H.P. Lovecraft’s letter to Clark Ashton Smith, Dec. 13 1933 Here is Lovecraft’s response to Smith’s previous letter. Perhaps by way of apology for correcting his friend’s mistake, Lovecraft delves into the fictional Roman history of Averoigne. This letter truly highlights HPL’s talent for verisimilitude and world-building. Read by Tim. Enjoy!
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Clark Ashton Smith’s letter to H.P. Lovecraft, Dec. 4 1933 While doing research for the show—picture us hunched over dusty books in an old library, a single desk lamp lighting a cavernous room filled with tomes and an aged librarian hovering in the darkness—we stumbled upon a set of letters from Clark Ashton Smith and H.P. [...]