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The H. P. Lovecast Podcast is hosted by Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak and is devoted to discussing the derivative works of H. P. Lovecraft, such as successor authors, comics, and so on. H. P. Lovecast is published three times a month, with the primary episode on the second Sunday, the supplemental Fragments episode on the fourth Sunday, and the Transmissions episode on the final day of the month.

H. P. Lovecast Podcast Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak

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The H. P. Lovecast Podcast is hosted by Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak and is devoted to discussing the derivative works of H. P. Lovecraft, such as successor authors, comics, and so on. H. P. Lovecast is published three times a month, with the primary episode on the second Sunday, the supplemental Fragments episode on the fourth Sunday, and the Transmissions episode on the final day of the month.

    Ep 43 - Mike Shea and Rob Wilkinson's Lady Lovecraft

    Ep 43 - Mike Shea and Rob Wilkinson's Lady Lovecraft

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the one shot comic book, Lady Lovecraft, written by Mike Shea with art by Rob Wilkinson.

    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)

    Lady Lovecraft Links

    Kickstarter

    Mike Shea

    Miskatonic High Facebook
    Miskatonic High Instagram
    Miskatonic High Twitter
    Miskatonic High Website

    Rob Wikinson

    Instagram
    Marco's Tattoo website

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of G. A. Lungaro. He can be found on Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, and at his website. Our interview with Lungaro can be found on Transmissions episode 3.

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s


    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 48 min
    HPLCP Transmissions - Ep 05 - James Chambers, Carol Gyzander, Meghan Arcuri

    HPLCP Transmissions - Ep 05 - James Chambers, Carol Gyzander, Meghan Arcuri

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview James Chambers, Carol Gyzander, and Meghan Arcuri about Under Twin Suns.

    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license)

    Links to Buy Under Twin Suns

    Hippocampus Press (Publisher)
    Amazon

    Links to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in Yellow

    Amazon
    Bookshop

    James Chambers

    Amazon
    Twitter
    Website

    Carol Gyzander

    Amazon
    Instagram
    Twitter
    Website

    Meghan Arcuri

    Amazon
    Twitter
    Website

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of Amanda Desiree, author of Smithy. She can be found at her website and Amazon.

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s

    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 1 hr 3 min
    HPLCP Fragments - Ep 12 - I. N. J. Culbard’s The King in Yellow

    HPLCP Fragments - Ep 12 - I. N. J. Culbard’s The King in Yellow

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the graphic novel adaptation of Robert W. Chambers' The King in Yellow done by I. N. J. Culbard and published by SelfMadeHero.

    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)

    Links to Buy The King in Yellow

    Amazon
    SelfMadeHero Product Page

    Links to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in Yellow

    Amazon
    Bookshop

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of Ian Welke. He can be found on Amazon, Twitter, and his website.

    Misc. and Referenced Links

    Interview with Ian Welke
    HP Lovecast Episode on Welke's End Times at Ridgemont High
    Interview with Lee Murray
    HP Lovecast Episode on Vinegar Teeth
    Burial Plot interview with Michele and Nicholas

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s


    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 46 min
    Ep 42 - Under Twin Suns: Carol Gyzander and Meghan Arcuri

    Ep 42 - Under Twin Suns: Carol Gyzander and Meghan Arcuri

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss two short stories from Under Twin Suns: Alternate Histories of the Yellow Sign edited by James Chambers and published by Hippocampus Press: "The Yellow Crown" by Carol Gyzander and "Found and Lost" by Meghan Arcuri.

    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)

    Links to Buy Under Twin Suns

    Hippocampus Press (Publisher)
    Amazon

    Links to buy the Horror Writers Association version of The King in Yellow

    Amazon
    Bookshop

    Carol Gyzander

    Amazon
    Instagram
    Twitter
    Website

    Meghan Arcuri

    Amazon
    Twitter
    Website

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of Angela Sylvaine. She can be found on Amazon, Twitter, and her website. We had the honor to interview Angela on our third Transmissions episode, which can be listened to at our Buzzsprout website or on your podcast app of preference.

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s


    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 53 min
    HPLCP Transmissions - Ep 04 - S. T. Lakata and J. H. Moncrieff

    HPLCP Transmissions - Ep 04 - S. T. Lakata and J. H. Moncrieff

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast Presents: Transmissions, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak interview S. T. Lakata about his book Imagining Rachel and J. H. Moncrieff about her novel Shadow of the Sasquatch.

    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Ancient Krell Music 5" by Carlo Serafini (used under Creative Commons license)

    S. T. Lakata's Links

    Amazon
    Twitter
    Website

    J. H. Moncrieff's Links

    Amazon
    Facebook
    Twitter
    Website

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of G. A. Lungaro. He can be found on Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, and at his website.

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s

    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 29 min
    HPLCP Fragments - Ep 11 - Michael Mann's The Keep

    HPLCP Fragments - Ep 11 - Michael Mann's The Keep

    In this episode of the HP Lovecast, Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss the 1983 Michael Mann film, The Keep, which is an adaptation of F. Paul Wilson's novel of the same name.

    Episode written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak
    Episode edited by: Michele Brittany
    Intro/Outro Music: "Azathoth" by Philippe Gerber / John 3:16 (Bandcamp page)

    Amazon Prime Video page for The Keep can be found here.

    Bumper

    This episode's bumper is courtesy of Howard David Ingham. You can find him at his website, Room 207 Press, Twitter, and purchase books via Amazon.

    You can check out our interview with Howard David Ingham in Transmissions episode 1.

    Support HP Lovecast Podcast

    If you liked this episode and want to support HP Lovecast, consider purchasing one of our books:

    Horror Literature from Gothic to Post-Modern: Critical Essays
    Horror in Space : Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre
    James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy
    The New Peplum: Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s

    Or consider donating to our Ko-Fi account. 

    • 43 min

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