That was easy; when asked about the status of Cubicle 7’s other Call of Cthulhu products, Mr. Boon replied:
I can tell you that I have received the completed manuscript for Cthulhu Britannica: London, yes. So watch this space!
I have also received the layout proof for ‘The Ballad of Bass Rock’, the seventh scenario from Shadows Over Scotland which had to be cut when the book ran long. I’ll be able to say more about this soon.
We also have writers working on two other projects, but those will have to remain secret for the moment.
To which I say, “Excellent!” I hope at least one of those in development secrecy is the hinted at new unspecified Northern British County sourcebook.
In other news, while I can’t say anything more on the topic, at least not until the publisher does so, known serpent (owning) man Dan Harms has mentioned the following regard Forgotten Corners of Lovecraft Country Vol. 1 (aka “The Aylesbury Book”):
It’s moving homes. More on this as it develops.
More indeed. No matter what happens, my scenario “Shadow Alchemy” will see the light, ha ha, of day somewhere.