Address: Piazza Tasso 1/1 , Florence - Historical CenterDate: Saturday 31 October 2020
The Lovecraft Library is a weird, horror and supernatural themed series by Edizioni Arcoiris, born in 2019 with the aim of recovering forgotten volumes, proposing unpublished stories and novels and, of course, works by authors linked to the world of the Providence master.
AAVV - THE LOVECRAFT LIBRARY
(A. Bierce, EF Benson, MR James, É. Erckmann and A. Chatrian)
The release that gave the series its name and whose format will be resumed in the future: four tales celebrated by Lovecraft in his writings on supernatural literature.
ALEISTER CROWLEY - TALES OF THE BEAST
Ten macabre and irreverent tales, eight of which translated for the first time into Italian, by the famous English esotericist. Introduction by Steve Sylvester, leader of the historic band DEATH SS.
AAVV - THE BLACK LILY
(M. Laski, W. Hauff, L. Capuana, F. Hume, P. Norton Swet, H. Walpole)
Six tales of curses, horrors and madness under the sign of the Grand Duchy, covering three centuries of genre literature.
FRANCO MISTRALI - THE VAMPIRE. TRUE STORY
The first Italian novel about vampires. Published in 1869, thirty years before Dracula and three years before Carmilla, it is reproduced here in a faithful version to the original, enriched by illustrations and with a contribution by Magus of NECROMANTIA, the seminal Greek black metal band.
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