&quotTell me many tales, O benign maleficent daemon, but tell me none 
that I have ever heard or have even dreamt of otherwise than obscurely or 
infrequently. . . . 
Tell me many tales, but let them be of things that are past the 
lore of legend and of which there are no myths in our world or any world 
Master of Fantasy

"The nostalgia of things unknown, of lands forgotten or unfound, is upon me at times. Often I long for the gleam of yellow suns upon terraces of translucent azure marble, mocking the windless waters of lakes unfathomably calm; for lost, legendary palaces of serpentine, silver and ebony, whose columns are green stalactites; for the pillars of fallen temples, standing in the vast purpureal sunset of a land of lost and marvellous romance. I sigh for the dark-green depths of cedar forests, through whose fantastically woven boughs, one sees at intervals an unknown tropic ocean, like gleams of blue diamond; for isles of palm and coral, that fret an amber morning, somewhere beyond Cathay or Taprobane; for the strange and hidden cities of the desert, with burning brazen domes and slender pinnacles of gold and copper, that pierce a heaven of heated lazuli."
-- CAS, "Nostalgia of the Unknown"

[This page is just getting started. It is a collaborative project among several people. If you would like to join in the project, if you have ideas about what should be included here, or if you are simply a CAS fan and want to hear about updates, write to Fiona.]

Biographical materials

CAS and the Cthulhu Mythos

CAS Artwork

Art for Book Jackets


Coming Eventually (this site will probably grow slowly):

General bibliography
Quotations of appreciation about his work
Reviews and other commentary
Excerpts from his work
More pictures of his artwork
More illustrations for his books & stories

Thanks (so far) to: Chris Jarocha-Ernst, Phil Vendy

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