Two HPL Letters volumes for one special price!
Nominated for 2003 International Horror Guild Award
Alfred Galpin (1901-1983) was among H. P. Lovecraft's most brilliant and stimulating correspondents: a youthful prodigy, he had already become so knowledgeable in literature and philosophy that by 1921 Lovecraft wrote: "He is intellectually exactly like me save in degree. In degree he is immensely my superior-he is what I should like to be but have not brains enough to be." READ MORE
Rheinhart Kleiner (1892-1949) was one of H. P. Lovecraft's earliest correspondents. The recipient of the first issue of Lovecraft's amateur paper, the Conservative, in 1915, Kleiner challenged Lovecraft to reconsider his dogmatic views on race, literature, and society. READ MORE
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 10 September, 2011.