THE UNITED AMATEUR - March, 1915 Bureau of Criticism - H. P. Lovecraft // Lovecraft had only been published as an official member of the UPAOA less than a year, and here in March, 1915 he was already making his presence felt as the leading critic in The Bureau of Critics. HPL is present here with two appearances - a poem entitled "March", and with multiple pages of criticism.
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