Nightscapes -- Where the dark of night meets the reality of day

Volume 2, Number 4, Whole # 9

Edward P. Berglund
James V. Kracht


We once again apologize to all of our contributors and our new art director, James V. Kracht, for the lateness of this issue. See "What's New" to find out what the hold up was.

James V. Kracht, our new art director, has done an admirable job with the new logos, the fiction title banners, and the new buttons further down this page. Welcome aboard, James. And, if you have a link to Nightscapes on your web page, it would be appreciated if you would use this URL: This links to the current issue of Nightscapes and all past issues are linked at the bottom of this page. If you would like to use a banner for the link to us, you can download this banner.

We do hope you enjoy the material we have provided this time around, and will come back again for further pleasant, but horrifying, reading experiences.

Back in Nightscapes # 5, we brought forward to our readers the plight of Edward Phlager and his web site The House of Cthulhu. We now have the pages online, but we haven't had time to located the images. If you know of a web page that has these images, drop us an email and give us the URL.


Nightscapes is an electronic magazine that is devoted to the Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft and all those creators who have followed. We hope to entertain you with fiction, artwork, poetry, and whatever else happens to come our way, whatever guise it may be in, as long as it deals with the Cthulhu Mythos.

We will always need the help of you, the reader and/or creator, for without you, we do not have a magazine. If you are a writer, artist, gamer, what-have-you, let us showcase your creations. All we ask is that whatever you submit, that it not have appeared on the Internet before now. (Of course, after the issue goes online, all rights are returned to the contributors. They can then put it online on their own web site or submit it to a print media publication.) We will be using one reprint story per issue, but this will be from the print media. If you are a reader, and you know of a story that appeared in the fanzines of the late 70's/early 80's that you think is worth reprinting, let us know. We'll try and get in contact with the author to get his permission to reprint it. Contact us at Nightscapes.

For the fan of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, there is never enough new stories. And a Mythos story doesn't have to be entirely in the Lovecraft mode. We have seen Mythos stories written as science fiction, fantasies, mysteries, westerns, and even romance tales. Whatever the genré, we hope you, the creators, will let us present your work to the readers under the Nightscapes banner! If you are not sure your creation is good enough, submit it and let us decide!

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© 1998 Edward P. Berglund
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Created: October 5, 1998; Current Update: August 9, 2004