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The Lovecraft Notebooks

• More than 40 exclusive and previously unpublished illustrations
• A lively mix of anthropologist’s notebook and graphic novel
• Total immersion in the works of Lovecraft

H.P. Lovecraft, Armel Gaulme
The Lovecraft Notebooks
(Les Carnets Lovecraft)
Type
Illustrated
Word count
Between 2 300 and 10 000 words per book
Rights sold
(2 Countries) : Spain, Italy
Details
Book 1 Dagon
Book 2 The Nameless City
Book 3 The Rats in the Walls
Book 4 The Hound

Rediscover SF H.P. Lovecraft short stories

H.P. Lovecraft
Illustrated by Armel Gaulme

The result of H.P. Lovecraft’s fertile imagination, the founding stories of the Cthulhu Mythos have inspired countless writers, film-makers, and artists.

The dozens of sketches, anthropological drawings, and watercolours in these books give life to the text while also giving free rein to the reader’s imagination. It is an invitation to dive into the Lovecraft universe, a visual projection of his nightmares and obsessions, and the rendering of a fantastical world which has traumatised generations of readers.

• More than 40 exclusive and previously unpublished illustrations
• A lively mix of anthropologist’s notebook and graphic novel
• Total immersion in the works of Lovecraft

About the author

H.P. Lovecraft
Howard Phillips Lovecraft est sans nul doute l’auteur fantastique le plus influent du XXe siècle. Son imaginaire unique et terrifiant n’a cessé d’inspirer des générations d’écrivains, de cinéastes, d’artistes ou de créateurs...
Armel Gaulme
Armel Gaulme was born in 1981 to an ethnologist father and a distinguished journalist mother. He is an illustrator who trained at the Penninghen-Académie Julian art school in Paris. In this work he has set down on paper the visions that the Lovecraft mythology has inspired in him.