* Kenneth W. Faig, Jr. and David Haden (2014), The Providence Amateur Press Club, 1914-1916, Moshassuck Press and Burslem Books. (Second edition, revised and with new illustrations)

* David Haden (2014), Lovecraft in Historical Context: fourth collection. (Full free PDF of the 2013 print book)

* Benjamin Noys (2007), “The Lovecraft Event” (Compares… “the rupture Lovecraft inflicts on the Gothic and weird fiction with the rupture Lacan inflicts on psychoanalysis and the stabilisation of his own earlier teaching”, in terms of the ability to form a fiction congruent with history and then to align it with the realities and trajectories of the new modernity of the 1920s)

* Mark Fisher (2007), Lovecraft and the Weird: Part I and Part II (Reflections on the Lovecraft: Weird Realism event at Goldsmiths University, London, 2007)