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Please Welcome Richard Allen Poppe

We are happy to announce the inclusion of Richard Allen Poppe to the Featured Artists section of the Temple of Dagon. From a young age, Richard has been interested in horror, and his Lovecraft inspired pieces capture the true feel of the mythos. He works primarily in polyester resin, as well as mixed media, and his unique work will surely gain him even more fans at the Temple. Take a look at his gallery and let him know what you think.

New work by Irene Castro

Featured artist Irene Castro has sent us some updated photographs of her paintings on display, as well as some new works never before seen at the Temple. Irene’s vivid use of color and imaginative landscapes are quite unique. Be sure to take a look.

Official Reopening of the Lovecraft Archive at the Temple of Dagon

I am happy to announce the return of the Lovecraft Archive, which contains a large collection of stories, poems, essays, and collaborations by the master himself – Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Last Thursday marked the 70th anniversary of Lovecraft’s death, and with it the end of a lot of ambiguity surrounding the copyright law interpretations. Enjoy! Visit the Lovecraft Archive at the Temple of Dagon

New addition to the Selected Tales section

The latest entry to the Selected Tales section of the site, Twilight by Thom Brannan, is a nicely written short story involving everyones favorite aquatic fiends, the Deep Ones. Check it out and leave a comment for him!

The Public Archives

I am happy to announce the reopening of the Public Archives section here at the Temple of Dagon. For those of you who want to upload fiction or poetry to the site, it is a great place to go. Just create an account, and upload your work. You can also browse the work of others at the Temple.

Update to Featured Artists Section

I just finished implementing a new system for displaying the artwork in the Featured Artists section of this site. It makes browsing through the images much nicer. Check it out yourself by clicking on an image thumbnail. For those of you who are interested, it is a modified version of the Lightbox system. Enjoy!

Mythos for Halloween

First of all in 500 words written called “All Hallows Eve” & in far more words spoken as part of Dodging Reality with one called “Band of Doom.”

Lovecraftian & Horror T-shirts designed by Dave Carson

If you have browsed through the featured artists section here at the Temple of Dagon, you have most likely seen the incredible artwork of the award-winning Dave Carson. We are very happy to have him here at the Temple, and wanted to share news of his latest venture – Cthulhu.biz – T-shirts for sale with custom Lovecraftian designs. If you are a fan of his artwork, or Lovecraftian art in general, be sure to take a look at what he has to offer!

A few new paintings by Gwabryel

Gwabryel has sent us three new paintings for his featured artist page. Be sure to take a look!

Cthulhu tales via podcast…

Laurence, the bloke who runs 100 word tales, has required me to do creepy tales for his 100 word tale series. Needless to say, as a mythos writer, the Old Ones loom large in my immagination. Slap this feed (http://podcasting.isfullofcrap.com/andrew.rss) into your iTunes and listen to my Cthulhu-oid series about various nasties including cultists and a man called Galad with his large worm colleagues. You don’t even have to read the bloody things; I read em’ for you.