Traditionally, the "Lovecraft Circle" members and their direct contributions are limited to:

The Circle could also be extended to others friends or correspondents of Lovecraft:

Manly Wade Wellman is sometimes considered as part of the Circle as another prominent contemporary writer for Weird Tales, although he never met or corresponded with Lovecraft himself. By his admission, he purposefuly wrote "The Terrible Parchment" as part of the Mythos,[1] although "One Other" or "Up Under the Roof" have Lovecraftian influence. He nevertheless dismiss "The Letters of Cold Fire" and "Shonokin Town" from being part of the Mythos.[citation needed]

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  1. Letter to E.P. Berglund, March 17, 1973

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