The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society is one of the world's leading producers of Lovecraftian entertainment. From the award-winning motion pictures The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness, to Dark Adventure Radio Theatre's 1930s-style radio plays of Lovecraft's works, to countless other Lovecraft-inspired delights, the HPLHS offer a staggering variety of non-euclidean fun.
Mike Knives - "By layering colored inks on textiles, I create intricate surfaces for the toys that I sew. My surface designs are all hand- painted and screenprinted. I also collage fabrics together to make new dimensional textiles, and I love to draw with stitches."
See his colorful creations on Sunday at the Arcade.
Narragansett Beer is New England’s oldest beer, founded in 1890. It was the #1 beer New England from the 1890’s through the 1970’s and the official beer of the Red Sox for over 30 years. It’s now the 37th largest brewing company in America and the fastest growing in the Northeast. Our flagship lager was winner of the Bronze Medal at the 2008 World Beer Cup and First Place at the Great International Beer Festival in 2010.
This weekend, they launch their newest H.P. Lovecraft themed beer "White Ship White IPA"! Sample some at the After Party at the Dorrance (60 Dorrance St)
They'll have a table set up on Sunday at the Arcade Providence.
Necronomicon Press was founded in 1976, primarily to publish the works of H. P. Lovecraft and other authors of the horror field. Since that time the Press has issued hundreds of publications covering all aspects of the horror genre, from reprints of old fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, to printing the work of the some of the very best contemporary authors. In 1994 and 1996 the Press received the coveted World Fantasy Award for its work in the small press field, and also received the equally prestigious British Fantasy Award for its publication Necrofile: The Review of Horror Fiction in 1995. In the past several years, Necronomicon Press has been overseen by Madeleine Michaud, daughter of the Press’ founder. While currently focusing on selling backstock, and making room in the house, she hopes to start releasing new titles.