe you will ever hear a more beautifully fitting and haunting score than the one written for the new Fedogan & Bremer CD, by the incredible Irish composer, Graham Plowman; and, I can honestly tell you that I, as the narrator/reader on the CD, have made every effort to honor H. P. Lovecraft, by giving the most heartfelt performance to his words that I possibly could.

And, if you want to save wear and tear on your copy of the very collectible Book, while listening to the CD, please download a copy of the PDF file of the text of the forty-eight poems on the CD, using the link below; so you can follow along with a landscape-format print-out that matches the CD’s contents.

fungi-all-the-wordshttps://cthulhuwho1.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/all-the-words-for-h-p-lovecrafts-fungi-from-yuggoth-and-other-poems-cd1.pdf

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