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H.P. Lovecraft’s “Memory” Fanzine Edition. Text by Howard Phillips Lovecraft, illustrated by Kim Holm 27 illustrations, 70 pages total. “Memory” is part one of Kim Holm’s densely illustrated takes on H.P. Lovecraft’s four small and under-appreciated prose poems.
H.P. Lovecraft, Kim Holm
Manga Sized Trade Paperback
Page Count: 70
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This brief and lyrical text is a meditation on time and doom, painted in stark black brush-strokes. Created from scratch in 24 hours straight at the Oslo 24h Comics Challenge 2014, this new version is re-scanned and re-lettered to be more darker and beautiful than ever. Included are the two essays “The Importance of Memory” and “Discovering Lovecraft”. Also coming in 2015: “Ex-Oblivione” “What The Moon Brings” “Nyarlathotep” Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license, this work is intended to be spread. Kim Holm adds his nightmarish brush-strokes to four of H.P. Lovecraft’s shortest and least known tales, the prose-poems “Memory”, “Ex-Oblivione”, “What The Moon Brings”, and “Nyarlathotep”, and creates a quadrilogy of dream, despair, death, and doom.