Let’s dig in…
Cubicle 7 have released a cover image preview of their next book in the World War Cthulhu series – the SOE Handbook (that’s it to the right)- and received the first advanced copies of their London Box Set (of which I had a very small part in creating). Oooohhh pretty…
Golden Goblin Press have previewed the scenario titles for their forthcoming CoC scenario collection Tales of the Caribbean. Their Kickstarter is planned to launch September 9th.
Yog-Sothoth.com’s Kickstater for the Cthulhu Breakfast Club podcast is at 81% with just over two weeks to go. Tick tock people.
We’ve had a few new Lovecraftian podcast episodes and related projects:
- Ken and Robin spoke about stuff including a shockingly tedious spitball discussion on building a fantasy setting based on alignment languages, a far more interesting interview with Leeman Kessler (of AskLovecraft), and an always amusing overview of Ken’s book purchases from Powell’s whilst in Portland for CthulhuCon.
- The Miskatonic University Podcast crew talked about their favorite Mythos monsters. Spoiler – they’re all undead or undead-adjacent.
- Paul Fricker (of CoC 7th Ed. fame and Good Friend of Jackson Elias) has been putting out a series of YouTube video guides for people new to the Call of Cthulhu RPG.
Finally I wanted to note that recently I’ve been enjoying The Double Shadow: A Clark Ashton Smith podcast. I’d not read much (any perhaps?) of Clark Ashton Smith’s fiction, Mythos-related or otherwise, and I’ve found the show to be a great introduction to CAS and his stories. My only regret is that real-world concerns have of late greatly slowed down their release schedule. Come for three hosts’ jovial banter, stay for them struggling to pronounce CAS’ alphabet-salad like names and absurd adjectives. Avoosl Woothoqquan? Quinquangular? I’m sold!