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edited by Robert MacAnthony

Classic Fantasy



H.P. Lovecraft is widely regarded as a modern master of the horror tale, and his Cthulhu Mythos have wide-ranging influence in modern popular culture. This volume presents the work of four authors who heavily influenced Lovecraft's own literary development. Included here are:


- Algernon Blackwood's "The Willows," described by Lovecraft as "the greatest weird tale ever written;"

- Arthur Machen's "The Great God Pan," which Stephen King described as "one of the best horror stories ever written. Maybe the best in the English language;" and

- Robert W. Chambers' "The Yellow Sign" taken from his volume described by E.F. Bleiler as "one of the most important works of American supernatural fiction."


As well as nine other stories from these authors and M.R. James. Also included is H.P. Lovecraft's seminal essay "Supernatural Horror in Fiction."


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by R. Scott Kimsey

Children's Fantasy, Ages 6 and Up



Something weird is going on at Lorelei's school. And not good weird. She's already nervous about starting her first day as a second-grader. The bright spot in her day is that she has an amazingly cute new lunch box to take with her (it's purple and yellow and has kittens on it!). When she accidentally leaves the lunch box in the cafeteria, a trip to the Lost and Found room is in order. And that's where the weirdness begins. 

Lorelei's quest to retrieve her lunch box takes her hot on the trail of a monster who steals from the Lost and Found room. Inside the walls of the school she discovers a village of little blue goblins and takes part in a math contest against their chief. But does she ever get her lunch box back?


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