List of works by H. P. Lovecraft

List of works by H. P. Lovecraft

This is a complete, exhaustive list of works by H. P. Lovecraft. Dates are the time of composition, not publication. Many of these works can be found on .

Fiction

*"At the Mountains of Madness" (February-22 March 1931)
*"Azathoth" (June 1922)
*"Beyond the Wall of Sleep" (1919)
*"The Book" (late 1933?)
*"The Call of Cthulhu" (Summer 1926)
*"The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" (January-1 March 1927)
*"The Cats of Ulthar" (15 June 1920)
*"Celephaïs" (early November 1920)
*"The Colour out of Space" (March 1927)
*"Cool Air" (March 1926)
*"Dagon" (July 1917)
*"The Descendant" (1926?)
*"The Doom That Came to Sarnath" (3 December 1919)
*"The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath" (Autumn? 1926-22 January 1927)
*"The Dreams in the Witch House" (January-28 February 1932)
*"The Dunwich Horror" (Summer 1928)
*"The Evil Clergyman" (October 1933)
*"Ex Oblivione" (1920/21)
*"Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family" (1920)
*"The Festival" (October 1923)
*"From Beyond" (16 November 1920)
*"The Haunter of the Dark" (November 1935)
*"He" (11 August 1925)
*"Herbert West--Reanimator" (September 1921-mid 1922)
*"History of the Necronomicon" (1927)
*"The Horror at Red Hook" (1-2 August 1925)
*"The Hound" (September 1922)
*"Hypnos" (March 1922)
*"Ibid" (1928?)
*"In the Vault" (18 September 1925)
*"Life and Death" (1920?; lost)
*"The Lurking Fear" (November 1922)
*"Memory" (1919)
*"The Moon-Bog" (March 1921)
*"The Music of Erich Zann" (December 1921)
*"The Mystery of Murdon Grange" (1918; nonextant)
*"The Nameless City" (January 1921)
*"Nyarlathotep" (early December 1920)
*"Old Bugs" (1919)
*"The Other Gods" (14 August 1921)
*"The Outsider" (1921)
*"Pickman's Model" (1926)
*"The Picture in the House" (12 December 1920)
*"Polaris" (May? 1918)
*"The Quest of Iranon" (28 February 1921)
*"The Rats in the Walls" (August-September 1923)
*"A Reminiscence of Dr. Samuel Johnson" (1917)
*"The Shadow Out of Time" (November 1934-March 1935)
*"The Shadow over Innsmouth" (November?-3 December 1931)
*"The Shunned House" (16-19 October 1924)
*"The Silver Key" (1926)
*"The Statement of Randolph Carter" (December 1919)
*"The Strange High House in the Mist" (9 November 1926)
*"The Street" (1920?)
*"Sweet Ermengarde" (1917)
*"The Temple" (1920)
*"The Terrible Old Man" (28 January 1920)
*"The Thing on the Doorstep" (21-24 August 1933)
*"The Tomb" (June 1917)
*"The Transition of Juan Romero" (16 September 1919)
*"The Tree" (1920)
*"The Unnamable" (September 1923)
*"The Very Old Folk" (2 November 1927)
*"What the Moon Brings" (5 June 1922)
*"The Whisperer in Darkness" (24 February-26 September 1930)
*"The White Ship" (November 1919)

Collaborations, revisions, and ghostwritings

*"The Battle That Ended the Century" (with R. H. Barlow; June 1934)
*"The Challenge from Beyond" (with C. L. Moore; A. Merritt; Robert E. Howard, and Frank Belknap Long; August 1935)
*"Collapsing Cosmoses" (with R. H. Barlow; June 1935)
*"The Crawling Chaos" (with Winifred V. Jackson; 1920/21)
*"The Curse of Yig" (with Zealia Bishop; 1928)
*"The Diary of Alonzo Typer" (with William Lumley; October 1935)
*"The Disinterment" (with Duane W. Rimel; September 1935)
*"The Electric Executioner" (with Adolphe de Castro; 1929?)
*"The Green Meadow" (with Winifred V. Jackson; 1918/19)
*"The Horror at Martin's Beach" (with Sonia H. Greene; June 1922)
*"The Horror in the Burying-Ground" (with Hazel Heald; 1933/35)
*"The Horror in the Museum" (with Hazel Heald; October 1932)
*"In the Walls of Eryx" (with Kenneth Sterling; January 1936)
*"The Last Test" (with Adolphe de Castro; 1927)
*"The Lurker at the Threshold" (posthumous, with August Derleth; 1945)
*"The Man of Stone" (with Hazel Heald; 1932)
*"Medusa's Coil" (with Zealia Bishop; May 1930)
*"The Mound" (with Zealia Bishop; December 1929-early 1930)
*"The Night Ocean" (with R. H. Barlow; Autumn? 1936)
*"Out of the Aeons" (with Hazel Heald; 1933)
*"Poetry and the Gods" (with Anna Helen Crofts; 1920)
*"The Thing in the Moonlight" (with J. Chapman Miske; 24 November 1927)
*"Through the Gates of the Silver Key" (with E. Hoffmann Price; October 1932-April 1933)
*"Till A'the Seas" (with R. H. Barlow; January 1935)
*"The Trap" (with Henry S. Whitehead; late 1931)
*"The Tree on the Hill" (with Duane W. Rimel; May 1934)
*"Two Black Bottles" (with Wilfred Blanch Talman; July-October 1926)
*"Under the Pyramids" aka "Imprisoned with the Pharaohs" (with Harry Houdini; February-March 1924)
*"Winged Death" (with Hazel Heald; 1933)

Juvenilia

*"The Alchemist" (1908)
*"The Beast in the Cave" (21 April 1905; revised for publication 1918)
*"The Haunted House" (1898/1902; nonextant)
*"John, the Detective" (1898/1902; nonextant)
*"The Little Glass Bottle" (1897)
*"The Mysterious Ship" (1902)
*"The Mystery of the Grave-Yard" (1898)
*"The Noble Eavesdropper" (1897?; nonextant)
*"The Picture" (1907; nonextant)
*"The Secret of the Grave" (1898/1902; nonextant)
*"The Secret Cave or John Lees Adventure" (1898)

Poetry

*The Poem of Ulysses, or The Odyssey [8 November 1897]
*Ovid's Metamorphoses [1898-1902]
*H. Lovecraft's Attempted Journey betwixt Providence & Fall River on the N.Y.N.H. & H.R.R. [1901]
*Poemata Minora, Volume II [1902]
**Ode to Selene or Diana
**To the Old Pagan Religion
**On the Ruin of Rome
**To Pan
**On the Vanity of Human Ambition
*C.S.A. 1861-1865: To the Starry Cross of the SOUTH [1902]
*De Triumpho Naturae [July 1905]
*The Members of the Men's Club of the First Universalist Church of Providence, R.I., to Its President, About to Leave for Florida on Account of His Health [c. 1908-12]
* [To His Mother on Thanksgiving] [30 November 1911]
*To Mr. Terhune, on His Historical Fiction [c. 1911-13]
*Providence in 2000 A.D. [4 March 1912]
*New-England Fallen [April 1912]
*On the Creation of Niggers [1912]
*Fragment on Whitman [c. 1912]
* [On Robert Browning] [c. 1912]
*On a New-England Village Seen by Moonlight [7 September 1913]
*Quinsnicket Park [1913]
*To Mr. Munroe, on His Instructive and Entertaining Account of Switzerland [1 January 1914]
*Ad Criticos [January-May? 1914]
*Frustra Praemunitus [June? 1914]
*De Scriptore Mulieroso [June? 1914]
*To General Villa [Summer 1914]
*On a Modern Lothario [July-August 1914]
*The End of the Jackson War [October 1914]
*To the Members of the Pin-Feathers on the Merits of Their Organisation, and of Their New Publication, The Pinfeather [November 1914]
*To the Rev. James Pyke [November 1914]
*To an Accomplished Young Gentlewoman on Her Birthday, Decr. 2, 1914 [2 December? 1914]
*Regner Lodbrog's Epicedium [c. December 1914]
*The Power of Wine: A Satire [c. 8 December 1914]
*The Teuton's Battle-Song [c. 17 December 1914]
*New England [18 December 1914]
*Gryphus in Asinum Mutatus [1914?]
*To the Members of the United Amateur Press Association from the Providence Amateur Press Club [c. 1 January 1915]
*March [March 1915]
*1914 [March 1915]
*The Simple Speller's Tale [April 1915]
* [On Slang] [April 1915]
*An Elegy on Franklin Chase Clark, M.D. [29 April 1915]
*The Bay-Stater's Policy [June 1915]
*The Crime of Crimes [July 1915]
*Ye Ballade of Patrick von Flynn [c. 23 August 1915]
*The Issacsonio-Mortoniad [c. 14 September 1915]
*On Receiving a Picture of Swans [c. 14 September 1915]
*Unda; or, The Bride of the Sea [c. 30 September 1915]
* [On "Unda; or, The Bride of the Sea"] [c. 30 September 1915]
*To Charlie of the Comics [c. 30 September 1915]
*Gems from In a Minor Key [October 1915]
*The State of Poetry [October 1915]
*The Magazine Poet [October 1915]
*A Mississippi Autumn [December 1915]
*On the Cowboys of the West [December 1915]
*To Samuel Loveman, Esquire, on His Poetry and Drama, Writ in the Elizabethan Style [December 1915]
*An American to Mother England [January 1916]
*The Bookstall [January 1916]
*A Rural Summer Eve [January 1916]
*To the Late John H. Fowler, Esq. [March 1916]
*R. Kleiner, Laureatus, in Heliconem [April 1916]
*Temperance Song [Spring 1916]
*Lines on Gen. Robert Edward Lee [c. 18 May 1916]
*Content [June 1916]
*My Lost Love [c. 10 June 1916]
*The Beauties of Peace [27 June 1916]
*The Smile [July 1916]
*Epitaph on ye Letterr Rrr........ [29 August 1916]
*The Dead Bookworm [c. 29 August 1916]
* [On Phillips Gamwell] [1 September 1916]
*Inspiration [October 1916]
*Respite [October 1916]
*The Rose of England [October 1916]
*The Unknown [October 1916]
*Ad Balneum [c. October 1916]
* [On Kelso the Poet] [October? 1916]
*Providence Amateur Press Club (Deceased) to the Athenaeum Club of Journalism [24 November 1916]
*Brotherhood [December 1916]
*Brumalia [December 1916]
*The Poe-et's Nightmare [1916]
*Futurist Art [January 1917]
*On Receiving a Picture of the Marshes of Ipswich [January 1917]
*The Rutted Road [January 1917]
*An Elegy on Phillips Gamwell, Esq. [5 January 1917]
*Lines on Graduation from the R.I. Hospital's School of Nurses [c. 13 January 1917]
*Fact and Fancy [February 1917]
*The Nymph's Reply to the Modern Business Man [February 1917]
*Pacifist War Song—1917 [March 1917]
*Percival Lowell [March 1917]
*To Mr. Lockhart, on His Poetry [March 1917]
*Britannia Victura [April 1917]
*Spring [April 1917]
*A Garden [April 1917]
*Sonnet on Myself [April 1917]
*April [24 April 1917]
*Iterum Conjunctae [May 1917]
*The Peace Advocate [May 1917]
*To Greece, 1917 [May? 1917]
*On Receiving a Picture of ye Towne of Templeton, in the Colonie of Massachusetts-Bay, with Mount Monadnock, in New-Hampshire, Shewn in the Distance [June 1917]
*The Poet of Passion [June 1917]
*Earth and Sky [July 1917]
*Ode for July Fourth, 1917 [July 1917]
*On the Death of a Rhyming Critic [July 1917]
*Prologue to "Fragments from an Hour of Inspiration" by Jonathan E. Hoag [July 1917]
*To M.W.M. [July 1917]
*To the Incomparable Clorinda [July 1917]
*To Saccharissa, Fairest of Her Sex [July 1917]
*To Rhodoclia—Peerless among Maidens [July 1917]
*To Belinda, Favourite of the Graces [July 1917]
*To Heliodora—Sister of Cytheraea [July 1917]
*To Mistress Sophia Simple, Queen of the Cinema [August 1917]
*An American to the British Flag [November 1917]
*Autumn [November 1917]
*Nemesis [1 November 1917]
*Astrophobos [c. 25 November 1917]
*Lines on the 25th. Anniversary of the Providence Evening News, 1892-1917 [December 1917]
*Sunset [December 1917]
*Old Christmas [late 1917]
*To the Arcadian [late 1917]
*To the Nurses of the Red Cross [1917]
*The Introduction [1917?]
*A Summer Sunset and Evening [1917?]
*A Winter Wish [2 January 1918]
*Laeta; a Lament [February 1918]
*To Jonathan E. Hoag, Esq. [February 1918]
*The Volunteer [February 1918]
*Ad Britannos—1918 [April 1918]
*Ver Rusticum [1 April 1918]
*To Mr. Kleiner, on Receiving from Him the Poetical Works of Addison, Gay, and Somerville [10 April 1918]
*A Pastoral Tragedy of Appleton, Wisconsin [c. 27 May 1918]
*On a Battlefield in Picardy [30 May 1918]
*Psychopompos: A Tale in Rhyme [late 1917-summer 1918]
*A June Afternoon [June 1918]
*The Spirit of Summer [27 June 1918]
*Grace [July 1918]
*The Link [July 1918]
*To Alan Seeger [July 1918]
*August [August 1918]
*Damon and Delia, a Pastoral [August 1918]
*Phaeton [August 1918]
*To Arthur Goodenough, Esq. [20 August 1918]
*Hellas [September 1918]
*To Delia, Avoiding Damon [September 1918]
*Alfredo; a Tragedy [14 September 1918]
*The Eidolon [October 1918]
*Monos: An Ode [October 1918]
*Germania—1918 [November 1918]
*To Col. Linkaby Didd [1 November 1918]
*Ambition [December 1918]
*A Cycle of Verse [November-December 1918]
**Oceanus
**Clouds
**Mother Earth
*To the Eighth of November [13 December 1918]
*To the A.H.S.P.C., on Receipt of the Christmas Pippin [December? 1918]
*The Conscript [1918?]
*Greetings [January 1919]
*Theodore Roosevelt [January 1919]
*To Maj.-Gen. Omar Bundy, U.S.A. [January 1919]
*To Jonathan Hoag, Esq. [February 1919]
*Despair [c. 19 February 1919]
*In Memoriam: J.E.T.D. [March 1919]
*Revelation [March 1919]
*April Dawn [10 April 1919]
*Amissa Minerva [May 1919]
*Damon: A Monody [May 1919]
*Hylas and Myrrha: A Tale [May 1919]
*North and South Britons [May 1919]
*To the A.H.S.P.C., on Receipt of the May Pippin [May? 1919]
*Helene Hoffman Cole: 1893-1919 [June 1919]
*John Oldham: A Defence [June 1919]
* [On Prohibition] [30 June 1919]
*Myrrha and Strephon [July 1919]
*The House [c. 16 July 1919]
*Monody on the Late King Alcohol [August 1919]
*The Pensive Swain [October 1919]
*The City [October 1919]
*Oct. 17, 1919 [October 1919]
*On Collaboration [20 October 1919]
*To Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Eighteenth Baron Dunsany [November 1919]
*Wisdom [November 1919]
*Birthday Lines to Margfred Galbraham [November 1919]
*The Nightmare Lake [December 1919]
*Bells [11 December 1919]
*January [January 1920]
*To Phillis [January 1920]
*Tryout's Lament for the Vanished Spider [January 1920]
*Ad Scribam [February 1920]
*On Reading Lord Dunsany's Book of Wonder [March 1920]
*To a Dreamer [25 April 1920]
*Cindy: Scrub Lady in a State Street Skyscraper [June 1920]
*The Poet's Rash Excuse [July 1920]
*With a Copy of Wilde's Fairy Tales [July 1920]
*Ex-Poet's Reply [July? 1920]
*To Two Epgephi [July? 1920]
*On Religion [August 1920]
*The Voice [August 1920]
*On a Grecian Colonnade in a Park [20 August 1920]
*The Dream [September 1920]
*October [1] [October 1920]
*To S.S.L.—Oct. 17, 1920 [October 1920]
*Christmas [November 1920]
*To Alfred Galpin, Esq. [November? 1920]
*Theobaldian Aestivation [11 November 1920]
*S.S.L.: Christmas 1920 [December? 1920]
*On Receiving a Portraiture of Mrs. Berkeley, ye Poetess [25 December 1920]
*The Prophecy of Capys Secundus [11 January 1921]
*To a Youth [February 1921]
*To Mr. Hoag [February 1921]
*The Pathetick History of Sir Wilful Wildrake [Spring? 1921]
*On the Return of Maurice Winter Moe, Esq., to the Pedagogical Profession [June 1921]
*Medusa: A Portrait [29 November 1921]
*To Mr. Galpin [December 1921]
*Sir Thomas Tryout [December 1921]
*On a Poet's Ninety-first Birthday [10 February 1922]
*Simplicity: A Poem [c. 18 May 1922]
*To Saml: Loveman, Gent. [Summer? 1922]
*Plaster-All [August? 1922]
*To Zara [31 August 1922]
*To Damon [November? 1922]
*Waste Paper [late 1922? early 1923?]
*To Rheinhart Kleiner, Esq. [January 1923]
*Chloris and Damon [January 1923]
*To Mr. Hoag [February? 1923]
*To Endymion [April? 1923]
*The Feast [May 1923]
* [On Marblehead] [10 July 1923]
*To Mr. Baldwin, on Receiving a Picture of Him in a Rural Bower [29 September 1923]
*Lines for Poets' Night at the Scribblers' Club [October? 1923]
* [On a Scene in Rural Rhode Island] [8 November 1923]
*Damon and Lycë [13 December 1923]
*To Mr. Hoag [c. 3 February 1924]
* [On the Pyramids] [c. February 1924]
* [Stanzas on Samarkand I-III] [February-March 1924]
*Providence [26 September 1924]
* [On The Thing in the Woods by Harper Williams] [c. 29 November 1924]
*Solstice [25 December 1924]
*To Saml Loveman, Esq. [c. 14 January 1925]
*To George Kirk, Esq. [18 January 1925]
*My Favourite Character [31 January 1925]
* [On the Double-R Coffee House] [1 February 1925]
*To Mr. Hoag [c. 10 February 1925]
*The Cats [15 February 1925]
* [On Rheinhart Kleiner Being Hit by an Automobile] [c. 16 February 1925]
*To Xanthippe, on Her Birthday—March 16, 1925 [March 1925]
*Primavera [April 1925]
* [To Frank Belknap Long on His Birthday] [April? 1925]
*A Year Off [24 July 1925]
*To an Infant [26 August 1925]
* [On a Politician] [c. 24-27 October 1925]
* [On a Room for Rent] [c. 24-27 October 1925]
*October [2] [30 October 1925]
*To George Willard Kirk, Gent., of Chelsea-Village, in New-York, upon His Birthday, Novr. 25, 1925 [24 November 1925]
* [On Old Grimes by Albert Gorton Greene] [December 1925]
*Festival [December 1925]
*To Jonathan Hoag [10 February 1926]
*Hallowe'en in a Suburb [March 1926]
*In Memoriam: Oscar Incoul Verelst of Manhattan: 1920-1926 [c. 28 June 1926]
*The Return [December 1926]
*Εις Σφιγγην [December 1926]
*Hedone [3 January 1927]
*To Miss Beryl Hoyt [February 1927]
*To Jonathan E. Hoag, Esq. [February? 1927]
* [On J.F. Roy Erford] [18 June 1927]
* [On Ambrose Bierce] [c. June 1927]
* [On Cheating the Post Office] [c. 14 August 1927]
* [On Newport, Rhode Island] [17 September 1927]
*The Absent Leader [12 October 1927]
*Ave atque Vale [18 October 1927]
*To a Sophisticated Young Gentleman [15 December 1928]
*The Wood [January 1929]
*An Epistle to the Rt. Honble Maurce Winter Moe, Esq. [July 1929]
* [Stanzas on Samarkand IV] [8 November 1929]
*Lines upon the Magnates of the Pulp [November 1929]
*The Outpost [26 November 1929]
*The Ancient Track [26 November 1929]
*The Messenger [30 November 1929]
*The East India Brick Row [12 December 1929]
*The Fungi From Yuggoth [27 December 1929-4 January 30]
** I. The Book
** II. Pursuit
** III. The Key
** IV. Recognition
** V. Homecoming
** VI. The Lamp
** VII. Zaman's Hill
** VIII. The Port
** IX. The Courtyard
** X. The Pigeon-Flyers
** XI. The Well
** XII. The Howler
** XIII. Hesperia
** XIV. Star-Winds
** XV. Antarktos
** XVI. The Window
** XVII. A Memory
** XVIII. The Gardens of Yin
** XIX. The Bells
** XX. Night-Gaunts
** XXI. Nyarlathotep
** XXII. Azathoth
** XXIII. Mirage
** XXIV. The Canal
** XXV. St. Toad's
** XXVI. The Familiars
** XXVII. The Elder Pharos
** XXVIII. Expectancy
** XXIX. Nostalgia
** XXX. Background
** XXXI. The Dweller
** XXXII. Alienation
** XXXIII. Harbour Whistles
** XXXIV. Recapture [November 1929]
** XXXV. Evening Star
** XXXVI. Continuity
*Veteropinguis Redivivus [Summer 1930?]
*To a Young Poet in Dunedin [c. 29 May 1931]
*On an Unspoil'd Rural Prospect [30 August 1931]
*Bouts Rimés [23 May 1934]
**Beyond Zimbabwe
**The White Elephant
* [Anthem of the Kappa Alpha Tau] [c. 7 August 1934]
*Edith Miniter [10 September 1934]
* [Little Sam Perkins] [c. 17 September 1934]
* [Metrical Example] [27 February 1935]
*Dead Passion's Flame [Summer 1935]
*Arcadia [Summer 1935]
*Lullaby for the Dionne Quintuplets [Summer 1935]
*The Odes of Horace: Book III, ix [22 January 1936]
*In a Sequester'd Providence Churchyard Where Once Poe Walk'd [8 August 1936]
*To Mr. Finlay, upon His Drawing for Mr. Bloch's Tale, "The Faceless God" [c. 30 November 1936]
*To Clark Ashton Smith, Esq., upon His Phantastick Tales, Verses, Pictures, and Sculptures [c. 11 December 1936]
*The Decline and Fall of a Man of the World [n.d.]
* [Epigrams] [n.d.]
*Gaudeamus [n.d.]
*The Greatest Law [n.d.]
* Life's Mystery [n.d.]
*On Mr. L. Phillips Howard's Profound Poem Entitled "Life's Mystery" [n.d.]
*Nathicana [n.d.]
*On an Accomplished Young Linguist [n.d.]
* "The Poetical Punch" Pushed from His Pedestal [n.d.]
*The Road to Ruin [n.d.]
*Saturnalia [n.d.]
*Sonnet Study [n.d.]
*Sors Poetae [n.d.]
*To Samuel Loveman, Esq. [n.d.]
*To "The Scribblers" [n.d.]
*Verses Designed to Be Sent by a Friend of the Author to His Brother-in-Law on New Year's Day [n.d.]
* [Christmas Greetings] [n.d.]
**To Eugene B. Kuntz et al.
**To Laurie A. Sawyer
**To Sonia H. Greene
**To Rheinhart Kleiner
**To Felis (Frank Belknap Long's Cat)
**To Annie E.P. Gamwell
**To Felis (Frank Belknap Long's Cat)

Philosophical works

*The Crime of the Century (1915)
*The Renaissance of Manhood (1915)
*Liquor and Its Friends (1915)
*More Chain Lightning (1915)
*Old England and the "Hyphen" (1916)
*Revolutionary Mythology (1916)
*The Symphonic Ideal (1916)
*Editors Note to McGavacks "Genesis of the Revolutionary War" (1917)
*A Remarkable Document (1917)
*At the Root (1918)
*Merlinus Redivivus (1918)
*Time and Space (1918)
*Anglo Saxondom (1918)
*Americanism (1919)
*The League (1919)
*Bolshevism (1919)
*Idealism and Materialism – A Reflection (1919)
*Life for Humanity's Sake (1920)
*In Defence of Dagon (1921)
*Nietzscheism and Realism (1922)
*East and West Harvard Conservatism (1922)
*The Materialist Today (1926)
*Some Causes of Self-Immolation (1931)
*Some Repetitions on the Times (1933)
*Heritage or Modernism: Common Sense in Art Forms (1935)
*Objections to Orthodox Communism (1936)

cientific works

*The Art of Fusion, Melting Pudling & Casting (1899)
*Chemistry, 4 volumes (1899)
*A Good Anaesthetic (1899)
*The Railroad Review (1901)
*The Moon (1903)
*The Scientific Gazette (1903-4)
*Astronomy/The Monthly Almanack (1903-4)
*The Rhode Island Journal of Astronomy (1903-7)
*Annals of the Providence Observatory (1904)
*Providence Observatory Forecast (1904)
*The Science Library, 3 volumes (1904)
*Astronomy articles for The Pawtuxet Valley Gleaner (1906)
*Astronomy articles for The Providence Tribune (1906-8)
*Third Annual Report of the Providence Meteorological Station (1906)
*Celestial Objects for All (1907)
*Astronomical Notebook (1909-15)
*Astronomy articles for The Providence Evening News (1914-8)
* "Bickerstaffe" articles from The Providence Evening News (1914)
** "Science versus Charlatanry" (9 September 1914)
** "The Falsity of Astrology" (10 October 1914)
** "Astrology and the Future" (13 October 1914)
** "Delavan's Comet and Astrology" (26 October 1914)
** "The Fall of Astrology" (17 December 1914)
*Astronomy articles for The Asheville Gazette-News (1915)
*Editor's Note to MacManus' "The Irish and the Fairies" (1916)
*The Truth about Mars (1917)
*The Cancer of Superstition (1926)

Miscellaneous writings

*A Task for Amateur Journalists (1914)
*Departments of Public Criticism (1914-19)
*What Is Amateur Journalism? (1915)
*Consolidations Autopsy (1915)
*What Is Amateur Journalism?
*Consolidation's Autopsy (1915)
*The Amateur Press (1915)
*The Morris Faction (1915)
*For President – Leo Fritter(1915)
*Introducing Mr. Chester Pierce Munroe (1915)
*The Question of the Day (1915)
* [Random Notes] , from The Conservative (1915)
*Editorials, from The Conservative (1915)
*Finale (1915)
*New Department Proposed: Instruction for the New Recruit (1915)
*Amateur Notes (1915)
*Some Political Phases (1915)
*Introducing Mr. John Russell (1915)
*In a Major Key (1915)
*The Conservative and His Critics (1915)
*The Dignity of Journalism (1915)
*The Youth of Today (1915)
*An Imparitial Spectator (1915)
*Symphony and Stress (1915)
*Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs [biography of A.F. Lockhart] (1915)
*Reports of the First Vice-President (1915-16)
*Systematic Instruction in the United (1915-16)
*Introducing Mr. James T. Pyke (1916)
*Editorial, from The Providence Amateur (1916)
*United Amateur Press Association: Exponent of Amateur Journalism (1916)
*Among the New-Comers (1916)
*Among the Amateurs (1916)
*Concerning "Persia – In Europe" (1917)
*Amateur Standards (1917)
*A Request (1917)
*A Reply to The Lingerer (1917)
*Editorially (1917)
*News Notes (1917)
*The United's Problem (1917)
*Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs [biography of E.J. Barnhart] (1917)
*President's Messages, from The United Amateur (1917-8)
*Comment (1918)
*Les Mouches Fantastiques (1918)
*Amateur Criticism (1918)
*The United: 1917-1918 (1918)
*The Amateur Press Club (1918)
*Helene Hoffman Cole – Littérateur (1919)
*Trimmings (1919)
*For Official Editor – Anne Tillery Renshaw (1919)
*Amateurdom (1919)
*Looking Backward (1920)
*For What Does the United Stand? (1920)
* [Untitled] , from The Tryout (1920)
*Editor's Note to Loveman's "A Scene for Macbeth" (1920)
*Amateur Journalism – Its Possible Needs and Betterment (1920) *The Pseudo-United (1920)
* [Untitled fragments] , from The United Amateur (1920-1)
*Editorials, from The United Amateur (1920-5)
*News Notes (1920-5)
*What Amateur Journalism and I Have Done for Each Other (1921)
*Lucubrations Lovecraftian (1921)
*The Vivisector (1921-3)
*The Haverhill Convention (1921-3)
*The Convention Banquet (1921-3)
* "Rainbow" Called Best First Issue (1922)
*President's Messages, from The National Amateur (1922-3)
*Rursus Adsumus (1923)
*Bureau of Critics (1923)
* [Random Notes] , from The Conservative (1923)
*The President's Annual Report (1923)
*A Matter of Uniteds (1927)
*The Convention (1930)
*Bureau of Critics (1932-6)
*Mrs. Miniter – Estimates and Recollections (1934)
*Dr. Eugene B. Kuntz (1935)
*Some Current Motives and Practices (1936)
* [Literary Review] (1936)
*Defining the "Ideal" Paper (1936)
*Report of the Executive Judges (1936)
*Metrical Regularity (1915)
*The Allowable Rhyme (1915)
*The Proposed Authors Union (1916)
*The Vers Libre Epidemic (1917)
*Poesy (1918)
*The Despised Pastoral (1918)
*The Literature of Rome (1918)
*The Simple Spelling Mania (1918)
*The Case for Classicism (1919)
*Literary Composition (1919)
*Winifred Virginia Jackson: A Different Poetess (1921)
*Ars Gratia Artis (1921)
*The Poetry of Lilian Middleton (1922)
*Lord Dunsany and His Work (1922)
*Rudis Indigestaque Moles (1923)
*Introduction to Hoags Poetical Works (1923)
*In the Editors Study (1923)
* [Random Notes On Philistine-Grecian controversy] (1923)
*Review of Ebony and Crystal by Clark Ashton Smith (1923)
*The Professional Incubus (1924)
*The Omnipresent Philistine (1924)
* "The Work of Frank Belknap Long, Jr." (1924)
*Supernatural Horror in Literature (1925-1927)
*Preface to Bullens White Fire (1927)
*Preface to Symmes Old World Footprints (1928)
*Notes on Alias Peter Marchall by A. F. Lorenz (1929?)
*Notes on Verse Technique (1932)
*Foreword to Kuntzs Thoughts and Pictures (1932)
* [Notes on Weird Fiction] (1933)
*Weird Story Plots (1933)
*Notes on Writing Weird Fiction (1934)
*Some Notes on Interplanetary Fiction (1935)
*What Belongs in Verse (1935)
*Suggestions for a Reading Guide (1936)
*The Trip of Theobald (1927)
*Vermont – A First Impression (1927)
*Observations on Several Parts of America (1928)
*An Account of a Trip to the Fairbanks House (1929)
*Travels in the Provinces of America (1929)
*An Account of a Visit to Charleston (1930)
*An Account of Charleston (1930)
*A Description of the Town of Quebeck (1930-31)
*European Glimpses (1932)
*Some Dutch Footprints in New England (1933)
*Homes and Shrines of Poe (1934)
*The Unknown City in the Ocean (1934)
*Charleston (1936)
*The Brief Autobiography of an Inconsequential Scribbler (1919)
*Within the Gates (1921)
*A Confession of Unfaith (1922)
*Diary (1925)
*Commercial Blurbs (1925)
*Cats and Dogs (1926)
*Notes on Hudson Valley History (1929)
*Autobiography of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1930- )
*Correspondence between Wilson Shepherd and R. H. Barlow (1932)
*In Memoriam: Henry St. Claire Whitehead (1932)
*Some Notes on a Nonentity (1933)
*In Memoriam: Robert Ervin Howard (1936)
*Commonplace Book (1919-1935)
* [Death Diary] (1937)

Reprintings and collections

The following are modern reprintings and collections of Lovecraft's work. This list includes only editions by select publishers; therefore, this list is not exhaustive:
*From Arkham House
**with corrected texts by S. T. Joshi:
***"At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels" (7th corrected printing), S. T. Joshi (ed.), 1985. (ISBN 0-87054-038-6)
***"Dagon and Other Macabre Tales", S. T. Joshi (ed.), 1987. (ISBN 0-87054-039-4)
***"The Dunwich Horror and Others" (9th corrected printing), S. T. Joshi (ed.), 1984. (ISBN 0-87054-037-8)
***"The Horror in the Museum and Other Revisions", S.T. Joshi (ed.), 1989. (ISBN 0-87054-040-8)
**"Miscellaneous Writings" (ISBN 0-87054-168-4)
*From Ballantine/Del Rey:
**"The Tomb and Other Tales" (ISBN 0-345-33661-5)
**"Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos" (ISBN 0-345-42204-X)
**"The Doom That Came to Sarnath and Other Stories" (ISBN 0-345-33105-2)
**"The Lurking Fear and Other Stories" (ISBN 0-345-32604-0)
**"The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath" (ISBN 0-345-33779-4)
**"The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" (ISBN 0-345-35490-7)
**"At the Mountains of Madness and Other Tales of Terror" (ISBN 0-345-32945-7)
**"" (ISBN 0-345-35080-4)
**"The Road to Madness" (ISBN 0-345-38422-9)
**"" (ISBN 0-345-38421-0)
**"" (ISBN 0-345-45829-X)

*From Classic CD Books:
**Early Horror Works (ISBN 978-0976480525)
**More Early Horror Works (ISBN 978-0976480563)

*From Night Shade Books:
**"" (ISBN 1-892389-16-9)
**"" (ISBN 1-892389-49-5)

*From [http://www.loa.org The Library of America]
**"H. P. Lovecraft: Tales" (Peter Straub, editor) (ISBN 978-1-93108272-3)

*From Hippocampus Press:
**"The Shadow out of Time" (ISBN 0-9673215-3-0)
**"" (ISBN 0-9673215-8-1)
**"The Annotated Fungi From Yuggoth" (ISBN 0-9721644-7-2)
**"Collected Essays" (ISBN 0-9721644-1-3)
***Volume 1. Amateur Journalism
***Volume 2. Literary Criticism
***Volume 3. Science
***Volume 4. Travel
***Volume 5: Philosophy; Autobiography and Miscellany (December 2006)
***CD-ROM (2007)

**"The Annotated Supernatural Horror in Literature" (ISBN 0-9673215-0-6 )
**"" (ISBN 0-9673215-9-X)
**"" (ISBN 0-9748789-5-2)

*From Ohio University Press
**"" An Autobiography in Letters edited by S.T. Joshi and David E. Schultz (ISBN 0-8214-1333-3)
*From Penguin Classics
***"The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories" (ISBN 0-14-118234-2)
***"The Thing on the Doorstep and Other Weird Stories" (ISBN 0-14-218003-3)
***"The Dreams in the Witch House and Other Weird Stories" (ISBN 0-14-243795-6)
*From Harper Collins:
**"Omnibus 1: At the Mountains of Madness" (ISBN 0-586-06322-6)
**"Omnibus 2: Dagon and other Macabre Tales" (ISBN 0-586-06324-2)
**"Omnibus 3: The Haunter of the Dark" (ISBN 0-586-06323-4)
*From Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.:
**"To Quebec and the Stars"


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