I was reading Pickman’s Model, one of my favorite Lovecraft stories, and I realized I recognized most of the places he was talking about in the story. There was the studio on Newbury Street and South Station and there was the North End. In fact, Lovecraft placed Pickman’s studio of horrors right smack dab in the middle of the North End on an unnamed street.
But I want to find it. At least, I want to find the general location where the story was set. Since Boston is deadset on staying the same way it was hundreds of years ago, I’ll be looking at the same buildings that Lovecraft saw in his Boston, almost a hundred years ago.
And there’s something distinctly appealing about that, the ability to go and see the places that affected a writer.
So, since I have business up in the North End anyway, I figured I might as well poke around while I’m there and try and see what Lovecraft.
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2 thoughts on “Looking for Pickman”
How’d it go?
Pickman get you?