A Letter to Barlow
Each issue of Miskatonic Missives contains a reprint of one of H.P. Lovecraft's most interesting letters, presented alongside related archival material such as contemporary short stories, art, and maps, as well as original art and new scholarship.
Each volume is also packaged with a set of exclusive extras—replicas of related historical documents and ephemera such as photos, maps, ticket stubs, postcards, news clippings, and diary pages.
This issue of Miskatonic Missives explores two letters sent from H.P. Lovecraft to Robert H. Barlow in March & April 1934. The book is printed in full colour on premium quality paper, Smythe sewn, and bound with a hardcover.
Vol. I, No. 2 includes the following facsimile items:
- A period postcard depicting a wealthy neighbourhood in DeLand, Florida;
- A Florida Motor Lines bus ticket stub, similar to that which Lovecraft would have received on his travels;
- A page from a catalogue showing 'The Luck of Edenhall’, a glass beaker with a fascinating history; and
- A re-creation of a period map of DeLand, Florida.
Title: Miskatonic Missives
Editors: Sean Branney & Andrew Leman
Date of publication: 2022
Format: Hardcover, 6 × 9 inches (152 × 229 mm)