Let’s start the year in good fashion with another Call of Cthulhu collection update.
- MRP0017 – Horror for the holidays: This is a horror fiction anthology published by Miskatonic River Press containing works by H.P. Lovecraft, Ramsey Campbell, Scott David Aniolowski, Robert M. Price, W.H. Pugmire and Kevin Ross just to name a few. The theme of this anthology is obviously holidays and celebrations and you can find works on Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, even Valentine’s Day…
- MRP0015 – Dissecting Cthulhu: This is another Miskatonic River Press anthology, this time of essays on the Cthulhu Mythos, written by the likes of Richard L. Tierney, Will Murray, Robert M. Price, and S.T. Joshi himself, a well-known expert on Lovecraftian lore, who also edited this volume. My copy is signed by S.T. Joshi as was the case for the first 50 pre-ordered copies.
- Graham Walmsley – Stealing Cthulhu: This is a book about taking elements, monsters, and plotlines from H.P. Lovecraft’s stories and using them in your Call of Cthulhu games. This book was initially started as a fundraiser on IndieGoGo. I have both the unannotated softcover edition (500 copies made), and the limited annotated hardcover edition (200 copies made) including several postcards showcasing the interior artwork. My name is also in the thankslist of the book as one of the fundraiser supporters. Writer Graham Walmsley confirmed to me that the softcover version is likely to be reprinted.
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