December Belongs To Cthulhu

December Belongs to Cthulhu on Tor.com

Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn…

In deference to the Great Old Ones, Tor.com has devoted this December to everyone’s favorite cosmic tentacled thing-that-cannot-be-described from Vhoorl. All month long we’ll be posting articles, stories, and comics relating to the Lovecraft Mythos, and we’ve invited scholars, editors, and fans of the snuggly beast to contribute. We’re thrilled to welcome as bloggers Ellen Datlow, Stephen H. Segal, Seamus Cooper, and others on Tor.com for this very special occasion (along with our regular lineup, natch).

We’ll also be hosting a heap of writhing, sliming giveaways, for your Cthulhumas pleasure. So stay tuned, and remember, kids:

That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange aeons even death may die.

Blog Posts:

12/1: “December Belongs to Cthulhu on Tor.com” by Management Services

12/1: “An Introduction to H.P. Lovecraft” by Stephen H. Segal

12/1: “A Cthulhu Christmas, some gift suggestions—part one” by Ellen Datlow

12/1: “Announcing Discounted Books on the Tor Store for Cthulhu Month!” by Pablo Defendini

12/2: “12 Days of Lovecraft” by Seamus Cooper

12/2: “Tor.com wishes you a Merry Cthulhumas!” by Scott Brundage

12/2: “Cthulhu Christmas Cards!” by Irene Gallo

12/3: “H. P. Lovecraft, Founding Father of SF Fandom” by Patrick Nielsen Hayden

12/3: “Show us your tentacles: A Lovecraft art meme” by Irene Gallo

12/4: “Why We Still Write Lovecraft Pastiche” by Elizabeth Bear

12/4: “It’s The Most Horrible Time of the Year! Solstice Music Review” by Mur Lafferty

12/8: “Lovecraft Fresh: ‘The Alchemist’ and ‘The Outsider'” by S.J. Chambers

12/8: “At the Mondays of Madness via the Cthulhu art jam thread” by Irene Gallo

12/8: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Call of Cthulhu'” by Seamus Cooper

12/9: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Shadow over Innsmouth'” by Seamus Cooper

12/10: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Dunwich Horror'” by Seamus Cooper

12/10: “Cthulhu in a jar” by Jason Henninger

12/11: “The eldritch roots of Victorian squeampunk” by Patrick Nielsen Hayden

12/14: “Look at What Wilson Did!” by Bennett Lovett-Graff

12/14: “At the Mondays of Madness via the Cthulhu art jam thread” by Irene Gallo

12/15: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Colour Out of Space'” by Seamus Cooper

H. P. Lovecraft Collected Essays

12/15: “A Cthulhu Christmas, some gift suggestions—part two” by Ellen Datlow

12/16: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Thing on the Doorstep'” by Seamus Cooper

12/16: “Why Lovecraft Works” by Bennett Lovett-Graff

12/17: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Haunter of the Dark'” by Seamus Cooper

12/17: “Sucker Love: Celebrating the naughty tentacle” by Amanda Gannon

12/18: “Lovecraft Fresh: ‘The Hound'” by S.J. Chambers

12/21: “Spreading the Love: An Interview with Innsmouth Free Press” by S.J. Chambers

12/21: “At the Mondays of Madness via the Cthulhu art jam thread” by Irene Gallo

12/21: “H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast” by Pablo Defendini

12/22: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ’The Shadow Out of Time’” by Seamus Cooper

12/22: “A Cthulhu Christmas, some gift suggestions—part three” by Ellen Datlow

12/23: “12 Days of Lovecraft: ‘The Dreams in the Witch House'” by Seamus Cooper

12/23: “The Lovecraftian Art of Miss Monster” by GD Falksen

12/24: “12 Days of Lovecraft: The Music of Erich Zann” by Seamus Cooper

Lovecraft, Marc Simonetti

12/25: “Cthulhu Month Wallpaper: Marc Simonetti’s R’lyeh” by Irene Gallo

12/27: “Grendel’s Den and the Photography of the Unnamable” by GD Falksen

Amiee Stewart, Lovecraft

12/28: “At the Mondays of Madness via the Cthulhu art jam thread” by Irene Gallo

12/28: “H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast, Part Two” by Pablo Defendini

12/29: “12 Days of Lovecraft: “From Beyond”” by Seamus Cooper

12/30: “12 Days of Lovecraft: “The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath”” by Seamus Cooper

12/30: “Lovecraft Fresh: “The Color Out of Space” and “The Call of Cthulhu”” by S.J. Chambers

12/30: “Ann VanderMeer’s Fried Cthulhu” by Stephen H. Segal

12/31: “Backing Into Lovecraft” by Jonathan Howard

12/31: “Ken Hite on Lovecraft and Everything” by Bruce Baugh

01/03: “The Sweet Scent of Lurking Fear: Elizabeth Barrial, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and H.P. Lovecraft” by J. Melusine Royal

 

Original Fiction:

12/4: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: Nyarlathotep, I’m Breaking Up with You” by Jason Henninger

12/7: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: The Other Other Gods” by Jason Henninger

12/11: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: At the Libs of Madness” by Jason Henninger

12/14: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: Rudolph, the Pink-Skinned Deep One” by Jason Henninger

12/16: “The Tempest Wakens” by Kurt Huggins and Zelda Devon

12/18: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Night-Gaunt” by Jason Henninger

12/21: “I Speak Fluent Giraffe: The Accursed Waning Ossuary” by Jason Henninger

12/22: “Overtime” by Charles Stross

12/24: “Notes From an Emergency Meeting of the Institute for the Study of Cephalopod Progress” by Jesse Bullington, Matthew Dyer, Felix Gliman and Matt Staggs

I, Cthulhu

12/28: “I, Cthulhu, or, What’s A Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing In A Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47° 9’ S, Longitude 126° 43’ W)?” by Neil Gaiman

12/29: “I’m Glad I Waited, by a Sacrificial Virgin” by Reina Hardy

12/31: “Farewell Performance” by Nick Mamatas

 

Giveaways:

12/25: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 1″ by Torie Atkinson

12/26: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 2″ by Torie Atkinson

12/27: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 3″ by Torie Atkinson

12/28: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 4″ by Torie Atkinson

12/29: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 5″ by Torie Atkinson

12/30: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 6″ by Torie Atkinson

12/31: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 7″ by Torie Atkinson

01/01: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 8″ by Torie Atkinson

01/02: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 9″ by Torie Atkinson

01/03: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 10″ by Torie Atkinson

01/04: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 11″ by Torie Atkinson

01/05: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: Day 12″ by Torie Atkinson

01/05: “12 Days of Cthulhumas: FTHAGN!” by Torie Atkinson

 

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