Edited by Matthew Carpenter

 When a traveller in north central Massachusetts takes the wrong fork at  the junction of the Aylesbury pike just beyond Dean’s Corners he comes  upon a lonely and curious country.” --HP Lovecraft Horror can lurk in  the most unlikely places: from the secluded cottage to the teeming  metropolis. Lovecraft knew that terror could be rooted in the geography  of a place as much as in an uncaring cosmos or a man’s soul. In these 17  brand new tales of chilling Lovecraftian horrors by leading authors,  discover new lands of terror. Learn the truth about the glories of  Y’ha-nthlei and what really happened to Erich Zann. Discover the fate of  Tillinghast’s monstrous machine and do a deal with Nyarlathotep down in  the byways of Mississippi. Sometimes that lonely farmhouse, brooding  silently in its isolation, can be more terrifying than forgotten  monoliths on an uncharted Pacific island.