* Cole Nelson (2014), “Devils in the Wilderness”: The Character of Wilderness in American Horror Fiction, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Journal of Undergraduate Research XVII, 2014. “The Dunwich Horror” is one of three texts analysed. Explores the idea that description of wilderness in horror might be influenced by the manner of social deviance at the time of writing)

* Eric LaFreniere (2010), “An Awe-ful Integrity: The Science-Fiction Horror of H.P. Lovecraft” (2nd Place Winner of the long research essay category in the Madison Writing Awards 2010, James Madison University)

* Olmo Pedro Castrillo Cano (2013), “Memoria Explicativa del Trabajo de Fin de Master, “The Shadow over Innsmouth”” (In Spanish. Title roughly translates as: “An Explanatory Memorandum on The Work of The Master in “The Shadow Over Innsmouth””. For the University of Seville, Dept. of Communication. Seems to be an analysis of “Innsmouth”, possibly as part of adapating it as a film? script?)

* S.T. Joshi (trans. Alexander Pechmann), Das Ubernaturlich Grauen in der Literatur (In German. Appears to be a substantial free PDF sample of Golkonda Verlag’s German language edition of S.T. Joshi’s Annotated Supernatural Horror in Literature)