Proto American Eldritch

American Eldritch was an idea I had not long out of college, while trying to figure out how to keep making cool stuff with friends in the absence of an environment that encourages it. The original plan for a regular magazine did not take off, because it’s hard enough just to be alive sometimes. A second issue is an ongoing project nonetheless.

Some highlights of this issue include D. Edward Calhoun’s Memory, based on the artist’s memory of the HP Lovecraft story, Memory, and a few selections from Jackson Wingate’s No Yorker cartoons, a complete selection of which can be found here.

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American Eldritch, a Journal of Weird Art and Literature

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On July 4th, 2015, The American Eldritch Society for the Preservation of Hearsay and Rumor launched the first issue of their ongoing journal, American Eldritch, in which artists and writers of the past and present mingle between pages of mystery, horror, humor and intrigue.


I edited and published the volume, in addition to designing it. Also, I am five of the of the 18 purported contributors. You can buy it here, if you’re into that sort of thing.