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  • rory on

    just wanted you guys to take a look at this lovecraft inspired anime short, features a lot of references, its fantastic it even has our favorite fiddler

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  • Erik Weissengruber on

    Hi HPL Literary Podcast. The political satire podcast has done a bizarre mashup of Cthulhu Mythos, The CoC Role Playing Game, and the insane Pizzagate conspiracy making the rounds of the media. It is one of their premium Patreon episodes, but a preview is available. Also, on an earlier episode, one of the writers asserted the superiority of CoC to D&D. Even travesty is one way of circulating the myth.

  • Erik Weissengruber on

    Oops. Links —
    Free preview:
    The full episode:

  • Glenn Queen on

    A highlighted Login button on the Home Page would be much appreciated.

  • John Dutemple on

    Just discovered the podcast on TTBOOK and am only up to Ep. 14: The Street. Agreed – God awful story, but if no one has solved the ‘Tall Beaver’ mystery for you, they’re hats. To see Ben Franklin in one click here:

  • Monica on

    Hey there, was curious if you guys will be attending necrocomicon providence this year or not? Thanks!

  • Judy Oxford on

    Hi Guys, My husband (Sky Oxford) is a subscriber and so I get to vicariously enjoy your podcast. I really do, in fact we are currently enjoying Dracula month… and your dramatic reading was sooo awesome! Made us both belly laugh! So, how can I donate in an ongoing way?

  • AThomason on

    I’ve recently had an idea for a game series (sort of a PC puzzle sort of thing) which would reference a multitude of stories by different writers, but the overall setting throughout all the games would be in a Lovecraft inspired universe (a detective agency set up in Innsmouth and whatnot). I’m far a long ways from getting the ball rolling on this project, and so I was wondering if you had any input to give this? Any dos or don’ts you feel worth mentioning.

  • Travis Fletcher on

    Fantastic! I was very happy to stumble upon this site. Your voice talents are incredible in the readings. Can we get more full readings? I just subscribed. Always willing to help the cause for fellow Lovecraftian’s.

  • Matthew on

    Just wondering if you subscribe do you get access to listen to past subscription only episodes?

  • Tony Ciak on

    The William Hope Hodgson other story you referred to was “The Voice in the Night”. There was a movie made of it, “The Attack of the Mushroom People” reference :

  • Eric Braun on

    Where can we find the full version of that amazing Never Ending Story remix played at the end of the Day of the Dragon episode? I haven’t been able to stop listening to it! Thanks, fellas!

  • Tony Ciak on

    Have a T-shirt that says:
    “I found the I in TEAM,
    it’s in the A-hole”.

  • D.G. Scott on

    Just witnessed a 5th grade, 1/8 tempo rendition of “Yakety Sax” by a 4th grade jazz ensemble. Pretty sure this is what the end of days sounds like.

  • D.G. Scott on

    Sorry, 4th and 5th grade…like it matters.

  • Carel Rowe on

    Can I still sign up to attend your presentation at Necronomicon Providence in August ?
    We have a film showing of your episode with Andrew Leman: “Doomed” this year.

  • Gage on

    Hey guys! I absolutely love the show! I only recently got into Lovecraft and I am enthralled with his mythos. I do have an issue though. I was on episode 30 on the podcast app on the iPhone but now episodes 1-60 do not show up on there. As a completionist, I need to find those 30 I am missing. Is it just a bug in the system or is there another easy way to find episodes 1-60? Thanks so much for the fun times and making my drive to work easier, albeit a bit spookier!

  • hppodcraft on

    The episodes are limited in the feed, but you can download or stream all the episodes from the site!

  • Cass on

    So I know I’m way late to the party but I’ve been loving your episodes on stitcher and having you guys give a through run down of the mythos has been super easy for me to plan my next game of the call of cthulhu board game!
    But i went on stitcher yesterday and moat of the episodes were gone…and what was there wasn’t in order. Is this a stitcher glitch or mistake or do I have to subscribe to listen to the old stuff?
    Please help I need my H.P Lovecraft fix! D:

  • hppodcraft on

    Due to our server, we can’t have more than 30 episodes on the feed. It crashes our system. It stinks, but that is the had we are dealt. However, all episodes are available for streaming or download from the site. ALL OF THEM! So you can all ways give that a go. Sorry for the ivconviencene.

  • phil nadeau on

    YES! Sean Branney is back for “Thing on the Roof” after YEARS of absence!

  • Tom Wynn on

    Hello! i have been listening to the show since the early episodes. The HP Lovecraft Literary Podcast remains one of the most entertaining podcasts on the web! Just discovered “Quiet and Bold,” and am a big fan of that already! Great job, guys!!!

  • Eldagrady on

    Please, please read Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins – not for the podcast – just because it will blow your minds!

  • Scott on

    I still ha e cthuloid on my phone and was wondering why the link to your page no longer has the stories to listen to

  • Phoef Sutton on

    I’m listening to these wonderful podcasts in order, so I’m several years behind. I just listened to THE YELLOW SIGN and in the segment you express ignorance about the film DEAD OF NIGHT (1945). If you still haven’t seen it, your must! It’s one of the seminal films the history of weird cinema. Unbelievable influential and very, very good.

  • Tim Hodkinson on

    Loved the latest episode. JS Lefanu rocks.

  • Björn Wilmsmann on

    I think the supernatural dwarf makes for an interesting connection between The Familiar by Le Fanu and The Transformation by Mary Shelley. There could be a common legend both of these stories draw upon or Le Fanu might’ve been inspired by Shelley’s short story.

    The dwarves in both stories bear some similarities particularly in that they resemble someone from the protagonist’s former life (in case of The Transformation the protagonist himself) and that their inherent motivation in both cases seems to come from making the protagonist repent and possibly redeem himself.

  • Marco on

    @ Rory: sad to inform you that your youtube link doesn’t work

  • David A Rutherford on

    Hey guys! I just started listening to the pod, despite being a long time HPL fan. I’m only as far as ep. 9, but just wanted to say comment on ep.8 – “The Doom That Came To Sarnath”. You mentioned that the people of Sarnath celebrated the destruction of the people of Ib, and said words to the effect of “What if we had a day to celebrate the genocide of Native Americans?” Well, you do, it’s called Columbus Day.

  • Joshua Balian on

    Do you have a mailing list?

  • Dave on

    Hey guys, just want to say great job on the podcast. You absolutely nail the balance of factual detail, experienced opinion & gamesome banter. Also, your editing & production is tight. All in all, it’s been a joy to hear you guys chat about lovecraft & just get better & better at it.
    The only thing that’s left me wanting is an ‘about us’ link on your site. A little background on who you guys are, how you came to do this & what you’re working on outside of the podcast. A short list of your regular voice actors/readers & what they’re involved with would be nice too.
    I’m just thinking that a link with details would open up a bit of exposure for all the talent involved here
    – Thanks again guys, keep up the great work

  • Andrew Ahearn on


    Been a listener for almost a year now and been an avid reader of Lovecraft for nearly 12 years. The museum I work at does a yearly Halloween play, a walking lantern light tour where the group walks from scene to scene being told a complete story, with our museum and grounds as the “stage”. Listening to your podcast has given me enough confidence in my understanding of Lovecraft to not only audition for roles in the Halloween play, but I have advocated to actually write this years play, and was just hired to do so, basing the play on Lovecraft works which are currently in public domain. So I wanted to thank you guys for showing me that it’s ok to be confident in yourself and your interests enough to go for what you want and try. ESP. If Lovecrafts involved.

  • ShinyAeon on

    Hi. I subscribed last year, I’ve been paying the $6.66 since then, but I still can’t access the “subscription only” parts on my iPhone. What am I doing wrong?

  • Mike on

    A little behind. Hey guys, I am only on Dexter Ward and I have to say thank you for all that you do. I wish I had been there, nine years ago at the start of this journey.

  • James Barrett on

    Chris has mentioned once or twice that he watches QI. Did you see the episode from a few months ago (‘Opposites’, 8 Dec 2017) where they discussed the gorilla that was raised as an English gentleman c. 1919, and eventually died in the custody of the Barnum and Bailey Circus? This was happening at the about the time HPL wrote ‘Arthur Jermyn’; I wonder if it was in the news and he was inspired by it.

  • Jamieson on

    Tall beavers is a reference to beaver pelt hats just so you know love your stuff.

  • dan on

    How do I switch over to patreon? I am a member under teh old system?

  • craig mitchell on

    i am paying 10 dollars a month and patron is still not letting me on

  • Ryan Hampton on

    Trying to find some information on ‘Uncle Tugg’, talked about in the Tsathoggua Episode (#402 w/ Patton Oswalt). I can’t find anything on it anywhere . . .. . .

  • craig mitchell on

    i am paying 20.00 a month and pateron knows this, but they still will not let me access your non free episodes

  • Rupert Giles on

    I’d like to subscribe, but am not comfortable with an automatic monthly debit. Is there a way I could subscribe by making a one-time or annual payment? Thanks!

  • John Dutemple on


    Check out this episode of the After On podcast on the nature of reality. What caught my attention HPL-wise was the supposition that a nine-dimensional could manifest itself in our reality as, say, a lion and of course those that avoid it get to pass on their genes. This guy is a serious scientist. I don’t do it justice. Just listen and enjoy.

    BTW. My own dimensional shift (time in my case) has me at least five years or so in arrears in listening to this podcast, so I’ll hear your reaction (if any) about two years from now when I catch up.

  • PopulationUno on

    I just watched The Endless Endless movie and immediately thought of you all. I’m still on episode 90 or so and am diligently working through them all. Please keep up the great work. You two are amazing at your craft. Will Patron to tonight.

  • Logan Riley on

    I think you guys are great I just recently discovered your podcast and have been listening to them in order everyday for like the past 2 weeks while walking to work. I have to say you guys really help in understanding all of these fascinating stories. I’m actually working on some of my own stories and Lovecraft has always been a huge inspiration so thanks and maybe one day you will actually read something of mine. Keep up the good work.

  • Victor Z. LaValle on

    Dear Mr. Lackey and Mr. Fifer,

    I recently began a job that involves a ton of math at a desk, which is pretty boring. Luckily, I am allowed to wear headphones and listen to whatever I want to fend off that boredom, as well as to help maintain my focus. Needless to say, I have been diving deep into both the more recent and earlier episodes of the H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast.

    This show is great! I love the analyses of the stories, and the tinge of humor brought to them keeps all the numbers I look at from conjuring depression within myself! Furthermore, I feel much more cultured in the world of classic horror through your breakdowns of stories that may have otherwise been obscured by time and sometimes left more recognizable by contemporary films or stories that have been inspired and influenced by them. So, I just wanted to drop by and say that I appreciate what you two do! It’s good work, and I am looking forward to even more.

    As an aside, I am a horror writer, myself. Most recently, I wrote a submission for an anthology of stories inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, and I have to say that the voice which spilled my narrative was not my own in my head. It was that of Andrew Lehman. I couldn’t help it!

    Victor Z. LaValle

  • Eulo on

    Hey guys, just wanted to say that after binging through all of your podcasts covering HPL and his collaborations, I have a renewed love for this author (and you guys too of course). I’m excited to keep ascending the chronological ranks of the podcast to hopefully find other authors that write in the ‘mythos’.

    Thank you for all that you do.

    Iä! Iä! Cthulhu fhatgn!

  • Johnny on

    Haven’t heard a mention of nick blinko in your podcast. Cacophony 1988 is a whole album dedicated to lovecraft. An outsider artist, writer, and singer of one of the most famous punk/goth bands of all time. You outta at least give a shout out 🙁

  • Tony Gold on

    Hey I love your podcast. I’ve always been into scifi but Just recently coming into contact with your podcast I have so much more to read. I love your podcast it’s so funny and consists of so many great storie to read.

  • Phil Nadeau on

    Icymi, there was this on Tor about awful occult detectives in 19th century literature:

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