This article describes the fear of infection through the Covid19 pandemic and the rapid phase change of human species with H. P. Lovecraft’s fiction and “Project LC. RC”. Pandemic and climate change, which can be called global weirding, fundamentally question the status and history of human species in the ecosystem. The horror creature and cosmological indifferentism in Lovecraft’s weird fiction are contemporary in that they help shed light on today’s global weirding. But Lovecraft’s racism allows him to ask more fundamental questions about the logjam of his cosmic horror. “Project LC. RC” are a Korean writers’s works of cultural variation that rewrites controversial racism and misogyny in Lovecraft’s fiction. Such variation becomes the task of creating a mutation in Lovecraft as it becomes infected with the affection of Lovecraft’s writing. This article first noted the creative power of Lovecraft’s fiction that induces such a mutation. And under this premise, this article wanted to reveal the meaning of Lee Seo young, Eun rim, and Kim Bo young’s recreates of Lovecraft’s fiction through the analysis of images and motifs of abject, plant creature and symbiosis. Specifically, Lovecraft’s creature, which evokes phallic fear, turns into an image of an abject embracing and comforting women’s despair(“I Want You to Stay Low”), a plant creature that provides women with refuge(“Color in the Well”), and a creature of care and symbiotic life(“A Sea of Plague”). This recreate/rewriting has contemporary significance in that it embodies values such as labor, care, and solidarity in their works. The conclusion noted another power of creative variation in Lovecraft’s fiction, which is not reduced to recreate/rewriting.