H. P. Lovecraft - The Moon-Bog letterpress chapbook. Frontispiece by Jim Pitts.
The moors and bogs of Ireland hold many things... Beware disturbing the sleeping ancients who guard the land.
Limited to 55 numbered copies. Letterpress printed with hand-set type on Hahnemühle Antique watermarked paper. Sewn into brown French covers with green linen thread as a chapbook.
“...There were tales of dancing lights in the dark of the moon, and of chill winds when the night was warm; of wraiths in white hovering over the waters, and of an imagined city of stone deep down below the swampy surface.”
NOTE: This book will begin shipping in February.
According to the Internet Speculative Fiction Database, the artwork of Jim Pitts has appeared in over 150 publications since 1971. His work is referenced at the ISFDB website at http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?37411
We are thrilled to have his magnificent work appearing as the frontispiece in our limited edition letterpress chapbook of H. P. Lovecraft’s The Moon-Bog.
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Pegana Press is pleased to present a beautiful deluxe edition of mystical dark tales by the master keeper of the portals of Dreamland.
Four of H. P. Lovecraft's finest stories.
The White Ship (1919)
The Doom that Came to Sarnath (1919)
Serving as praeludium is the lyrical
Ex Oblivione (1921)
Languorous and strange, these visions from beyond the Wall of Sleep are exquisitely illumined by visionary artist Michael Hutter.
Hand set letterpress printed on opalescent white Zerkall Ingres fine edition paper, this large over-sized (8"x 11") edition is limited to 100 hand numbered copies and hand bound on site with pearl gray cloth on boards.
40 pages. Pegana Press 2016
THE BINDERY AT PEGANA PRESS CURRENTLY HAS ONE HANDBOUND COPY AVAILABLE
Regularly priced at $400. Order now to take advantage of our special sale price of $375.
German artist Michael Hutter contributed 4 weirdly fabulous illustrations to take you on a journey through the Dark Dreamlands depicted in these stories by Lovecraft.
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