The Dreams In The Witch House has always been a favorite of mine. I love the witch using math to bridge the dimensions, her furry, fanged familiar, Brown Jenkin with his nuzzling ways, and the visions of hyperspace travel... including a stop somewhere in space and time where we finally get to see the Old Ones from the Mountains of Madness as living creatures. Is the story flawless? Well, I don t know why Keziah balks at the sight of the crucifix, but Gilman does use its chain to strangle her! Perhaps she foresaw that; she is a witch after all! The depictions of hyperspace and the distortions of our characters when they travel through it tap into a stylistic place which I enjoy tremendously... though, alas, I seldom have an excuse to visit!
—Pete Von Sholly
|0||Cover (for "Lovecraft Illustrated Volume 2")||Pete Von Sholly||—|
|1||Illustrations (for "The Dreams in the Witch House")||Pete Von Sholly||—|
|2||Introduction (to "The Dreams in the Witch House")||?||S.T. Joshi||—|
|3||Foreword (to "The Dreams in the Witch House")||?||Stuart Gordon||—|
|4||The Dreams in the Witch House||H.P. Lovecraft||8.67|
|5||Through Hyperspace with Brown Jenkin||Fritz Leiber||—|