The Grand Return of ‘Watchmen’ Author Alan Moore | GQ

It’s a bit difficult to identify with Lovecraft. I can appreciate Lovecraft, despite his racism, his antisemitism, his—not misogyny, but his perhaps discomfort with women. I can see that in some ways he was not the outsider that he’s often depicted as. I think that Lovecraft is, in some ways, an ultimate insider. He was exactly a man of his times. He was almost a barometer of American dread.
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