Wednesday, September 21, 2016

September 21, 2016

I am holding a book signing for H. P. Lovecraft & the Black Magickal Tradition (2015) at the Barnes & Noble bookstore on the Georgia Tech University campus in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, September 24, 2016.   This will happen three days from today!  The signing will begin at 12 PM and will conclude as late as I can manage, probably 6 PM or thereabouts. 

The Georgia Tech University is one of the most prestigious universities in the US and is host to a large group of Lovecraft fans and aficionados, or so I’ve been told, and I want to spend as much time with them as possible.

The bookstore is located on 48 5th Street NW Atlanta, GA, 30308.  The landline is (404) 894-2515.  More information about this can be obtained via the website:

H. P. Lovecraft was the foremost fantasist of the 20th century and his work continues to have an influential effect on our literature and our culture.  In addition, Lovecraft  holds a place among the most advanced thinkers of his time and indeed, of the 21st century, and it is fitting for me, and for everyone, in fact, to acknowledge this and to pay homage to this truly great man. 

I will be talking about all of this at the signing; anything that my guests want to talk about.  But I will, also, be having a great time, and I want the people who come out to see me to have a good time as well. 

It is autumn; the pumpkin season; the time of Halloween; the time of life and death; and we can talk about all of this and celebrate it!  But death is life and life can be eternal life!

So, Lovecraft fans in Atlanta, come out!  See me!  And pick up a copy of my book!


1 comment:

  1. Hello. I heard an interview with you on Jim Harold's Paranormal Podcast several months ago. You mentioned an up-coming book challenging the Lovecraft de-mythologization hypothesis of HPL scholars like Joshi and Price. Is said book still in the works?