Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1949. First Edition. Very Good / Very Good. Item #64
Collected by August Derleth. Arkham House; Sauk City, Wisconsin, 1949. 306 pp Illustrated. Dust Jacket by Ronald Clyne. 2,995 copies printed. A companion volume of sorts to Marginalia published five years earlier, Derleth intended Something About Cats to complete the publication of Lovecraft’s miscellaneous writings and close out Arkham House’s first decade. This volume was a critical resource to the Lovecraft scholar until the arrival of Necronomicon Press and S. T. Joshi in the 1970s.
Prefactory Note by August Derleth
Something Acout Cats
The invisible Monster by Sonia H. Greene
Four O’Clock by Sonia H. Greene
The Horror in the Burying Ground by Hazel Hoald
The Last Test by Adolph de Castro
The Electric Executioner, by Adolphe do Castro
Satan's Servants, by Robert-Bloch) (preface by Bloch & notes by Lovecraft)
Three Conservative - Articles
The Despised Pastoral
Time and Space
At the Root.
The Materialist Today
Vermont: A First Impression
The Battle that Ended the Century
For "The Shadow Over Innsmouth"
Discarded draught of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth"
For "At the mountains of Madness"
For "The Shadow Out of Time"
To tho American Flag
To a Youth
My Favorite Character
To Templeton and Mount Ilonadnocl:
The Poe-et's Nightmare
(includes Alethia Phrikodes)
Sir Thomas Tryout
Lament for the Vanished Spider
Regnar Lodbrug's Epicedium
Something About H. P. Lovecraft:
A Memoir of Lovecraft by Rheinhart Kleiner
Howard Phillips Lovecraft by Samuel Loveman
Lovecraft as I Knew Him, by Sonia H. Davis
Addenda to H.P.L.: A Memoir by August. Derleth
The Man Who was Lovecraft, by E. Hoffmann Price
A Literary Copernicus, by Fritz Leiber, Jr.
Providence: Two Gentlemen Meet at Midnight, by
HPL by Vincent Starrett.