Since it first appeared as the Encyclopedia Cthulhiana in the 1990s, the Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia by Dan Harms has been the go-to resource for deep research since into the works of H.P. Lovecraft and the writers he inspired. You could look up any Cthulhu Mythos entity or name or title in the table of contents and each one was cross-referenced with other entries that you could look up and read from there.
Now for the first time you can do all that on your mobile device or smartphone.
In the ebook edition of the Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia from Arc Dream Publishing, you can scroll through the table of contents to find what you need, just like in the print edition.
But even more powerfully, you can search for a term and see what kinds of references show up, including things you might not spot by thumbing through the pages. Scrolling through the search results for “Yog-Sothoth,” for example, takes you through dozens of facinating entries, one after the other, enough to fill your fevered imagination with horrors for hours.
What have you found in it?