The author H P Lovecraft died in March 1937. Well within the age of audio recording and popular literary journalism.
Are any recordings of his voice known to exist, or are there any descriptions of his style of speaking contained within reviews or interviews in literary publications or the literary sections of newspapers published contemporaneously to his life?
For example, comments regarding his accent, alliteration, or phraseology. Or recordings in which he pronounces key words, names, titles, or phrases found in his writings. Which may be used to gain greater insight or familiarity with the world of Lovecraft as expressed by Lovecraft himself.