Cave, Hugh B[arnett]


Cave, Hugh B[arnett]
   (b. 1910)
   American pulp writer and correspondent of HPL in the 1930s. Cave contributed voluminously to the weird and science fiction pulps from 1929 onward and became a prototypical “professional” writer. In the 1930s, Cave resided in Pawtuxet, R.I., but he and HPL never met. The two engaged in a heated exchange of correspondence (nonextant) regarding the ethics and aesthetics of writing for the pulps. Some of Cave’s pulp writing is collected in Murgunstrumm and Others (Carcosa House, 1977) and Death Stalks the Night (Fedogan & Bremer, 1995). He has recently written several horror novels for paperback publishers as well as a memoir, Magazines I Remember (Chicago: Tattered Pages Press, 1994).
   See Audrey Parente, Pulp Man’s Odyssey: The Hugh B. Cave Story(1988).

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