A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS

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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS Copyright 1992 Chris Jarocha-Ernst All rights reserved The Cthulhu Mythos is a name given to the collected fiction, both prose and poetry, about a set of alien beings, invented by H. P. Lovecraft, his friends, and his admirers. It is what is today termed a "shared world": a number of writers use the same settings, characters, objects, and concepts in otherwise unrelated stories (i.e., it's not necessarily a series, though some series have been set in the Mythos). Most often, these are horror stories, though the Mythos does include science fiction, high fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and, in at least one case, mainstream fiction. In the world of the Cthulhu Mythos, alien beings known to us only as as the Great Old Ones came to this planet eons ago and ruled. Through unknowable events (some claim a cosmic war with opposing entities, some merely a time of rest), these beings lost their hold and are now either asleep, somehow restricted to certain areas, or located elsewhere in time and space. Here on Earth, primal memories of these beings gave birth to many of humanity's diverse mythologies, and the Great Old Ones were revered as gods. As always, there were those who would exchange their very souls for a taste of terrestrial power, and who dared to record their rites in blasphemous books, and so the worship of the Great Old Ones began and continues in secrecy to this day. Occasionally, an innocent learns the horrendous truths behind the sheer veil of reality and glimpses the ultratelluric chasms that exist, unknown to most, beneath our mundane existence. The Cthulhu Mythos stories chronicle the adventures of such unfortunates, frequently in as high-blown a style as the latter sentences of this paragraph are in. SOME NOTES ON THE BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1. It's very idiosyncratic. I've used Robert Weinberg and Edward P. Berglund's A READER'S GUIDE TO THE CTHULHU MYTHOS (Albuquerque, NM: Silver Scarab Press, 1973), Jack Chalker and Mark Owings's THE REVISED H. P. LOVECRAFT BIBLIOGRAPHY (Baltimore: Mirage Press, 1973), Lin Carter's LOVECRAFT: A LOOK BEHIND THE "CTHULHU MYTHOS" (New York: Ballantine Books, 1972), and Frank H. Parnell's MONTHLY TERRORS (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985) for much information, filling in where I can from my own research and the contents of my library. 2. Note that I take a very liberal view as to what constitutes a Mythos story. This work might more properly be called a bibliography of works, both prose and poetry, in the Cthulhu Mythos universe. In general, if a story mentions something found in another, accepted Mythos story, and treats it as real (i.e., not fictional), it, too, is a Mythos story, and mentions in yet other stories of things found in the first story make them Mythos stories, too. Merely evoking the atmosphere of the Mythos (or being a pastiche of HPL's style) is not enough. Being included in a self-styled collection of Cthulhu Mythos stories usually is, though I make note that a particular story may not contain a direct Mythos reference. 3. I'm trying for the first publication of *all* "acceptable" Mythos works, rather than every publication of a selected few. There are plenty of HPL bibliographies available that cover every publication of his works. I want *every* story that treats the Cthulhu Mythos as real, no matter who wrote it. At the very least, you can use the titles in this bibliography in conjunction with your library's indexing sources to find more accessable places of publication. Bending the "first publication" rule somewhat, I've decided (after being encouraged by comments on earlier versions of the bib) to use the "definitive" versions of Lovecraft, those "edited" by S. T. Joshi, as the "first publications" for HPL himself. (Some of this philosophy may also be found in the decisions to include later, sometimes expanded, versions of some stories, with notes referring to the earlier versions.) Time will tell whether or not this is a useful change. 4. However, I exclude parodies. In my view, a Mythos tale is one that takes HPL's invented mythology seriously. A humorous story can be included, but not one that makes fun of the basic premise of the Mythos. Because of this, I have chosen to exclude Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson's ILLUMINATUS! trilogy and its various sequels, along with those items (nicely done, but parodic at base) tying the Mythos to The Church of the Sub-Genius. The exclusion of parodies is new with the 1992 edition of the bib. Past editions have had such material included. There are probably items still in the bib which are parodies but which, because I haven't seen them, are given the benefit of the doubt and remain. If you know a particular item is a parody, I'd like to hear from you. 5. A judgment call on recurring people, places, and things: If it was *created* for the Mythos, or if a large number of its appearances are Mythos-related, I include all appearances. Examples are Brian Lumley's Titus Crow, Ramsey Campbell's Brichester and the Severn Valley, Clark Ashton Smith's Averoigne, Hyperborea, Poseidonis, and Zothique, and HPL's Arkham and Necronomicon. Often, characters created by one author are incorporated into the Mythos in a story by another author. The original author's stories usually then get mentioned in a note. However, still other stories, using that character, by additional authors are usually *not* mentioned, unless they, too, mention more widely accepted Mythos elements. For example, Sherlock Holmes is associated with the Mythos through a connection with August Derleth's Solar Pons; however, only the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories are considered Mythos-connected, and not the numerous pastiches written by many, many authors over the past hundred years. Similarly, mention of ghouls, the wendigo, or other elements of existing mythologies which have been incorporated into the Mythos is not enough to get a story included. These things must either be mentioned in connection with other Mythos elements, or they must be part of a consistant use of such elements, where one use is in connection with the Mythos. For example, HPL mentions Queen Nitocris in a couple of stories, including one Mythos story. Since his portrayal of Nitocris is consistent, I have included her name as a possible Mythos element. If another author (for example, Tennessee Williams or Lord Dunsany) uses Nitocris in a work without other Mythos connections, that is not enough to include the work in this bibliography. Some works have described non-Mythos-specific elements in ways reminiscent of actual Mythos elements, so I have given these works the benefit of the doubt and included "Term?" in their notes. In certain cases, while no direct, unequivocal Mythos connections are made, both the spirit of the work *and* an assortment of elements not usually found together except in the Mythos have combined to make the work eligible. For a specific example, see Henry Kuttner's "The Graveyard Rats", which not only evokes Mythos atmosphere but also links ghouls and the Phrygian Magna Mater, something done elsewhere in the Mythos proper and not, as far as I know, in real life. 6. Items I've rejected from the bib, along with the reasons for doing so, may be found in the appendix, "Near-Mythos". The information given for these works has been kept to a minimum. 7. The notes do not cover *every* term mentioned in a particular work, though in some cases I've tried for every significant term. At the very least, there's enough to show a linkage to other Mythos works. Where another source has indicated that a work is Mythos-related, but I haven't read that work, "\$" is given with the notes. (This portion of the bib needs the most work. I hope someday to link these notes with a glossary of Mythos terms.) I have a copy of any item in the bib *not* marked with the "\$". 8. I've tried to favor professional publication over amateur/little press, as far as "first publication" goes, mostly because the pro mags are more readily available. However, so many Mythos tales have been written in fanzines that to ignore them is to do a disservice to Lovecraft himself, who, after all, originally wrote for the "amateur" press. I differ with Weinberg and Berglund in not including "Proposed" stories, as it seems of little advantage to do so: by the time a proposed story sees print, if it ever does, it may have a new title or may even no longer belong to the Mythos. 9. I have included fragments and earlier versions of stories when these pieces provide new information about some aspect of the Cthulhu Mythos. 10. The scope has been limited to works of prose or poetry in English. (If you are aware of original Mythos works, published in other languages, which are not mentioned here, I would appreciate hearing from you.) Films have not been included (though their novelizations are eligible), nor have works in other media, such as comic books, television, or music. (But if you know of an exceptional work in such media which ought to be included, I'd like to hear from you.) 11. Chalk up any other inconsistencies/oddities to Note 1. I gladly welcome any corrections, additions, news of forthcoming related items, etc. If you have a copy of something I haven't read, *please* tell me what's in it, at least. I have most of the Chaosium CALL OF CTHULHU game supplements, but they are not included here as they aren't "fiction". (I'll still welcome news about them, though.) I may be reached in any of the following methods: Electronic mail Internet: cje@gandalf.rutgers.edu BITnet: JAROCHAERNST@ZODIAC.BITNET United States Mail Chris Jarocha-Ernst 624 Georgetown Road Nazareth, PA 18064 Telephone Work (12:00 Noon -- 1:00 PM, EST): 908-932-0265 Home (7:00 PM -- 10:00 PM, EST): 215-837-8069 Please respect the times given. Cthulhu fthagn! ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I wish to thank the following people for their contributions to the ongoing work of tracing Mythos references. Robert Allen, Guy Bock, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes, Kenneth Hite, Lars-Ove Karlsson, Paul Mather, and the various other contributors to the (late) Mythos-Delvers Digest and readers of the Usenet newsgroups rec.arts.sf-lovers, rec.arts.books, rec.arts.comics, and alt.horror and the BITNET-based HORROR and GRUSUM discussion lists. There are others, as well, whose names have, sadly, been forgotten, and to them I offer not only my thanks but my apologies. Special thanks must go to Jeffrey Brooks, who passed on to me a sizable collection of Lovecraftiana and swelled the size of the second edition of the bib, and to the efforts of Marc A. Michaud, for Necronomicon Press, LOVECRAFT STUDIES, associated works, and, with Robert M. Price, CRYPT OF CTHULHU, which have made available many ephemeral, rare, and otherwise unlikely-to-have-been- seen-by-me-but-for-them items. Honorary degrees in Medieval Metaphysics to one and all! A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS 1. Peter Ackroyd, FIRST LIGHT, NY: Random House, 1989. \$. Mentions Hyades; Old Ones. 2. Fred C. Adams, "The Dark Bride", EODapa, June 1973. \$. Mentions ? 3. Fred C. Adams, "Harbringer", Bromion (EODapa), June 1 1973. \$. Poem. Mentions ? 4. Fred C. Adams, "The Debt of the Summoner", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, July 1973. \$. Mentions ? 5. Fred C. Adams, "The Fleece of Yaggar", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, July 1973. \$. Mentions ? 6. Fred C. Adams, "The Punishment of Igharta", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, July 1973. \$. Mentions ? 7. Fred C. Adams, THE CHAOS SPAWN, The Library Lovecraftian, No. 2, North Hollywood, CA: Shroud Publishers, 1974. Mentions Necronomicon; Pnakotic Manuscripts; Xathagorra. 8. Fred C. Adams, "The Mask of Zeng", Space and Time, No. 22, January 1974. Mentions Cthulhu; Scroll of Ytha. 9. Fred C. Adams, "He Who Creeps", Spoor Anthology, No. 2, Fall 1974. \$. Mentions ? 10. Fred C. Adams, "Inathotep's Tale", Unique Tales, No. 1, 1974. \$. Mentions ? 11. Fred C. Adams, "The Still Ones", The Dark Messenger Reader, Winter 1975. \$. Mentions ? 12. Fred C. Adams, "The Temple of Bones", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, October 1977. Mentions Hastur. 13. Fred C. Adams, "The Son of Misharga", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, October 1977. Mentions Shub-Niggurath. 14. Fred C. Adams, "The Feast of Argatha", Fantasy Tales, No. 2, Winter 1977. \$. Mentions ? 15. Steffan B. Aletti, "The Castle in the Window", Magazine of Horror, No. 22, July 1968. \$. Mentions Necronomicon; R'lyeh. 16. Steffan B. Aletti, "The Last Work of Pietro Apono", Magazine of Horror, No. 27, ? 1969?. \$. Mentions Gloriae Cruoris; Mnemabic Fragments; Necronomicon. 17. Mike Ambrose, "Wei-Thogga", Macabre, May 1972. \$. Mentions ? 18. James Anderson, "The Myth of the Mythos", Eldritch Tales, No. 2, January 1981. \$. Issue published out of sequence. Mentions ? 19. James Anderson, "Dark Swamp", Eldritch Tales, No. 9, April 1983. \$. Mentions ? 20. Herb Arnold, "Those Beneath the Waves", in H.P.L., Meade and Penny Frierson, ed., Birmingham, AL: Meade and Penny Frierson, 1972. Mentions Cthulhu; Deep Ones. 21. Arthur Aspromatis, "Lure to Darkness", Spoor Anthology, No. 2, Fall 1974. \$. Mentions ? 22. A. Aspromatis, "... And the Sleepers Awoke", Eldritch Tales, No. 3, March 1978. \$. Mentions Old Ones; Olaus Wormius. 23. Alfred A. Attanasio, "Fungi", Tamlacht, No. 12, 1972. \$. Mentions ? 24. Al Attanasio, "The Elder Sign", in H.P.L., Meade and Penny Frierson, ed., Birmingham, AL: Meade and Penny Frierson, 1972. Mentions Elder Sign; R'lyeh. 25. A. A. Attanasio, "Glimpses", in NAMELESS PLACES, Gerald W. Page, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Mentions Cthulhu; Nodens; Yog-Sothoth. 26. A. A. Attanasio, "The Star Pools", in NEW TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS, Ramsey Campbell, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1980. Mentions Cthulhu; Nyarlathotep; R'lyeh; Voorish Ritual. 27. Ross F. Bagby, "The Horror in the Blue Glass Bottle", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, October 1977. Mentions Azathoth; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Hastur; Nyarlathotep; Yog-Sothoth. 28. Ross F. Bagby, "The Arctic Stone", Eldritch Tales, No. 7, June 1980. Mentions Cthulhu; Dagon; Daoth-Yhol. 29. Daniel Bailey, "The Fearful Fane", Evermist, Winter 1975. \$. Poem. Mentions ? 30. Jerry Baker, "The Skull of Gur'la-Ya", Eldritch Tales, No. 7, June 1980. Mentions Arkham, MA; Gur'la-Ya; Kingsbrook. 31. Lee Barwood, "Devil God", Revelations from Yuggoth, No. 1, ? 1987. \$. Mentions Pnakotic Manuscripts. 32. Steve Behrends, "Abdul Alhazred", Space and Time, No. 46, January 1978. \$. Poem. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul. 33. Edward P. Berglund, "Wings in the Night", The Dark Messenger Reader, Winter 1975. \$. Mentions ? 34. E. P. Berglund, "The Sand Castle", Eldritch Tales, No. 2, January 1981. \$. Issue published out of sequence. Mentions ? 35. Elizabeth Berkeley and H. P. Lovecraft, "The Crawling Chaos", in THE HORROR IN THE MUSEUM AND OTHER REVISIONS, S. T. Joshi, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1989. Definitive text from manuscript. Refers to Nyarlathotep? 36. Eddy C. Bertin, "Waiting in the Dark", Dark Horizons, March 1973. Poem. Mentions Cthulhu. 37. Eddy C. Bertin, "Darkness, My Name Is", in THE DISCIPLES OF CTHULHU, Edward P. Berglund, ed., New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1976. Mentions Cyaegha; Dunkelh\:{u}gel, Germany; R'lyeh; Vaeyen. 38. Ambrose Bierce, "An Inhabitant of Carcosa", in TALES OF SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS, NY: Lovell, Coryell, 1891. Mentions Carcosa; Hali. 39. Ambrose Bierce, "The Death of Halpin Frayser", in CAN SUCH THINGS BE?, NY: Cassell, 1893. Mentions Hali. 40. Ambrose Bierce, "Haita the Shepherd", in ?, ?, ?. Mentions Hastur. 41. Robert Bloch, "The Secret in the Tomb", Weird Tales, May 1935. Mentions Eibon; Eldertown; Ghouls; Necronomicon; Prinn, Ludvig. 42. Robert Bloch, "The Suicide in the Study", Weird Tales, June 1935. Mentions d'Erlette, Comte; Necronomicon; Prinn, Ludvig. 43. Robert Bloch, "Black Lotus", Unusual Stories, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1935. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul. 44. Robert Bloch, "The Shambler from the Stars", Weird Tales, September 1935. Mentions Byatis; Eibon; Han; Magnum Innominandum; Necronomicon; Prinn, Ludvig, Shambler; Yig. 45. Robert Bloch, "Mother of Serpents", Weird Tales, December 1936. Mentions Yig. 46. Robert Bloch, "The Mannikin", Weird Tales, April 1936. Mentions Bridgetown; Prinn, Ludvig; Shub-Niggurath; Yig. 47. Robert Bloch, "The Faceless God", Weird Tales, May 1936. Mentions Carnoti, Doctor; Eibon; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep; Prinn, Ludvig. 48. Robert Bloch, "The Opener of the Way", Weird Tales, October 1936. Mentions Carnoti, Doctor; Nyarlathotep. 49. Robert Bloch, "The Grinning Ghoul", Weird Tales, June 1936. Mentions Ghouls; Leng; Necronomicon; Nis; N'kai; Prinn, Ludvig. 50. Robert Bloch, "The Dark Demon", Weird Tales, November 1936. Mentions Bridgetown; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep. 51. Robert Bloch, "The Creeper in the Crypt", Weird Tales, July 1937. \$. Mentions Arkham, MA. 52. Robert Bloch, "The Secret of Sebek", Weird Tales, November 1937. Mentions de Marigny, Etienne-Laurent; Nyarlathotep; Prinn, Ludvig; Weildan, Professor. 53. Robert Bloch, "Fane of the Black Pharaoh", Weird Tales, December 1937. Mentions Necronomicon; Nephren-Ka; Nyarlathotep. 54. Robert Bloch, "The Brood of Bubastis", Weird Tales, July 1937. Mentions Prinn, Ludvig. 55. Robert Bloch, "The Eyes of the Mummy", Weird Tales, April 1938. Mentions Weildan, Professor. 56. Robert Bloch, "The Sorcerer's Jewel", Strange Stories, February 1939. Mentions Prinn, Ludvig. 57. Robert Bloch, "Black Bargain", Weird Tales, May 1942. \$. Mentions De Vermis Mysteriis. 58. Robert Bloch, "The Unspeakable Betrothal", in AVON FANTASY READER \#9, Avon Book Co., 1949. Mentions Yuggoth. 59. Robert Bloch, "The Shadow from the Steeple", Weird Tales, September 1950. Mentions Nyarlathotep. 60. Robert Bloch, "Notebook found in a Deserted House", Weird Tales, May 1951. Mentions Shoggoths; Shub-Niggurath. 61. Robert Bloch, "The Man Who Collected Poe", Famous Fantastic Mysteries, October 1951. Mentions Eibon; Prinn, Ludvig. 62. Robert Bloch, "The Night They Crashed the Party", Weird Tales, November 1953. \$. Mentions ? 63. Robert Bloch, "Sneak Preview", Amazing Stories, November 1959. \$. Mentions Shambler? 64. Robert Bloch, "Philtre Tip", Rogue, March 1961. \$. Mentions Prinn, Ludvig. 65. Robert Bloch, STRANGE EONS, Los Angeles: Pinnacle Books, 1979. Sections of this novel appeared in ''Whispers'', September-October, 1978. Mentions Cthulhu; Nyarlathotep; Pickman, Richard Upton; R'lyeh. 66. Robert Bloch and Henry Kuttner, "The Black Kiss", Weird Tales, June 1937. \$. Mentions Michael Leigh. 67. Robert Bloch (and H. P. Lovecraft), "Satan's Servants", in SOMETHING ABOUT CATS AND OTHER PIECES, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1949. Mentions Heber; Necronomicon; Roodsford. 68. Robert Borski, "Kiss an Angel Good Morning", Etchings and Odysseys, No. 1, Spring 1973. Mentions Tsathoggua. 69. Robert Borski, "Nightmare's Promise", Etchings and Odysseys, No. 2, May 1983. \$. Mentions ? 70. Bernadette Bosky, "Eyewitness Accounts, Dunwich 1928", Nyctalops, January 1980. Poem. Mentions Dunwich, MA. 71. Marion Zimmer Bradley, WITCH HILL, NY: Tom Doherty Associates (Tor), 1990. Mentions Arkham, MA; Azathoth; Innsmouth, MA; Miskatonic University; MacLaren, Colin. Through this, the other Colin MacLaren novels, THE INHERITOR and DARK SATANIC, are linked to the Mythos. 72. Joseph Payne Brennan, "The Keeper of the Dust", Macabre, No. XI, Summer 1962. Mentions Ka-Rath (Quachil Uttaos?). 73. Joseph Payne Brennan, "Arkham Episode", in H.P.L., Meade and Penny Frierson, ed., Birmingham, AL: Meade and Penny Frierson, 1972. Poem. Mentions Arkham, MA. 74. Joseph Payne Brennan, "The Willow Platform", Whispers, No. 1, July 1973. Mentions Wendigo (Ithaqua?). 75. Joseph Payne Brennan, "The Seventh Incantation", in SCREAM AT MIDNIGHT, Macabre House, 1973. Mentions Nyogtha; True Magik; Wenn, Theophilus. 76. Joseph Payne Brennan, "Forringer's Fortune", in NAMELESS PLACES, Gerald W. Page, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Mentions Cthulhu. 77. Joseph Payne Brennan, "The Feaster from Afar", in THE DISCIPLES OF CTHULHU, Edward P. Berglund, ed., New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1976. Mentions Granbury; Hastur. 78. David J. Brown, "Born of Woman", Spoor Anthology, No. 2, Fall 1974. \$. Mentions ? 79. John Brunner, "The Pronounced Effect", Weird Tales, Vol. 51, No. 4, Summer 1990. Mentions Miskatonic University (though in a possibly fictional context). 80. John Brunner, "Concerning the Forthcoming Inexpensive Paperback Translation of the Necronomicon of Abdul Alhazred", Weird Tales, Vol. 53, No. 3, Spring 1992. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Arkham, England; Arkham, MA; Cthulhu; Dunwich, England; Miskatonic University; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep; Shub-Niggurath; Tsathoggua; Xastur (Hastur); Yog-Sothoth. 81. Donald R. Burleson, "The Pool", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 47, Roodmass 1987. Based on notes by Lovecraft and Wilfred Blanch Talman. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Azathoth; Cthulhu; Necronomicon; Shub-Niggurath; Yog-Sothoth. 82. Crispin Burnham, "Images in Stone", The Dark Messenger Reader, Winter 1975. \$. Mentions ? 83. Crispin Burnham, "Temple of the Demon", Eldritch Tales, No. 7, 1980. Mentions Great Race of Yith; Nyarlathotep; Quy; Quyagen; Rogos; Y'nathogguans; Yog-Sothoth; Zysl'm. 84. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "The Lurkers Beneath", Spoor Anthology, No. 2, Fall 1974. \$. Mentions ? 85. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "Curse of the Black One", The Diversifier, September 1974. \$. Mentions ? 86. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "Beneath the Sleeping City", The Dark Messenger Reader, Winter 1975. \$. Mentions ? 87. Llewellyn M. Cabos (as C. H. Mallory), "Mad Eyes in Darkness", The Dark Messenger Reader, Winter 1975. \$. Mentions ? 88. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "The Nameless Isle", Space and Time, No. 31?, July 1975. \$. Mentions ? 89. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "Candles Burning Blue", From Beyond the Dark Gateway, October 1977. Mentions Cthulhu; Hastur; Necronomicon; Serpent-People. 90. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "The Color from Beyond", Eldritch Tales, No. 4, October 1978. \$. Mentions Azathoth; Great Race; Haddoth; Necronomicon. 91. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "The Thing in the Abyss", Eldritch Tales, No. 5, April 1979. Mentions Book of Eibon; Necronomicon; Yog-Sapha. 92. Llewellyn M. Cabos, "Dr. Dexter", Threshold of Fantasy, Spring 1982. \$. Mentions Nyarlathotep? 93. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Church in High Street", in DARK MIND, DARK HEART, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1962. Mentions Azathoth; Cthulhu; Dholes; Goatswood, England; Leng; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep; Temphill, England; Yog-Sothoth; Yuggoth. 94. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Room in the Castle", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Byatis; Camside, England; Elder Sign; Necronomicon; Prinn, Ludvig; Sangster; Severnford, England. 95. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Horror from the Bridge", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Celaeno; Clotton, England; Eibon; Elder Sign; Glyu'vho; Jenner, Rev.; Necronomicon; Temphill, England; Yr-Nhhngr. 96. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Insects from Shaggai", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Azathoth; Brichester, England; Goatswood, England; L'gy'hx; Shaggai; Thuggon; Xiclotl. 97. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Render of the Veils", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Camside, England; Crystallizers; Daoloth; Glaaki; Necronomicon; Taylor, Edward; Tond; Yuggoth. 98. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Inhabitant of the Lake", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Aklo; Alhazred, Abdul; Baalblo; Brichester, England; Crystallizers of Dream; Glaaki; Goatswood, England; Shaggai; Tagh-Clatur; Tond; Vulthoom; Yifne'; Yuggoth. 99. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Plain of Sound", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Camside; Glaaki; Necronomicon; Severnford, England; S'glhuo; Yog-Sothoth. 100. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Return of the Witch", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Goatswood, England; Severnford, England. 101. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Mine on Yuggoth", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Azathoth; Brichester, England; Camside, England; Glaaki; Joiry; Mi-Go; Necronomicon; Pott, Henricus; Tagh-Clatur; Taylor, Edward; Tond; Y'golonac; Yuggoth. 102. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Will of Stanley Brooke", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England. 103. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Moon-Lens", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Exham, England; Goatswood, England; Shub-Niggurath. 104. J. Ramsey Campbell, "A Word from the Author", in THE INHABITANT OF THE LAKE AND LESS WELCOME TENANTS, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Camside, England; Clotton, England; Goatswood, England; Pott, Henricus; Revelations of Glaaki; Severnford, England; Temphill, England. 105. J. Ramsey Campbell, "The Stone on the Island", in OVER THE EDGE, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1964. Mentions Brichester, England; Elder Sign. 106. Ramsey Campbell, "The Face in the Desert", Mirage, 7 1965. Mentions Glaaki, Irem; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep; Sebek. 107. Ramsey Campbell, "The Childish Fear", Alien Worlds, January 1966. \$. Mentions ? 108. Ramsey Campbell, "The Scar", Startling Mystery Stories, Summer 1969. Mentions Brichester, England. 109. J. Ramsey Campbell, "Cold Print", in TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1969. Mentions Brichester, England; Byatis; Cthulhu; Daoloth; Eihort; Franklyn, Roland; Glaaki; Goatswood, England; Shub-Niggurath; Y'golonac. 110. Ramsey Campbell, "Napier Court", in DARK THINGS, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1971. Mentions Brichester, England; Severnford, England. 111. Ramsey Campbell, "Broadcast", in NEW WRITINGS IN HORROR AND THE SUPERNATURAL, David Sutton, ed., Sphere Books, Vol. 1, 1971. \$. Mentions ? 112. J. Ramsey Campbell, "A Madness from the Vaults (II)", in H.P.L., Meade and Penny Frierson, ed., Birmingham, AL: Meade and Penny Frierson, 1972. Mentions Azathoth; Opojollac; Tond. 113. Ramsey Campbell, "The Other House", in NEW WRITINGS IN HORROR AND THE SUPERNATURAL, David Sutton, ed., Sphere Books, Vol. 2, 1972. \$. Mentions ? 114. Ramsey Campbell, "The Enchanted Fruit", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Goatswood, England. 115. Ramsey Campbell, "Potential", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England. 116. Ramsey Campbell, "At First Sight", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England. 117. Ramsey Campbell, "Errol Undercliffe: A Tribute", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Undercliffe, Errol. 118. Ramsey Campbell, "The Franklyn Paragraphs", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Eihort; Franklyn, Roland; Tond; Undercliffe, Errol. 119. Ramsey Campbell, "The Interloper", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Undercliffe, Errol. 120. Ramsey Campbell, "The Sentinels", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Exham, England. 121. Ramsey Campbell, "The Old Horns", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Old Horns. 122. Ramsey Campbell, "The Guy", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England. 123. Ramsey Campbell, "Made in Goatswood", in DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1973. Mentions Brichester, England; Goatswood, England. 124. Ramsey Campbell, "Reply Guaranteed", Whispers, No. 5, November 1974. Mentions Brichester, England. 125. Ramsey Campbell (as Montgomery Comfort), "The Stages of the God", Whispers, No. 5, November 1974. Mentions Tond; Yifne'. 126. Ramsey Campbell, "Litter", in THE HEIGHT OF THE SCREAM, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1976. Mentions Brichester, England. 127. Ramsey Campbell, "Second Chance", in THE HEIGHT OF THE SCREAM, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1976. Mentions Brichester, England. 128. Ramsey Campbell, "Ash", in THE HEIGHT OF THE SCREAM, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1976. Mentions Brichester, England. 129. Ramsey Campbell, "The Telephones", in THE HEIGHT OF THE SCREAM, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1976. Mentions Berkeley, England; Brichester, England; Severnford, England. 130. Ramsey Campbell, "Dolls", in THE FOURTH MAYFLOWER BOOK OF BLACK MAGIC STORIES, Mayflower?, 1976. Mentions Camside, England; Jenner, Rev. 131. Ramsey Campbell, "The Seductress", in THE SIXTH MAYFLOWER BOOK OF BLACK MAGIC STORIES, Mayflower?, 1976. Mentions Brichester, England; Camside, England. 132. Ramsey Campbell, "The Tugging", in THE DISCIPLES OF CTHULHU, Edward P. Berglund, ed., New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1976. Mentions Brichester, England; Daoloth; Ghroth; Glaaki; M'nagalah. 133. Ramsey Campbell, "The Pattern", in SUPERHORROR, Ramsey Campbell, ed., St. Martin's Press, 1976. Mentions Camside, England. 134. Ramsey Campbell, "The Brood", in DARK FORCES, Kirby McCauley, ed., NY: Viking, 1980. Refers to Eihort? 135. Ramsey Campbell, "Before the Storm", Fantasy Readers Guide 2, March 1980. Mentions Eihort; Glaaki; Shaggai; Temphill, England; Tond; Yuggoth. 136. Ramsey Campbell, "The Faces At Pine Dunes", in NEW TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS, Ramsey Campbell, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1980. Mentions Cthulhu; Exham, England; Glaaki; Great Old Ones; Necronomicon; Old Horns; Prinn, Ludvig; Severnford, England. 137. Ramsey Campbell, "Among the pictures are these:", Nyctalops, No. 16, March 1981. Mentions Exham, England. 138. Ramsey Campbell, "The Voice of the Beach", Fantasy Tales, No. 10, Summer 1982. No direct Mythos references, though Campbell says it's a Mythos story. 139. Ramsey Campbell, "The Revelations of Glaaki", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 23, St. John's Eve 1984. Quote from the Revelations of Glaaki. Mentions Revelations of Glaaki. 140. Ramsey Campbell, "A Madness from the Vaults (I)", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 43, Hallowmas 1986. Earlier draft; variation of story. Mentions Crystalizer of Dream; Opojollac; Tond. 141. Ramsey Campbell, "The Tomb Herd", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 43, Hallowmas 1986. Earlier version of ''The Church in High Street''. Mentions Arkham, MA; Kingsport, MA; Necronomicon; Yog-Sothoth. 142. Ramsey Campbell, "The Tower from Yuggoth", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 43, Hallowmas 1986. Earlier version of ''The Mine on Yuggoth''. Mentions Arkham, MA; Azathoth; Dunwich, MA; Necronomicon; R'lyeh Text; Yuggoth. 143. Ramsey Campbell, "Blacked Out", in COLD PRINT, Tor Books, 1987. Mentions Haunter of the Dark? 144. Ramsey Campbell, "After the Queen", in COLD FEAR, Hugh Lamb, ed., ?, ?. \$. Mentions ? 145. Philip Canning, "Irem", Anubis, Spring 1967. \$. Poem. Mentions ? 146. ''H. P. Lovecraft'' and Peter Cannon, "The Madness out of Space", Eldritch Tales, No. 8 and 9, January 1982 and April 1983. \$. Mentions ? 147. R. Flavie Carson, "Innsmouth--Dread City By the Sea", The Nekromantikon, Summer 1950. \$. Poem. Mentions ? 148. Lin Carter, "Unknown Kadath", Amra, Vol. 2, No. 39, 1966. Sonnet 12 of ''Dreams from R'lyeh''. Mentions Kadath; Shantaks; Pnakotic Manuscript. 149. Lin Carter, THONGOR AND THE WIZARD OF LEMURIA, NY: Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1969. Revision of THE WIZARD OF LEMURIA. Mentions Hyperborea; Lemuria, Seprent-People; Thongor. By extension, the Thongor adventures are connected with the Mythos: ''Black Hawk of Valkarth'', ''Black Moonlight'', ''The City in the Jewel'', ''Thieves of Zangabal'', ''Keeper of the Emerald Flame'', THONGOR IN THE CITY OF MAGICIANS, THONGOR AGAINST THE GODS, THONGOR OF LEMURIA/THONGOR AND THE DRAGON CITY, THONGOR FIGHTS THE PIRATES OF TARAKUS, and THONGOR AT THE END OF TIME. 150. Lin Carter, "The Doom of Yakthoob", The Arkham Collector, Vol. 1, No. 10, Summer 1971. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Necronomicon; Yakthoob. 151. Lin Carter, "Shaggai", in DARK THINGS, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1971. Mentions Shaggai; Pnakotic Manuscripts; Eibon. 152. Lin Carter, "The Dweller in the Tomb", in DARK THINGS, August Derleth, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1971. Mentions Mi-Go; Mu; Zanthu Tablets. 153. Lin Carter, "Litany to Hastur", in THE SPAWN OF CTHULHU, Lin Carter, ed., Ballantine Books, 1971. Sonnets 20-23 of ''Dreams from R'lyeh'' Mentions Hastur. 154. Lin Carter, THE BLACK STAR, Dell Publishing Company, 1973. Mentions Atlantis; Rhakotis. 155. Lin Carter, "The City of Pillars", Kadath (American), Summer 1974. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Ebn Khallikan; Ghouls; Great Old Ones; Irem; Kara-Shehr; Nameless City; Necronomicon; Nug; Nyogtha; Rituals of Yhe; Xuthltan; Yog-Sothoth. 156. Lin Carter, "In the Vale of Pnath", in NAMELESS PLACES, Gerald W. Page, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Mentions Eibon; Ghouls; Pnath. 157. Lin Carter, "Out of the Ages", in NAMELESS PLACES, Gerald W. Page, ed., Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Mentions Cthulhu; Mu; Ubb; Ythogtha; Yuggs; Zoth-Ommog. 158. Lin Carter, DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. While the entire sonnet sequence may be considered a Mythos ''story'', only certain poems contain Mythos references. Introduction mentions Arkham, MA; Cthulhu; Gorstadt; Hoag; Innsmouth, MA; Necronomicon; Ponape; Shrewsbury. 159. Lin Carter, "Remembrances", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 1. Poem. Mentions Arkham, MA; Kingsport, MA. 160. Lin Carter, "Arkham", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 2. Poem. Mentions Arkham. 161. Lin Carter, "The Shunned Church", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 6. Poem. Refers to Arkham. 162. Lin Carter, "The Accursed", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 30. Poem. Refers to Nyarlathotep. 163. Lin Carter, "The Library", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 7. Poem. Mentions Ethan Hoag. 164. Lin Carter, "The Locked Attic", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 5. Poem. Mentions Ethan Hoag. 165. Lin Carter, "The Festival", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 3. Poem. Mentions Dagon. 166. Lin Carter, "The Old Wood", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 4. Poem. Mentions Arkham, MA; Shub-Niggurath. 167. Lin Carter, "The Last Ritual", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 7. Poem. Mentions Gorstadt. 168. Lin Carter, "Black Zimbabwe", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 17. Poem. Mentions R'lyeh; Yuggoth. 169. Lin Carter, "The Elder Age", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 10. Poem. Mentions R'lyeh; Yuggoth. 170. Lin Carter, "Lost R'lyeh", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 11. Poem. Mentions Cthulhu; R'lyeh. 171. Lin Carter, "Abdul Alhazred", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 13. Poem. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Carcosa; Hali; Hastur; Necronomicon; R'lyeh; Tsathoggua; Yuggoth. 172. Lin Carter, "Hyperborea", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 14. Poem. Mentions Hyperborea. 173. Lin Carter, "The Book of Eibon", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 15. Poem. Mentions Commoriom; Eibon; Hyperborea; Tsathoggua. 174. Lin Carter, "Tsathoggua", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 16. Poem. Mentions Hyperborea; Shantaks; Tsathoggua. 175. Lin Carter, "The Return", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 18. Poem. Mentions Necronomicon. 176. Lin Carter, "The Sabbat", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 19. Poem. Mentions Arkham. 177. Lin Carter, "Black Lotus", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 20. Poem. Mentions Haddath. 178. Lin Carter, "The Unspeakable", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 21. Poem. Mentions Byakhee; Carcosa; Hali; Hastur. 179. Lin Carter, "Carcosa", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 22. Poem. Mentions Carcosa; Hali; The King in Yellow. 180. Lin Carter, "The Candidate", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 23. Poem. Mentions The King in Yellow. 181. Lin Carter, "The Dream-Daemon", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 24. Poem. Mentions Arkham, MA; Ith; Yaddath. 182. Lin Carter, "Dark Yuggoth", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 25. Poem. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Yuggoth. 183. Lin Carter, "The Silver Key", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 26. Poem. Mentions Abhoth; Byatis; Night-Gaunts; Y'ha-nthlei. 184. Lin Carter, "The Peaks Beyond Throk", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 27. Poem. Mentions Ghouls; Mnar; Throk. 185. Lin Carter, "Spawn of the Black Goat", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 28. Poem. Mentions Cthulhu; Elder Sign; Shub-Niggurath. 186. Lin Carter, "Beyond", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 29. Poem. Mentions Byakhee; Carcosa; Commoriom; Cykranosh; Kadath; Shantaks; Tsathoggua; Yith; Yuggoth. 187. Lin Carter, "The Million Favored Ones", in DREAMS FROM R'LYEH, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1975. Sonnet 31. Poem. Mentions Kadath; Leng; Mnar; Nyarlathotep; Yhe; Yuggoth. 188. Lin Carter, "Zoth-Ommog", in THE DISCIPLES OF CTHULHU, Edward P. Berglund, ed., New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1976. Mentions Arkham, MA; Cthulhu; d'Erlette, Comte; Glaaki; Necronomicon; Poseidonis; Prinn, Ludvig; Santiago, CA; Sincaul, Cyprian; von Junzt; Vulthoom; Winfield; Zothique; Zoth-Ommog. 189. Lin Carter, "Dreams in the House of Weir", in WEIRD TALES 1, Lin Carter, ed., Kensington Publishing Co. (Zebra Books), 1980. Mentions Dholes; Prescott; Yaddith. 190. Lin Carter, "The Thing in the Pit", in LOST WORLDS, New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1980. Mentions Cthulhu; Dagon; Ghatanothoa; Hydra; Iod; Nug; Ponape Scripture; Ubb; von Junzt; Vorvadoss; Yeb; Yig; Ythogtha; Zanthu Tablets; Zoth-Ommog. 191. Lin Carter, "The Seal of Zaon Sathla", in LOST WORLDS, New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1980. Mentions Atlantis; Ommom-Vog; Rhakotis; Sfanomoe: 192. Lin Carter, "Something in the Moonlight", in WEIRD TALES 2, Kensington Publishing Co. (Zebra Books), 1981. \$. Mentions ? 193. Lin Carter, "The Winfield Inheritance", in WEIRD TALES 3, Lin Carter, ed., Kensington Publishing Co. (Zebra Books), 1981. Mentions Arkham, MA; Derby; Eibon; Necronomicon; Santiago, CA; Winfield; Worms of the Earth; Yuggs. 194. Lin Carter, "The Vengeance of Yig", in WEIRD TALES 4, Kensington Publishing Co. (Zebra Books), 1983. Mentions Yig; Serpent People; K'n-Yan; Yoth. 195. Lin Carter, "The Unbegotten Source", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 23, St. John's Eve 1984. Mentions Azathoth; Book of Eibon; Celaeno; Elder Gods; Haon-Dor; Ubbo-Sathla; Y'qaa. 196. Lin Carter, "The Thing under Memphis", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 22, Roodmass 1984. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Book of Eibon; Byagoona; Memphis; Mao Games; Necronomicon; Nhhngr; Tsathoggua; Uthgos Chant; Voola Ritual; Yr. 197. Lin Carter, "The Incantation of the Elder Sign", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 23, St. John's Eve 1984. Mentions Clithanus; Elder Sign; Necronomicon. 198. Lin Carter, "Susran", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 26, Hallowmas 1984. Poem. Mentions Gadeiron; Malygris; Poseidonis; Susran. 199. Lin Carter, "The Acolyte of the Flame", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 36, Yuletide 1985. Mentions Aphoom Zhah; Hyperborea; Pnakotic Manuscripts. 200. Lin Carter, "The Stone from Mnar", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 36, Yuletide 1985. Mentions Ib; Necronomicon; star-stone. 201. Lin Carter, "Mnomquah", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 31, Roodmass 1985. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Bokrug; Elder Race; Great Old Ones; Ib; Kara-Shehr; Mnomquah; Nameless City; Necronomicon; Nug-yaa; Pnakotic Manuscripts; Sarnath; Sebek; Thuun'ha; Ubboth. 202. Lin Carter, "The Vault beneath the Mosque", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 29, Candlemass 1985. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Black Mosque; Nameless City; Necronomicon; Nnh. 203. Lin Carter, "The Madness out of Time", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 39, Roodmass 1986. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Azathoth; Black Lotus; Dholes; Hounds of Tindalos; K'thun; Leng; Liao; Little People of the Wood; Necronomicon; Noth-Yidik, Pnakotic Manuscripts; Shub-Niggurath. 204. Lin Carter, "Behind the Mask", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 47, Roodmass 1987. \$. Mentions ? 205. Lin Carter, "Concerning Them from Outside", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 23, St. John's Eve 1987. Mentions Necronomicon. 206. Lin Carter, "The Benevolence of Yib", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 51, Hallowmass 1987. \$. Mentions Yib. 207. Lin Carter, "Dreams of the Black Lotus", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 48, St. John's Eve 1987. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Black Lotus; Gugs; Mnomquah; Nameless Mist; Necronomicon; Shoggoths; Valusia. 208. Lin Carter, "Perchance to Dream", CRYPT OF CTHULHU, No. 56, Roodmass 1988. Mentions Cthulhu; Ythogtha; Zarnak. 209. Lin Carter, "Strange Manuscript Found in the Vermont Woods", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 54, Eastertide 1988. Mentions Arkham, MA; Hoag; Liber Ivonis; Necronomicon; Of Evil Sorceries; Tsathoggua; Zvilpoggua. 210. Lin Carter, "The Secret in the Parchment", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 54, Eastertide 1988. Mentions Aklo; Book of Eibon; Haon-Dor; Hyperborea; Nug-Soth; Voolas; Voors; Zulchequon. 211. Lin Carter, "Dead of Night", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 54, Eastertide 1988. Through this, Robert E. Howard's Steve Harrison stories are connected to the Mythos. Mentions Book of Iod; Cthugha; Ubbo-Sathla; Zarnak; Zulchequon. 212. Lin Carter, "The Fishers from Outside", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 54, Eastertide 1988. Mentions Antarktos; Aphoom Zhah; Bal-Sagoth; Book of Eibon; Chaugnar Faugn; Cold Ones; Fishers from Outside; Gol-Goroth; Hoag; Ithaqua; Leng; Mnomquah; Nug-yaa; Ponape Scripture; Quumyagga; Rlim Shaikorth; Shantaks; Ubboth; Yaarek; Yig; Ylidheem; Yogash; Zimbabwe. 213. Lin Carter, "The Shadow from the Stars", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 54, Eastertide 1988. Mentions Alhazred, Abdul; Black Mountain; Gugs; Kuthchemes; Magnum Innominandum; Nameless Mist; Necronomicon; Yog- Sothoth. 214. Lin Carter, VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. While the entire poem sequence may be considered a Mythos ''story'', only certain poems contain direct Mythos references. Mentions Yaddith. 215. Lin Carter, "The Mage Nzoorka", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 3. Poem. Mentions Mthura; Nug-Soth; Nython. 216. Lin Carter, "The Fumblers at the Gate", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 4. Poem. Mentions Dholes; Yaddith. 217. Lin Carter, "The Gathering-Place", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 5. Poem. Mentions Stronti; Xoth. 218. Lin Carter, "The Searchers from Afar", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 6. Poem. Mentions Dholes; Kath; Kythamil; Nzoorl. 219. Lin Carter, "The Return to Yaddith", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 7. Poem. Mentions Ktynga; Nyarlathotep; Phenoth; Shaggai; Vhoorl; Yarnak; Ymar; Zaoth. 220. Lin Carter, "The Word from Abbith", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 8. Poem. Mentions Abbith; Yith. 221. Lin Carter, "The City Falls", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 9. Poem. Mentions Nug-Soth. 222. Lin Carter, "To Worlds Afar", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 10. Poem. Mentions Dholes; Nug-Soth. 223. Lin Carter, "The Prophecy", in VISIONS FROM YADDITH, Mount Olive, NC: Charnel House Publishers, 1988. Sonnet 11. Poem. Mentions Kythamil; Shaggai; Yaddith; Zaoth. 224. Lin Carter, "The Strange Doom of Enos Harker", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 69, Yuletide 1989. Fragment. Mentions Arkham, MA; Leng; R'lyeh Text; Santiago, CA; Tcho-Tcho People. 225. Lin Carter, "The Book of Preparations", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 70, Candlemas 1990. Mentions Abbith; Abhoth; Alhazred, Abdul; Aphoom Zhah; Atlach-Nacha; Azathoth; Byatis; Chaugnar Faugn; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Daoloth; Eibon; Elder Gods; Fire-Vampires; Fthaggua; Ghatanothoa; Glaaki; Glyu-Vho; Great Old Ones; Han; Hastur; Idh-yaa; Ithaqua; K'n-yan; Kthanid; Leng; Lloigor; Necronomicon; Nodens; Nyarlathotep; Nyogtha; Rhan-Tegoth; Shub-Niggurath; Tsathoggua; Ubbo-Sathla; 'Umr-at-Tawil; Vhoorl; Vulthoom; Xoth; Yaanek; Y'golonac; Yibb-Tstll; Yig; Yog-Sothoth; Y'quaa; Ythogtha; Zhar; Zoth-Ommog. 226. Lin Carter, "The Book of the Gates", Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 70, Candlemas 1990. Mentions Abbith; Aihai; Aklo; Alhazred, Abdul; Aphoom Zhah; Azathoth; Black Lotus; Byakhee; Byatis; Cthulhu; Cykranosh; Deep Ones; Dho formula; Dholes; D'horna-ahn Energies; Dreamlands; Eibon; Ephiroth; Faveolate Colossi; Ghasts; Ghouls; Glaaki; Gugs; Hastur; Hnaa; Hounds of Tindalos; Kadatheron; Kaman-Thah; Kish; Koth; Kthanid; Kythamil; Liao; Little People of the Wood; Metal Brains; Mi-Go; Miri Nigri; Nahag; Nasht; Necronomicon; N'gha-Kt

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