Monday, July 22, 2013

Providence City Council honors Lovecraft

The Associated Press reports that the Providence City Council has voted to name the intersection of Angell and Prospect Streets "H.P. Lovecraft Square" in honor of the writer.

"Lovecraft lived for years on Angell Street near Brown University. The Halsey House mansion on Prospect Street served as the fictional home of the main character in one of his better known works, 'The Case of Charles Dexter Ward'," the AP explains.

For Lovecraft and Illuminatus!, see my previous blog post.  I never got an answer to the question I posed on that entry.

Via Tyler K. McManus in the Robert Anton Wilson Facebook group.