Exclusive Interview: In The Mountains Of Madness Author W. Scott Poole

Thanks to such iconic horror stores as “The Call Of Cthulhu,” “At The Mountains Of Madness,” “The Dunwich Horror,” and more, writer H.P. Lovecraft has become one of the more inventive and influential writers of the 20th century…and the 21st. Just as such disciples as Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo Del Toro, Metallca’s James Hetfield, or his fellow writers Stephen King, Clive Barker, Mike Mignola, and Neil Gaiman. But what kind of man comes up with such twisted tales? This is the subject of W. Scott Poole‘s In The Mountains Of Madness: The Life And Extraordinary Afterlife Of H.P. Lovecraft (paperback, digital). Though in talking to Poole about the book, he revealed that this isn’t a conventional literary biography.