Our author S R Jones has finalized the Table of Contents for his upcoming non-fiction work, When The Stars Are Right: Towards An Authentic R’lyehian Spirituality, and so this morning we present it to you, our discerning and classy Migraineers, in all its perplexing and evocative tease. With a Foreword by Jordan Stratford and interior illos by Michael Lee Macdonald, this book (which we’re producing in our usual e-formats AND the hoary old medium of *gasp* PRINT!) will offer to the reader an interpretation of Lovecraft’s Mythos not yet seen. Serious gnostic text? Crank fundamentalist screed? Psychedelic auto-ethnography? YOU DECIDE. Whatever it is, we hope and plan to have it ready by Christmas time, so you can get your festival on right!

Please pepper us with questions and/or concerns in the comments, and if you’d like to tweet about When The Stars Are Right we encourage you to use the hashtag #keepinitrlyeh  And, as long as you’re on Twitter, follow @Cthulhusattva, where Jones is posting excerpts from the work as it is completed. Alright! Enough with the promotional hoo-ha! Here’s the TOC…

Towards An Authentic R’lyehian Spirituality

Foreword (by Jordan Stratford)

Sunken Bells in the Deep: An Introduction

H P Lovecraft: An Acknowledgement, A Dismissal

The Deadly Light: Examining the Great Old Ones

The Prolonged of Life: Meditations on Yog-Sothoth
Telling the Audient Void: the Voice of Nyarlathotep
The Conqueror Womb: Parsing Shub-Niggurath
A Certain Sort of Men: Dagon & the Deep One Aesthetic
On Cthulhu

The Cthulhusattva Vow

A Tour of R’lyeh

The Black Gnosis

Beating Nietzsche’s Horse: Notes on the Black Gnosis and Mental Illness

Beyond the Strange Angles

Chilling in the Ghetto with the Deep Down Homies
My Own Private Necronomicon
The Wisdom in the Clay

The Unbearable Strangeness of Being: Sex and the R’lyehian

Through Sunset’s Gate: Death and the R’lyehian

Afterword: Yes, Meridian, There Is A Great Cthulhu