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Lovecraft. Lovecraft. Everywhere.Lovecraft is a titan of the horror genre. No one can deny the lasting and far-reaching grip of his legacy. However, he was a commercial failure in
Gods of Jade and Shadow, Into the Planet, Out, and More
A Review of ‘A Little Hatred’
A review by Rachel Ayers
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Everything you need to know to submit essays to The Arcanist!
The celebrated novel was written one dime at a time in the UCLA library basement.
Science meets science fiction in an essay by John McLaughlin
Dolphins, the meaning of life, and Babel Fish
An exploration of the Trickster inside Avatar: The Last Airbender and Gravity Falls
It’s our birthday! We’re celebrating with a story contest, Year One anthology, and more.
A literal blood moon.
How a literary rival created a fake image of one of America’s most-beloved poets.
“Four legs good, two legs bad.”
Check Thyself Lest Thy Wreck Thyself — Sir Cube of Ice
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit . . .
How Roald Dahl uses child-like themes to create a wildly adult novel.
The photo ought to speak for itself here.
I want my hat back.
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