Fantasy Commentator Volume 7 Number 1 (#41) 
A. Langley Searles
Year :
Fall 1990
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Periodical (8.5 x 11 inches, saddle stapled)
Pages : 76
Cover art : Photo of H.P. Lovecraft
Illustrations : None
     Fantasy Commentator Volume 7 Number 1 (#41)
Other editions:

"The Tavern" (poem)
Non-REH Contents
"Death of a Gentleman: Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s Last Days" by R. Alain Everts
"Deception" by Steve Eng (poem)
A Sheaf of Sonnets by Contemporaries of Howard Lovecraft
"Mad Dreams (for H.P. Lovecraft)"
by Richard Ely Morse (poem)
"Atavism" by Elinor Wylie (poem)
"White Death" by Clark Ashton Smith (poem)
"Galaxies" by Stanton A. Coblentz (poem)
"Bernarr MacFadden and His Obsession with Science-Fiction: Part Five— GHOST STORIES MAGAZINE" by Sam Moskowitz
"The Skater of Ghost Lake"
by William Rose Benét (poem)
"Lovecraft’s Two Views of Arkham"
by Edward W. O’Brien, Jr.
Book Reviews
"The Supernatural Tales of Fitz-James O’Brien" 
Review by Sam Moskowitz

"Rama II" by Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee
Review by James A. Lee
"Lord of the Hollow Dark" by Russell Kirk
Review by Edward W. O’Brien, Jr.
"Sixty Selected Poems" by Joseph Payne Brennan
Review by H. R. Felgenhauer
"The Parents of Howard Phillips Lovecraft"
by Kenneth W. Faig Jr.

Review by
A. Langley Searles

"Father Images in Lovecraft’s Hypnos"
by John McInnis
"Lovely, Dark, and Deep" by Lee Becker (poem)
"Sons of Super-Science" by Mike Ashley
"The Lovecraft Centennial Celebration"
by Sam Moskowitz
"Lovecraft Psychoanalyzed" by Wilfred B. Talman
"Voyagers Through Eternity: A History of Science Fiction from the Beginnings to H.G. Wells; Part VI"
by Sam Moskowitz
"Open House" (Letter Column)
"Beyond the Role Reversal Sector"
by Steve Sneyd 
"Under the Fluorescent Moon" by R. L. Boas (poem)
"Illumination" by John Francis Haines (poem)
Editor: A. Langley Searles
Lovecraft Centennial Issue
Searles published twenty-eight issues of Fantasy Commentator between 1943 and 1953, then resumed publication in 1978 with number 29; the last issue appeared in 2004.