[Interior illustration -- duplicated on cover -- for "The Mask of Cthulhu" by August Derleth]
The cheerless cold and soggy dark of January is as good a time as any to read some Lovecraft. The Typing Monkey's only cracked one of his tales, and that was before the Clinton administration.
Just as we finally paid proper attention this past summer to Ray Bradbury, Howard Phillips Lovecraft is on the docket, via a lauded collection of shorts and novellas curated by Joyce Carol Oates. We're already scared.
With these Tinkelman works to inspire our eyes, the anticipation mounts. See more of Tinkelman's work here.