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Chaosium Fiction

This is an overview of the Chaosium Fiction line and releases. The Chaosium Fiction line started at the end of 1992 with King of Sartar by Greg Stafford, followed by Penelope Love’s Castle of Eyes . Then the line took an almost solely Cthulhu Mythos approach with very few exceptions.

In May 2017 James Lowder was hired by Chaosium as executive editor of fiction after serving as a consulting editor since 2015.

4500King of Sartar (December 1992)1-929052-00-6$19,95
6000Castle of Eyes (April 1993)1-56882-005-4$14,95
6001The Hastur Cycle (October 1993)1-56882-009-7$9,95
6002Mysteries of the Worm (October 1993)1-56882-012-7$9,95Originally published by Zebra Books in 1981
6003Cthulhu's Heirs (March 1994)1-56882-013-5$9,95
6004The Shub-Niggurath Cycle (July 1994)1-56882-017-8$9,95
6005The Cthulhu Cycle
6006The Azathoth Cycle
6007Encyclopedia Cthulhiana (December 1994)1-56882-039-9$10,95
6008The Book of Iod
6009Made in Goatswood1-56882-046-1$10,95
6010The Dunwich Cycle1-56882-047-7$10,95
6011the Disciples of Cthulhu
6012The Necronomicon
6013The Xothic Legend Cycle (February 1997)
6013The Xothic Legend Cycle (June 2006)1-56882-195-6$16,95
6014Singers of Strange Songs
6015Scroll of Thoth
6016The Complete Pegana (February 1998)
6016The Complete Pegana (June 2006)1-56882-190-5$14,95
6017The Innsmouth Cycle (February 1998)
6017The Innsmouth Cycle (2006)1-56882-199-9$14,95
6018Nightmare's Disciple (1999)1-56882-118-2$14,95
6019The Nyarlathotep Cycle (May 1997)1-56882-092-5$10,95
6019The Nyarlathotep Cycle (2006)1-56882-260-X$14,95
6020The Hastur Cycle (February 1997)1-56882-94-1$10,95
6020The Hastur Cycle Revised edition (2006)
6020The Hastur Cycle 2nd Revised Edition (2014)1-56882-192-1$17,95
6021The Ithaqua Cycle (July 1998)1-56882-124-7$12,95
6021The Ithaqua Cycle (2006)1-56882-191-3$15,95
6022Encyclopedia Cthulhiana
6023The Yellow Sign (2004)
6024Tales out of Innsmouth (September 1999)
6024Tales out of Innsmouth (2006)1-56882-201-4$16,95
6025Other NationsCancelled
6026The Book of Eibon (June 2006)1-56882-193-X$21,95
6027Book of Dzyan (February 2000)1-56882-259-6$15,95
6028Nameless Cults
6029The Tsathoggua Cycle (2005)1-56882-131-X$14,95
6030The Three Imposters & Other Stories (April 2001)
6030The Three Imposters & Other Stories (January 2007)1-56882-132-8$14,95
6031The Antarktos Cycle (1999)
6032Songs of Cthulhu (August 2001)1-56882-117-4$13,95
6032Songs of Cthulhu (August 2001)1-56882-117-4$13,95Blueprint
6033Disciples of Cthulhu 2 (2003)
6034The Necronomicon (2003)
6035The White People & Other Stories (May 2003)1-56882-172-7$14,95
6036The Terror & Other Stories (April 2005)1-56882-175-1$15,95
6037Mysteries of the Worm (June 2009)1-56882-176-X$15,95
6038Arkham Tales (2006)1-56882-185-9$15,95
6039Antarktos Cycle (September 2006)1-56882-204-9$28,95
6040The Spiraling Worm (2007)
6040-HCThe Spiraling Worm (2007)
6041Frontier Cthulhu (November 2007)1-56882-219-7$14,95
6042The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson (2008)1-56882-220-0$14,95
6043Voodoo VirusNot yet published
6044Cthulhu's Dark Cults (May 2010)1-56882-235-9$14,95
6045Rl'yeh RisingNot yet published
6046The Klarkash-Ton Cycle (2008)1-56882-160-3$14,95
6047The Yith Cycle (November 2010)1-56882-327-4$16,95
6048Eldritch Evolutions
6049A Long Way Home
6051Undead & Unbound
6052Eldritch Chrome
6053Atomic Age Cthulhu
6054Steampunk Cthulhu (2013)1-56882-394-0$18,95
6055Extreme Planets
6056Once Upon an Apocalypse
6057Madness on the Orient Express (December 2014)1-56882-399-1$15,95
6060Goat Mother and Others
6061Edge of Sundown1-56882-079-8$16,95
6062Mark of the Beast
6063Legacy of the Reanimator
6064Cassilda's Song (2015)1-56882-082-8$16,95
6065The Leaves of a Necronomicon (2018)
H.P.Lovecraft's Dagon for Beginning Readers (2018)
Sisterhood: Dark Tales and Secret Histories (2018)
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