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The Xothic Legend Cycle: The Complete Mythos Fiction of Lin Carter

The Xothic Legend Cycle: The Complete Mythos Fiction of Lin Carter
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Cover of the first edition
Author Lin Carter
Illustrator Dave Carson
Cover artist H.E. Fassl
Country United States
Language English
Series Cthulhu Cycle
Genre Fantasy, Horror short stories
Publisher Chaosium
Publication date 1997
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages xiv, 272 pp,
ISBN ISBN 1-56882-078-X
OCLC Number 39165493

The Xothic Legend Cycle: The Complete Mythos Fiction of Lin Carter is a collection of horror short stories by science fiction and fantasy author Lin Carter, edited by Robert M. Price. It gathers together his "Xothic" tales and some of his other Cthulhu Mythos writings. It was first published as a trade paperback by Chaosium in 1997 as book 13 of the publisher's "Cthulhu Cycle" series. The collection has also been translated into German.

The book collects thirteen stories by Carter, two of them collaborative, his sonnet cycle "Dreams from R'lyeh" and an additional story by Price, all set in H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, together with an introduction by Price.

"Dreams from R'lyeh" previously appeared in Carter's poetry collection of the same title, published by Arkham House in 1975.

Contents

Contents

  • "Introduction" (by Robert M. Price)
  • "The Red Offering"
  • "The Dweller in the Tomb"
  • "The Thing in the Pit"
  • "Out of the Ages"
  • "The Horror in the Gallery" Note: this is the original title of this story, which was published as "Zoth-Ommog" in the DAW Books edition (only) of The Disciples of Cthulhu anthology (see Cthulhu Mythos anthology).
  • "The Winfield Heritance"
  • "Perchance to Dream"
  • "Strange Manuscript Found in the Vermont Woods"
  • "Dreams from R'lyeh: A Sonnet Cycle" (poems)(reprinted from Dreams from R'lyeh; note: the other poems included in the Arkham House volume are not reprinted here).
  • "Something in Moonlight"
  • "The Fishers from Outside"
  • "Behind the Mask"
  • "The Strange Doom of Enos Harker" (with Robert M. Price)
  • "The Bell in the Tower" (with H. P. Lovecraft)
  • "The Soul of the Devil-Bought" (by Robert M. Price)

See also

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