Still working on my year-end-wrap-up but I didn’t want to miss out on the post-holidays batch of podcasts and new books and other news
Miskatonic University Podcast
They’ve had two episodes since I last mentioned them:
A long (long long) interview with Adam Scott Glancy and a not quite as long (but still substantial) interview with Kenneth Hite.
The Good Friends of Jackson Elias, slowing their pace down, talked about combat in 7th Ed. Call of Cthulhu and their favorite ‘weird’ movies.
Finally, the second part of the new Plot Points podcast’s discussion of Convergence is also out.
As for RPG stuff…
Secrets of Tibet is now available in print and Dead Lights as a PDF. If you have two grand (or were part of the Kickstarter) you can have a look at the proof of Horror on the Orient Express.
The Unspeakable Oath released the subscriber rewards – fiction from Adam Scott Glancy and John Tynes.
Oscar Rios has announced that the Kickstarter for Golden Goblin Press’ next book “Tales of the Crescent City” will start on January 24th.
And I tied for second in the most recent Shotgun Scenario contest on the Delta Green Mailing List.
There may be more, but I can’t think of it right now.