"Dagon" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft, written in July 1917, one of the first stories he wrote as an adult. It was first published in the November 1919 edition of The Vagrant (issue #11).
Although there has never been any mention of it by Lovecraft himself, there is an ancient Sumerian god named Dagon who is the fertility god of grains and fish. He is sometimes depicted as being part fish, or simply wearing a fish. Since Lovecraft was fond of references to actual archaeological discoveries in his writings from time to time, he may have come across this ancient god and decided to use it for some vague inspiration. This, of course, is speculation.
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