Samuel Loveman (1887–1976) was an American poet, critic, and dramatist. His exotic and imaginative verse included 1926's the Hermaphrodite and Other Poems and 1944's the Sphinx (which appeared in The Recluse published by Paul W. Cook. His friends included Ambrose Bierce, Allen Tate, Hart Crane, H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith and George Sterling. Loveman functioned as executor of Hart Crane's estate. A collection of Loveman's work, edited by S.T. Joshi and David E. Schulz, was published in 2004 as Out of the Immortal Night: Selected Works of Samuel Loveman.
Lovecraft's story "The Statement of Randolph Carter" was based on a dream he had, which included Loveman who became Harley Warren in the story.
- ^ Voelcker, Hunce. The Hart Crane Voyages. Page 17. Brownstone Press, 1967.