Howard Phillips Lovecraft's life and career ended decades ago, yet the compelling cosmic vision he left behind has never been more vital. The list of writers who have drawn inspiration from his creations is extensive and ever-expanding. Their works within the Mythos--ranging from fannish pastiche to masterpieces of weird fiction--have collectively mapped the strange territories of Lovecraft's unwitting legacy. A Cthulhu Mythos Bibliography & Concordance by Chris Jarocha-Ernst catalogs these territories, one work at a time, for the benefit of readers, writers, and scholars of this rich sub-genre of the weird tale. Features: More than 2600 works cited by author with original bibliographic data, including short stories, novels, poetry, and selected correspondence -- Detailed concordance of mythos terms cites all stories that refer to a given topic (e.g., Cthulhu or Dunwich) -- Separate index of titles -- guide to authorial pseudonyms and collaborations -- Master directory of contemporary Mythos anthologies and all the works they contain.