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Cthulhu Commune- a Lovecraftian Fanzine, issues 1 and 2.

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Cthulhu Commune is a Lovecraftian fanzine that I edited and illustrated on the occasions of the NecronomiCon-Providence conventions, and the two issues offer interviews, articles, and art. The first issue, printed in 2013, is 14 black and white pages with a wrap-around cover, while the second issue, printed in 2015, is 30 pages. The issues contain interviews with authors Jeffrey Thomas, Pete Rawlik, Brian M. Sammons, Adam Joffrain, Alex Houstoun, and Mike Davis, and artists Mike Bukowski and Jason McKittrick, along with the man behind NecronomiCon-Providence, Niels Hobbs.

These zines are 5.5"x 8.5", saddle-stitched, printed on 20lb stock paper. There were 1000 copies of the Cthulhu Commune #1 printed and made available at NecronomiCon-Providence 2013, the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival- San Pedro 2013, and Monstermania-Maryland 2013, and the remaining copies are all that will be available. Cthulhu Commune #2 was limited to 125 signed and numbered copies, and is available only on my Etsy store.

For more information, visit the Cthulhu Commune blog at www.cthulhucommune.com.


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