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Audio Call of Cthulhu

Stephen Twining sometimes comments around these parts, and he often shows up at conventions with wonderful things to hand out to friends, like a gravestone rubbing from H.P. Lovecraft marker. He also teaches Freshman English (among other things) at Cumberland High School in Rhode Island. Every autumn, he focuses on Lovecraft’s works, and claims that the students learn the material better when they hear it read aloud.

Rather than destroy his voice reading “The Call of Cthulhu” over and over again, he did it once and recorded it. You can find his excellent articulations on the CHS website in (three) (different) (parts). He was kind enough to share this with me, and now I’m passing his favor on to you.

Listener’s Tip: Wear headphones and hear Stephen’s voice swim straight through your head.

Comments 8

  1. Hey, just saw this!
    Thanks, Matt – you, too, Stoffe!

    I think the students enjoyed it.
    The cult still lives!
    Watching the HPLHS film right now, which they have to write a reflection on.

    Cheers!

    – Stephen

  2. Hey, just saw this!
    Thanks, Matt – you, too, Stoffe!

    I think the students enjoyed it.
    The cult still lives!
    Watching the HPLHS film right now, which they have to write a reflection on.

    Cheers!

    – Stephen

  3. Hi there, I used to play in a band with Stephen, way back in the ’80s. I think about him from time to time, and this definitely sounds like him. If anyone knows how I can get in touch with him, please let me know, I’m at [email protected].

    Thanks!

  4. Hi there, I used to play in a band with Stephen, way back in the ’80s. I think about him from time to time, and this definitely sounds like him. If anyone knows how I can get in touch with him, please let me know, I’m at [email protected].

    Thanks!

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      Unfortunately, this post is almost five years old. For some reason, my blog started to kick out social media notices about random posts for a couple hours this afternoon, and this was one of them. My apologies for that.

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