A weird tale is not an account of things and happenings, but a skilful transcript of a certain sort of human mood. Tangible aspects and events can never be more than incidental properties. The real thing is the dark current of half-formulated feelings that sweeps relentlessly along.
HP Lovecraft, Friday before the Witches' Sabbath, October 30, 1931

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Quietus Gothic Literary Magazine