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In this issue, eight artists have offered their interpretations of the Mi-go from H. P. Lovecraft’s fiction.
The Mi-go are an invention of H. P. Lovecraft. They appear in a handful of stories, most notably in The Whisperer in the Dark. They are described as large, pinkish, fungoid, crustacean-like entities the size of a man. Where a head would be, they have a “convoluted ellipsoid” composed of pyramided, fleshy rings covered in antennae. They are capable of going into suspended animation until softened and reheated by the sun or some other source of heat. They are about five feet (1.5 m) long, and their crustacean-like bodies bear numerous sets of paired appendages. They possess a pair of membranous bat-like wings which are used to fly through the “aether” of outer space. The wings do not function well on Earth…