While H.P. Lovecraft's total ouput cannot be called voluminous, he left enough to make a substantial impact on the fields of horror and science-fiction. Still, we all wonder what he would have done next had he lived longer.
A number of Lovecraft's stories and poems were published in the greatest of the weird fiction pulps. Written in 1918, Polaris appeared in the December 1937 issue of WEIRD TALES, just a few months after his death.