Have y'all seen the new books forthcoming or just recently publish'd by Hippocampus Press? GREAT YUGGOTH! I'm still in a state of ecstasy over A MONSTER OF VOICES by Robert H. Waugh, whom I consider the finest Lovecraft scholar of all time. H. P. Lovecraft's LETTERS TO JAMES F. MORTON weighs in at over 470 pages, and it is simply fascinating. Nothing shews the real Lovecraft as do his letters. Peter Cannon's amazing FOREVER AZATHOTH has been published in trade pb, in an expanded edition that includes the majority of Peter's pastiches and parodies. Peter's stories as shake-bone funny, but they are also Lovecraftian to the core and utterly delightful. S. T. Joshi has expanded his ANNOTATED SUPERNATURAL HORROR IN LITERATURE from 174 pages to 228, updating much material. He has also expanded a revised edition of LOVECRAFT'S LIBRARY: A CATALOG. PORTRAITS OF RUIN offers yet another selection of the intense and brutally beautiful weird fiction of Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., and THE NEMESIS OF NIGHT is a new Mythos novel by Adam Niswander. Hippocampus Press is one of two publioshers to win awards that will be presented next month at this year's World Horror Convention in Salt Lake City--an event I have to miss, alas. Derrick and S. T. are among other wonderful presses, such as Centipede Press, Arcane Wisdom Press and Miskatonic River Press, that are making this the absolutely greatest time to be a Lovecraftian! Ia!!!!