Cover: Tales of the Crescent City
A unsettling email arrived today from Golden Goblin Press bearing a malign link to a most diabolical document… my back PDF for Tales of the Crescent City arrived! Very pretty (and the first professional CoC release of the year!) It’s a gorgeous book and I look forward to seeing in in print.
In other news, I posted a possible link of interest regarding a potential real-world source of inspiration for Devil Reef on the Sentinel Hill Press blog.
(to die pointlessly in a pile of French or Belgian mud, Turkish sand, Iraqi muck, or what have you)
Prolific (and skilled) Trail of Cthulhu author Adam Gauntlett has had a trio of his World War One scenarios bundled up and released in print – Dulce et Decorum Est collects “Vaterland”, “Dead Horse Corner” and “Sisters of Sorrow” (only the last previously released as a PDF). As with all of his work, I highly recommend it. To date in 2014 Adam has had a hand in creating 3 of the 8 releases I’ve listed on my “New Releases” page. Well done!
Oddly I’ve had the outline of a scenario called “Pro Patria Mori” floating around for over a decade now, though set after the war, since my remit has mostly been the 1920s. Perhaps I should dust that off…
† If you’re unfamiliar with where the collection’s title (or my post’s title) originate, A) call your former schools and complain and B) look here.
The first regular issue of The Arkham Gazette is now available. Please enjoy!
I may not have gone to GenCon, but the post office has been very good to me. 🙂