Wednesday, April 04, 2012


My copy of The Case of Charles Dexter Ward arrived today. I only finished it in February so I was somewhat surprised. Oh my goodness, where to start, where to start?! Rather chuffed to bits. Many thanks to SMH for all their help and expertise - especially the wonderful Lizzie Kaye who put up with no end of nonsense from me obsessing about the color!). Unlike 'At the Mountains of Madness' there's no forward in this book - the marvelous Dan Lockwood* does however provide the jacket copy which actually serves as a forward - instead we leap straight in with a curious symbol… What could it be? Oh, the mystery! The book's out this May, so, not too many sleeps till you can find out for yourselves. 

*Aside from being a marvelous fellow, Dan Lockwood is also editor and occasional writer of The Lovecraft Anthology - volume 2 of which is just out NOW from SelfMadeHero. Get it. It is brilliant! Get it also because Chris Lackey and Chad Fifer (with whom I'm working on Deadbeats) have written two brilliant adaptations for it. Go get it NOW and make your Lovecraft collection like mine.


Joel Harley said...

A beautiful adaptation, thank you. SelfMadeHero (and yourself) really are the go to guys for Lovecraft adaptations.


I. N. J. Culbard said...

Thank you very much, Joel. Glad you enjoyed it!

And there will be more next year…

Arion said...

You got me, I'll make sure to get it and read it.

Meanwhile, I've just reviewed New Deadwardians # 2 here:

Check it out and tell me what you think.


I. N. J. Culbard said...

I saw that and retweeted it in fact. Thank you very much for the kind words. Glad you're enjoying the book!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Hey they're using youir cover in this article about Del Toro making 'At the Mounatins of Madness'