August Derleth Bibliography For Websites

  • Bierce, Ambrose. “Haïta the Shepherd.” The Hastur Cycle. Ed. Robert M. Price. Oakland, CA: Chaosium Inc. 1993. 3–7.Google Scholar

  • Campbell, Ramsey. “Introduction.” New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. Ed. Ramsey Campbell. London: Grafton, 1988. 9–11.Google Scholar

  • Chambers, Robert W. “The Repairer of Reputations.” The Hastur Cycle. Ed. Robert M. Price. Oakland, CA: Chaosium Inc. 1993. 15–41.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Black Island.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton, 1988. 209–252.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Cthulhu Mythos.” H. P. Lovecraft and Others. Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos. Ed. August Derleth. London: Grafton, 1988. 9–16.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Gorge beyond Salapunco.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton, 1988. 117–162.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The House on Curwen Street.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton, 1988. 9–64.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Keeper of the Key.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton, 1988. 163–207.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “A Note on the Cthulhu Mythos.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton. 1988. 253–256.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Return of Hastur.” The Mask of Cthulhu. London: Grafton, 1988. 9–43.Google Scholar

  • Derleth, August. “The Watcher From the Sky.” The Trail of Cthulhu. London: Grafton. 1988. 65–116.Google Scholar

  • Faig, Kenneth W. Jr. and S. T. Joshi. “H. P. Lovecraft: His Life and Work.” H. P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Ed. S. T. Joshi. Athens: Ohio University Press. 1–19.Google Scholar

  • Harms, Daniel. “Many a Quaint and Curious Volume: The Necronomicon made Flesh.” The Necronomicon Files: The Truth behind Lovecraft’s Legend. Ed. Daniel Harms and John Wilson Gonce III. Boston, MA: Red Wheel, 2003. 29–60.Google Scholar

  • Howard, Nic. “Derleth: An American Life in Literature.” Masters of Fantasy 2: August Derleth. Ed. Nic Howard. Birmingham: British Fantasy Society, 1984.Google Scholar

  • Joshi, S. T., “August Derleth’s ‘Posthumous Collaborations.’ ” H. P. Lovecraft: A Comprehensive Bibliography. Tampa: University of Tampa Press, 2009. 189–190.Google Scholar

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  • Joshi, S. T. and David E. Schultz. An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia. New York: Hippocamus Press, 2001.Google Scholar

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  • Lovecraft, H. P. The Case of Charles Dexter Ward. H. P. Lovecraft Omnibus 1: At The Mountains of Madness and Other Novels of Terror. London: Granada, 1985. 141–301.Google Scholar

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  • Lovecraft, H. P. The Shadow over Innsmouth. H. P. Lovecraft Omnibus 3: The Haunter of the Dark and Other Titles. London: Grafton, 1985. 382–463.Google Scholar

  • Lovecraft, H. P. “The Shadow out of Time.” H. P Lovecraft Omnibus 3: The Haunter of the Dark and Other Titles. London: Grafton, 1985. 464–544.Google Scholar

  • Lovecraft, H. P. “Supernatural Horror in Literature.” H. P Lovecraft Omnibus 2: Dagon and Other Macabre Tales. London: Granada, 1985. 423–512.Google Scholar

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