Everett Harre was an Americn newspaperman on the staff of the
Philadelphia Press 1905-7, and was then Associate Editor of
Hampton's (1909-11). He wrote two fantasy novels which are
included in the Bleiler Checklist. Beware After Dark contained the
first appearance of "The Call of Cthulhu" by H.P.
Anthologies Edited by T. Everett Harre:
Beware After Dark, Macaulay (New York),
"The world's most stupendous tales of mystery, horror, thrills and
stories, with compiler's introduction: "Negotium Perambulans," E.
F. Benson; "Back There in the Grass," Gouverneur Morris; "The
Mollmeit of the Mountain," Cynthia Stockley; "Fishhead," I. S.
Cobb; "The Fountain of Gold," L. Hearn; "The Shadowy Third," Ellen
Glasgow; "Lukundoo," E. L. White; "Rappaccini's Daughter," N.
Hawthorne; "Lazarus," L. Andreyeff; "The Lame Priest," S.
Carleton; "The Call of Cthulhu," H. P. Lovecraft; "Novel of the
White Powder," A. Machen [spelt "Macken" on all contents pages] ;
"The Devils of Po Sung," B. Morgan; "The Isle of Voices," R. L.
Stevenson; "The Sunken Land," G. W. Bayly; "Two Spinsters," E. P.
Oppenheim; "The Monster-God of Mamurth," E. Hamilton; "Huguenin's
Wife," M. P. Shiel; "The Coconut Pearl," Beatrice Grimshaw; "The
Quest of the Tropic Bird," J. F. Wilson; "The Striding Place,"
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