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I just listened to your discussion of “The Tree & The Cats of Ulthar”.
During the discussion you mentioned that “It’s time for another Tree story.”
There is a bit of a tie-in to this.
The esteemed SF writer Gene Wolfe wrote a novel called “An Evil Guest” which is overtly set in a Lovecraftian world (he dedicates the novel to Lovecraft). There is a huge powerful sea alien that has called Earth his home over 100,000 years. He’s called the “Storm God”. Other aliens are allowed to come to Earth as refugees but they are prohibited from openly revealing themselves to the Storm God’s “cattle”. But the Storm God himself has some kind of indirect relations with human governments and direct relations with various human cults.
So here’s the tie-in. Wolfe wrote a short story (probably before the novel) that is set in the same world and the same South Seas island setting called “The Tree Is My Hat”. Like “The Tree” it is a strange story with an unstated subplot (as Wolfe is inclined to do).
I wondered, when I read “The Tree” whether it might illuminate “The Tree Is My Hat”. Unfortunately, I did not identify any parallels beyond the obscurity of the story and backstory.
4K? Seriously. A Kickstarter for 4K? You guys should’ve just asked me outright. I make that in a day. Everyday. Sorry for being an arrogant piece of shit, but I would’ve been more than willing to help.
Lovecraft is very important to me, and I feel bad I couldn’t have funded the whole thing.
Dear Chad and Chris,
Curiously enough I too just re-read “The Tree.” I am going to be a panelist at the Lovecraft Convention in Providence in August and to prepare I am re-reading all of Lovecraft’s original stories. Another tree story you might want to read is Caitlin R. Kiernan’s The Red Tree. She will be at the convention as well.
For your information, after I re-read a story, I go and listen to your pod cast about it and some of the pod casts are totally funny to listen to and you guys have great insights as well.
I hope to meet the both of you in Providence, I did contribute to the Kick-starter to pay your travel expenses. I know some great restaurants there as well. I lived in Providence many years and was raised in nearby Pawtucket.
Take care guys,
Ron St. Pierre
You guys are awesome!
My interest in Lovecraft literature started from the guys over at the “Stuff you should know” podcast when they read “The Tomb” in one of their shows. But while i can say they were the ones that started my interest into the stories of Lovecraft, you guys were the ones to strengthen and allow my interest to transform into a great flourishing appreciation for the writings of this champion of weird fiction know as Lovecraft. For this I thank you and look forward to listening to the rest of your shows.
If you were to do a Ransom for the complete Reading of “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward” I will donate handsomely for its release FYI
Hey Chris & Chad =) Please send a short (1-2 paragraph) bio for each of You for The NecronomiCon-Providence Program Guide. JUST saw Niels’ post on Your *successful* Kickstarter so since YOU’re attendees they should be *included*. Cheers to YE too, Messr. St. Pierre =)
Joe Shea aka The joey Zone
Asst Program Guide Editor
Whilst I must confess I haven`t listened to every episode of the H.P Lovecraft Literary Podcast,I am however a huge fan! Just wondered if you had ever considered doing an episode on Alan Moore`s interpretation/contribution to the Cthulhu Mythos. My dream episode would be him sitting down with you guys discussing his various Lovecraft themed works ( The Courtyard,Neonomicon,the Yuggoth Cultures ect).Besides being generally awesome,this could make a timley,topical show,given a recent article which stated Moore`s intention to write a prequel to the Neonomicon!!
Keep up the good work guys!
Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!!!
B Clark Esq.
Just listened to The Mummy’s Foot and I have to say that you DO NOT want incense that smells like a mummy. While they aren’t exactly stinky they definately have a strange odor. We have two mummies in our collections at the Kelsey Museum where I work and I can tell you that mummies do not smell like myrrh and scented oils – even a mummy’s foot no matter how beautiful it is!
Hi guys, long time listener and i must say your awesome, this podcast introduced me to the world of Arkham, Cthulhu and the Waits family so for that i thank you both. Im not sure if i ever heard you mention a lovecraft movie comedy that is out i have heard you mention Dagon but not this one its called The last lovecraft relic of cthulhu i found it on a shelf in best buy i thought to myself “what would HPL do?” since i was in a crowded store fainting was out of the question so i bought it. It is hilarious and you can tell its made by fans a real labor of love check it out youll love it.Thanks so much for all your hard work on the podcast guys.
I had a brilliant idea for your show as I was looking for podcast to subscribe to(subscribe to for free that is) on the iTunes store. My idea was that you guys should put your podcast onto iTunes. Then I thought wait a minute, most of H.P. Lovecraft Literary podcast shows are for members only. Then I thought, so why don’t they put it on iTunes, but only put the shows that are free and for everybody not just members and also put the free for everybody parts of the other shows that only have part of it for everyone (free) and all of it for members only. So that is my brilliant idea for your podcast.
“H.P. Lovecraft, where are you now that we need you?” -Terence McKenna
Hey Chris and Chad:
Just wanted to drop you a line and say what a great time we had at your Live show at the Necronomicon. Andrew’s reading of the “Fungi of Yuggoth” was incredible and the show was very entertaining. Great job and congratulations. Looking forward to more podcasts!
In the podcast for The Moon Bog, how many others think the toad/frog things were the people turned into said things?
Lovecraft made it clear that the last one in was the fat cook and then highlighted that there was one specific fat toad.
I could be wrong, but I’m hoping it’s not just my imagination. lol.
Thanks for the work, guys!!! Love the shows!
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Hey if edgar allan poe didnt exist would there be a howard phillips lovecraft and if there was what would he be like?
I just started listening to your podcast several months ago and I’m trying to catch up. Previously I had only read a couple of HP Lovecraft’s stories, but your podcasts renewed my interest and also introduced me to numerous of his great pieces that I’ve never read. Thank you guys for all your effort, though you two really make it sound like fun too, which is another reason I keep listening in. I finally made my way to your website and joined in to support, as I appreciate the impact you’re making.
I recently finished podcast #107, Shadow Out of Time, part 4, and was wondering the name of the group providing the song at the end. I really liked the sound and couldn’t easily find their name.
The band is called The Human Aftertaste, and the song is called Lazer Gun.
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