The King In Yellow alludes to a fictional drama that drives men mad. The play describes a Yellow King that exists beyond the bounds of space and time and that malevolently toys with and destroys human lives.
The Dream Quest of Randolph Carter by H.P. Lovecraft – These five stories take Carter backwards and forwards through time, across outer space, and across a number of dimensions.
The Werewolf Snarls – Nine early horror stories from Manly Wade Wellman including his first published story and his memoriam on the passing of H.P. Lovecraft.
Fungi from Yuggoth is a sonnet cycle of 36 sonnets by H. P. Lovecraft. Most of the sonnets were written in the nine day span between December 27, 1929 and January 4, 1930; thereafter individual sonnets appeared in various magazines such as Weird Tales.
The Hounds of Tindalos and Other Stories – five stories of horror from Frank Belknap Long, Jr. including three classic contributions to the Cthulhu Mythos.
At the Mountains of Madness tells of the Miskatonic University Expedition into the Antarctic in search of deep-level specimens of rock and sod, and relates for the first time the strange and terrible experiences and discoveries of the expedition.
Dreams and Horror – Two Novelettes by H.P. Lovecraft
The Dunwich Horror – “Oh, oh, great Gawd . . . that . . . that.”
The Dreams in the Witch-House – A story of mathematics, witchcraft and Walpurgis Night, in which the horror creeps and grows—
Early Cthulhu Stories – seven early stories by H.P. Lovecraft that are the foundation of the Cthulhu Mythos. The Cthulhu stories describe a race of “Elder Beings” who once ruled the universe, but who are now imprisoned or sleeping in some remote part of the Earth or elsewhere in the universe. They only await the time “when the stars are right” to return and resume their rule. Monsters and evil humans live and act to hasten this return.