I think the shirt (great designs f & b, Leslie!) goes best with things that drip and make odd noises, including lovers in the rain—but this drollery (for beings with two arms—sorry, others) could be worn anywhere and face or turn its back on anyone/thing, even a/t's who think Lovecraft, who? but love the fontplay.
And the best thing about the t is that it comes from a place where visitors will be captured, played with, and consumed by the contents—even if those visitors might have wandered into Lovecraft thinking they were the consumers, and were going to romp out with, say, a teddybear-making kit, includin the stuffin.
The Lovecraft Ezine itself is the spawn of a crazed love, fueled by the passion and undeep pockets of Mike Davis. Your help could keep the zine going, which means: help away!
There are two other reasons I'm writing this post.
- I highly approve of the style and attention to detail that Mike and his cohorts put into this newish magazine that quite uncommonly, has style as well as substance.
- I've been dogged. Upcoming in the April issue (I'm delighted to announce) is my report: "The Dog Who Wished He'd Never Heard of Lovecraft"