Because the building figures in "The Call of Cthulhu," I read from that story as I stood in ye main large studio. It is in this building that HPL has the dreamer & artist, Wilcox, fashion his statuette of Cthulhu. I knew that, one of these days, I'd have to set one of my own wee tales there. I did so when I wrote a Providence story for the book I have co-written with Jeffrey Thomas, Encounters with Enoch Coffin (to be published as limited hardcover next year by Dark Regions Press). But I want to write another story about the building, and about the artist Wilcox. So that will be the next thing I work on, slowly. I.m going to write it for THE BOOK OF CTHULHU III, if such a book is actually published. I've having a story reprinted this year in THE BOOK OF CTHULHU II, but I thought it would be fun to submit a brand new tale to the third volume in the series.
Writing for anthologies seems to be my future for a while. I enjoy it. It's a bit depressing to think that my declining health may keep me from working on books of my own, but if I can do individual pieces nigh & then, that's something. I've had a number of new pieces, wee things all, accepted for publication recently.