Continuing the celebration of the release of Dark Doings at Miskatonic U (that I had the extreme honor of editing) here's a quickie interview with the author of one of the new Miskatonic tales in the book - the wonderful Made In DNA:
Q: What's your favorite part of the Lovecraft mythos
The creeping darkness the work introduces into your soul. There isn't any particular "monster" in the series I really dig as they all create this overwhelming sense of foreboding. It's the whole package.
Q: What do you think is the lasting "allure" of Lovecraft's work?
Though steeped in monster culture, the work never stops playing with your mind. It's the moonlit shadows and the inexplicable noises that lurk around the other side of a door or turn of a hallway.
Q: What's the scariest thing, for you, in Lovecraft's work?
Q: What's your area of study at Miskatonic University?