Modern H.P. Lovecraft fans are usually placed in an uncomfortable positon when talking about the influential pulp writer: love the atmosphere, comsic terror, and cephalodic monsters; bummed about the often overt racism and xenaphobia. Here are some modern takes on Lovecraft's mythos while also addressing some of the racial issues underlying the author's works.
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There's a new app out, Litsy, where readers can share their favorite books and find books too. Readers can add content to their page, three ways: a blub (short comment), quote from a book or reviews (300 characters). When viewing content in your feed, you can add a book to one of three stacks: read, to read, or currently reading. The app is only available for iOS.