August Derleth

August Derleth

August William Derleth (1909–1971) was an American writer and anthologist. Though best remembered as the first publisher of the writings of H. P. Lovecraft, and for his own contributions to the Cthulhu Mythos genre of horror, Derleth was a prolific writer in several genres, including regional writings, historical fiction, poetry, detective fiction,science fiction, and biography.

August Derleth, a Guggenheim Fellow in 1938, considered his most serious work to be his ambitious Sac Prairie Saga, a series of fiction, historical fiction, poetry, and non-fiction naturalist works designed to memorialize life in the Wisconsin he knew. Derleth was a pioneering naturalist and conservationist in his writing.

 

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Speculative Fiction Books

2009 | horror, short stories
2009 | horror, short stories
2009 | horror, short stories
2008 | horror, weird fiction, short stories
1998 | science fiction, short stories, mystery
1998 | horror, short stories
1997 | horror, short stories
1976 | horror, short stories
1975 | science fiction, short stories
1974 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, weird fiction, short stories
1971 | horror, weird fiction, short stories
1966 | horror, short stories
1963 | science fiction, short stories
1962 | horror, short stories
1962 | horror, short stories
1958 | horror, short stories
1957 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, weird fiction, short stories
1948 | horror, short stories
1945 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, weird fiction
1945 | horror, short stories
1941 | horror, short stories

Comics and Anthology

1969 | horror, anthology
1964 | horror, anthology
1964 | science fiction, anthology
1963 | science fiction, anthology
1952 | horror, anthology