Lovecraft, Poe or somewhere in-between?
I lean more towards Lovecraft than Poe, although Poe had a broader range, Lovecraft’s ability to imagine and then describe the completely alien wins him over for me.
That said, I wrote a piece for “Beyond the Mountains of Madness” that linked “The Narrative of A. Gordon Pym” with “At the Mountains of Madness.” Pasticing one author is difficult, but trying to somehow merge the two different writing styles was an insane headache. But the adventure won an award, so I guess I didn’t do too terribly.
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