A Summer Break

Since I’m fully immersed in finishing a rough draft of my second book, a biography of iconic horror writer H.P. Lovecraft and his time in New York City, I’ll be stepping away from the blog for several weeks.

In the meantime, I hope that you’ll check out some past pieces and enjoy the beginning of your summer.

Love(craft) and Marriage: A New York Story

As mentioned in previous posts, I am amidst writing a biography of iconic horror writer H.P. Lovecraft and his unsung New York years (1924-1926). Gotham, the official blog of the Gotham Center for New York City History, recently published an article distilling my ongoing research and offering a teaser of my forthcoming book.

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Greenwich Village with H.P. Lovecraft

Greenwich Village was the New York City epicenter of modern art, experimental literature, and radical politics in the 1920s. During his brief New York sojourn (1924-1926), author H.P. Lovecraft loved visiting this neighborhood for its architecture and urban design. He wandered its streets — often at dusk or deep in the night — and swooned at the simple sight of a vintage lamppost, a curving alleyway, or a door knocker.

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