Key original texts from the 19th and early 20th centuries
- 'An Inhabitant of Carcosa', and 'Haita the Shepherd' by Ambrose Bierce were the very first stories in the evolving Hastur Mythos. They first appeared together in Bierce's collection Tales of Soldiers and Civilians, and then again in Can Such Things Be?.
- The King In Yellow, 1895 collection of short stories by Robert W. Chambers, in which he took names from Bierce's two tales and used them to help hint at a broader mythos. This collection defines much of the fiction.
- 'The Whisperer in Darkness' by H.P. Lovecraft brought the concept of Hastur into The Cthulhu Mythos.
- 'The Return of Hastur' by August Derleth did much to define The Cthulhu Mythos version of Hastur.
Additional texts from the late 20th and 21st centuries
- The Hastur Cycle, 1997 anthology edited by Robert M. Price. Includes both of Bierce's stories, two of Chambers' most important works, The Return of Hastur and a couple of other important stories.
- The King In Yellow, 2006 play by Thom Ryng, an attempt to reconstruct the fictional play.
- Carcosa, Where The Long Shadows Fall, 2006 collection by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
- Death Songs of Carcosa, 2006 collection from Rainfall Books, edited by John B. Ford and Steve Lines.
- The Yellow Sign 1, 2006 collection of fiction and poetry from Rainfall Books, edited by John B. Ford and Steve Lines.
- Rehearsals for Oblivion (Act I), 2007 anthology of short stories and poems edited by Peter A. Worthy. Contains two of the stories in a trilogy by John Tynes.
- The King In Yellow: an Anthology, 2007 small-press anthology from Atlantean Publishing edited by DJ Tyrer. Includes a number of stories and poems, as well as speculation on the mythos.
- The Yellow Sign 2, 2007 collection of fiction and poetry from Rainfall Books, edited by John B. Ford and Steve Lines.
- The Phantom of Truth, 2010 collection of poetry and prose by DJ Tyrer and Glynn Owen Barrass.
- Sosostris by John Tynes concludes his trilogy.
- The Yellow Sign 3, 2011 collection of fiction from Rainfall Books, edited by John B. Ford and Steve Lines.
- Yellow Leaves, a new poetry series from Atlantean Publishing.
- A Season In Carcosa, 2012 collection of fiction from Miskatonic River Press, edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
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