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  • Title: A Mountain Walked: Great Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos
  • Author: S.T. Joshi H.P. Lovecraft Caitlín R. Kiernan David Ho John Kenn Mortensen
  • ISBN: 9781613470534
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. S.T. Joshi H.P. Lovecraft Caitlín R. Kiernan David Ho John Kenn Mortensen

    Sunand Tryambak Joshi b 22 June 1958 in Pune, India is an Indian American literary scholar, and a leading figure in the study of Howard Phillips Lovecraft and other authors Besides what some critics consider to be the definitive biography of Lovecraft H P Lovecraft A Life, 1996 , Joshi has written about Ambrose Bierce, H L Mencken, Lord Dunsany, and M.R James, and has edited collections of their works.His literary criticism is notable for its emphases upon readability and the dominant worldviews of the authors in question his The Weird Tale looks at six acknowledged masters of horror and fantasy namely Arthur Machen, Algernon Blackwood, Dunsany, M R James, Bierce and Lovecraft , and discusses their respective worldviews in depth and with authority A follow up volume, The Modern Weird Tale, examines the work of modern writers, including Shirley Jackson, Ramsey Campbell, Stephen King, Robert Aickman, Thomas Ligotti, T E D Klein and others, from a similar philosophically oriented viewpoint The Evolution of the Weird Tale 2004 includes essays on Dennis Etchison, L P Hartley, Les Daniels, E F Benson, Rudyard Kipling, David J Schow, Robert Bloch, L P Davies, Edward Lucas White, Rod Serling, Poppy Z Brite and others.Joshi is the editor of the small press literary journals Lovecraft Studies and Studies in Weird Fiction, published by Necronomicon Press He is also the editor of Lovecraft Annual and co editor of Dead Reckonings, both small press journals published by Hippocampus Press.At the time of writing, Joshi is working towards the publication of the collected poetry of Clark Ashton Smith and George Sterling, and Lovecraft s Collected Essays.In addition to literary criticism, Joshi has also edited books on atheism and social relations, including Documents of American Prejudice 1999 , an annotated collection of American racist writings In Her Place 2006 , which collects written examples of prejudice against women and Atheism A Reader 2000 , which collects atheistic writings by such people as Antony Flew, George Eliot, Bertrand Russell, Emma Goldman, Gore Vidal and Carl Sagan, among others An Agnostic Reader, collecting pieces by such writers as Isaac Asimov, John William Draper, Albert Einstein, Frederic Harrison, Thomas Henry Huxley, Robert Ingersoll, Corliss Lamont, Arthur Schopenhauer and Edward Westermarck, was published in 2007.Joshi is also the author of God s Defenders What They Believe and Why They Are Wrong 2003 , an anti religious polemic against various writers including C S Lewis, G K Chesterton, T S Eliot, William F Buckley, Jr William James, Stephen L Carter, Annie Dillard, Reynolds Price, Elisabeth K bler Ross, Guenter Lewy, Neale Donald Walsch and Jerry Falwell, which is dedicated to theologian and fellow Lovecraft critic Robert M Price.In 2006 he published The Angry Right Why Conservatives Keep Getting It Wrong, which criticised the political writings of such commentators as William F Buckley, Jr Russell Kirk, David and Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Phyllis Schlafly, William Bennett, Gertrude Himmelfarb and Irving and William Kristol, arguing that, despite the efforts of right wing polemicists, the values of the American people have become steadily liberal over time.Joshi, who lives with his wife in Moravia, NY, has stated on his website that his most noteworthy achievements thus far have been his biography of Lovecraft, H P Lovecraft A Life and The Weird Tale.

206 thoughts on “A Mountain Walked: Great Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos”

  1. I have both the Centipede and Dark Regions editions and while the Centipede is the much comprehensive edition, it does not have the excellent Jason V Brock story The Man with the Horn, which is only in the Dark Regions edition.The Dark Regions edition excludes the T.C Boyle story while adding the Brock story It excludes the art galleries, comics, and the Lovecraft stories themselves It does include a number of the illustrations In a somewhat bizarre editorial oversight the author biography for [...]


  2. One of the most consistently good neo Lovecraftian anthologies I ve read, which is not surprising, given Joshi s stature in the field Under his deft editorial hand the reader is treated to a fine selection of tales spanning close to a century from 1933 to the present , each of which engages with Lovecraft and his legacy of cosmic horror in a markedly different way, yet as a whole flow and ring tonally true throughout Not a single story bored me, and I tore through all 600 pages of A Mountain Wal [...]


  3. 3.5 3.75 This was a hard one to rate I ve given it a lot of thought and am still unsure where it falls Anthologies, as I and countless others on have noted before, are by their very nature a mixed bag, and A Mountain Walked is no exception I m reminded of the old nursery rhyme There was a little girlWho had a little curlRight in the middle of her forehead.And when she was good,She was very, very good.And when she was bad she was horrid.For the most part AMW succeeds admirably most of the stories [...]


  4. About three years ago, I began reading THE CTHULHU MYTHOS by the self appointed successor to H.P Lovecraft, August Derleth As I look back over this dust covered tome, I find that I m not quite halfway through it in all of that time While there are good moments in it, it suffers from the worst writing traits of Lovecraft that is numbingly long blocks of narrative and a pretentious aura of self importance Unlike the best of Lovecraft, it s not original.That is why this collection of short stories [...]


  5. Absolutely stunning collection by Joshi I ve been sort of disenfranchised with Lovecraftian fiction as I ve explored other areas of weird this past year but this reinvigorated my love for the Cthulhu mythology The artwork here is amazing they even got one of my favorite genre artists John Kenn Mortensen see Sticky Monsters to contribute to this amazing book or should I call it a work of art The book starts with three amazing stories from authors that I hadn t heard of before some of who are one [...]


  6. There are some very good stories in here but I really didn t like anything from the big names This is quite a trend lately And it s like a small paradox.Because the editor is hoping to sell books because of the names on the cover but in fact their stories aren t quite satisfactory.But in the end this is a must for a fan of Lovecraft Mythos or of good old horror stories.Love it



  7. This is a large collection of stories either directly related to the Cthulhu mythos or related closely enough to not really have any true difference.Like most collections there are ones I really liked and others which I quickly flipped through because they just weren t my cup of ichor.It s overall a good collection I utterly LOVED the Neil Gaiman story The actual story was a bit disjointed but the description and evocative prose he used shows why Neil is a master storyteller.Another one, HungryR [...]


  8. Neil Gaiman story was worth itI liked some of these stories better than others, the mood varies from mystical to cynical and the genre from noir to thriller to Lovecraft pastiche interesting mix, worth it for the Gaiman story alone, but also one with a sympathetic portrayal of Wilbur Whateley.


  9. An anthology of the cosmic gorrorsSome anthologies try to keep one theme going throughout.This one brought fear, comedy, action, and obviously exestential dread to the pages.A great, albeit long read


  10. Starke, volumin se Sammlung von Geschichten aus dem Cthulhu Mythos, ausgew hlt von J.T Joshi Im Gegensatz zu vielen anderen aktuelle Anthologien nicht nur aktuelle Werke, sondern quer von den ersten Lovecraft Verbindungen bis heute.


  11. Some of the best Cthulhu Mythos stories I ve read Much better than the usual pastiche treatment these authors have made this shared universe their own As usual, I especially liked Neil Gaiman s contribution.


  12. Great Lovecraftian TalesUsually you will only find maybe one or two gems but not this anthology.I have my favorites as i am sure you will too.Pick this up



  13. Wow This collection is both huge and exceptional Too bad HPL did not write as well as these authors inspired by his works.


  14. Above average, but a bit of a mixed bag, as such anthologies always are The excellent Gemma Files contribution, Anasazi , is the standout piece and worth the entry fee on its own.


  15. I ll edit this Table of Contents with reviews of each story as I go The House of the Worm, by Mearle Prout3 5 Very much in line with Mythos, though the sense of completion at the end lacked the lingering sinister nature of my favorite Cthulhu stories Far Below, by Robert Barbour Johnson4 5 a great approach to urbanizing some classic ideas in the mythos Spawn of the Green Abyss, by C Hall Thompson5 5 amazing tale The Deep Ones, by James Wade5 5 amazing blend of Innsmouth tales and dolphin intelli [...]


  16. One or two of the short stories were average One I found so dull I just gave up on it But the vast majority were terrific.


  17. A GROCERY BAG OF TALES OF THE OLD ONES IT ISHello, there are some really good stories in here and some that should have never seen the light of day I could have done without the queer paramedic story Had to skip the thing Thanks.


  18. Very decent.I have to write twenty words here to post my starske being back in junior high If you re an H.P Lovecraft fan you will likely enjoy these stories.


  19. Mj g misjafnar s gur Sumar fram rskarandi g ar, a rar virka n stum eins og fremur d pur endurskrif eftir s gum Lovecraft.



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