Thursday, April 16, 2009

Lovecraft, Edward S Lauterbach, and 1973 Fanzine

From the seller:

This 1973 copy of The Dark Brotherhood Journal #3 was published by George H. Record who started an organization for fans of Weird Tales magazine, Arkham House books and other macabre fiction and called it The Dark Brotherhood. The name came from an Arkham House book of stories and articles by and about H.P. Lovecraft. After producing a number of newsletters and several of these journals, George Record seemed to disappear and the organization was no more. We think these journals were produced in a very limited quantity because we have a membership roster which only listed 116 persons as members, including some famous-name honorary members. Cover by Craig Robertson.

Ave (editorial) by George H. Record
Lovecraft in the British Thriller by Edward S. Lauterbach
Atlantis: The Temple by Edward S. Lauterbach
Witch House by Edward S. Lauterbach
Reprinting the Classics by J.B. Post
The Second Passenger by Basil Copper
About Bram Stoker by Kenneth W. Faig, Jr. (includes a bibliography of Stoker's work)

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