(urth) The problem of Cthulhu
matthew.keeley.1 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 19 14:23:11 PDT 2007
Thanks for the advice. I've been meaning to read some Gaiman this summer,
and you've given me a good idea of where to start. I have a copy of Smoke
and Mirrors at home; I might even be able to get to those stories tonight.
On 6/19/07, don doggett <kingwukong at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- Matthew Keeley <matthew.keeley.1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I haven't read "A Study in Emerald," though as a fan
> > of both Holmes and
> > Lovecraft, I really should. Everyone says it's
> > incredible.
> It's a masterpiece of short fiction. Gaiman's all over
> the place in terms of quality, but this is a prime
> example of why he's so highly regarded. His other
> Cthulhu tale is Only the End of the World Again, which
> uses Larry Talbot, the wolfman, and is also a
> continuation of, and tribute to, Harlan Ellison's
> Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans. Oh yeah, and
> Shoggoth's Old Peculiar, which is pretty funny. Both
> of these are in Smoke and Mirrors.
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