Storytime with KBC: The Bloop

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  1. Yay for cosmic horror!

    Seriously now, I think it’s a cool idea that Lovecraft’s dreams actually had some truth behind them.
    Btw, although I know that many of Lovecraft’s stories (for example, The Statement of Randolph Carter) were inspired by a dream, I’m not sure whether Call of Cthulhu was as well? Does anyone know more about that?

    • Jimmy McMichael says:

      It started as artistic license on my part. As it turns out though, the first section of Lovecraft’s story, dealing with an antiquarian examining a modern bas-relief of ancient design, is derived from an entry from his Commonplace Book that was itself a transcription of a dream he’d had in 1920. So the dates don’t quite work, but it was closer to the truth than I’d realized when I wrote it.

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