MUP 122 – Sammons Chanted Evening

In this episode, Dan, Jon and Chad are joined by Beast of Editing Brian Sammons to discuss an upcoming Golden Goblin Press fiction anthology “Between Twilight and Dawn,” a collection of Lovecraftian horror stories that begin at twilight and end at dawn. We discuss the book and ways to use horror fiction to inform your horror gaming, plus some other projects underway and a few questions from listeners. This episode was recorded on May 1, 2017 and is sponsored by Golden Goblin Press.

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An update on Into the Cold Waste, a new album by YSDC musical virtuoso Allicorn on…minidisc. Why minidisc? Because Paul is a silly. You can hear more about it on a recent News From Pnakotus Check out this article about Guillermo del Toro on ‘At the Mountains of Madness’ and a Hard Lesson Learned. There’s a new teaser out for “Call of Cthulhu – The Official Video Game.” Mike Mason was a guest author at Fantasy Grounds’ FG Con Listen to guest author Mike Mason of Chaosium talk about Call of Cthulhu, Chaosium and Pulp Cthulhu at FG Con 10. The Bloop: An Underwater Mystery That Took Nearly 10 Years to Solve The sound of bursting of glacial bubbles, or “Breath of Ages” was also mentioned. Here’s a first look inside the printed Grand Grimoire of Cthulhu Mythos Magic, new supplement for Call of Cthulhu Ongoing Campaign Updates: A Forest: Lovecraft based “choose your own adventure,” where half the profit will go to cancer research. A Cthulhu based interactive horror novel that develops differently based on your decisions.
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Sigil & Sign update – the Cubicle 7 game where you play a cultist. Sweet Dreams Cthulhu: A Lovecraftian Bedtime Board Book The Book of Contemporary Magical Things from From Stygian Fox – 100 pages of modern, seemingly mundane, items that are imbued with magical power. Archive: Historical People, Places, and Events for RPGs – Archive is the sequel to a book successfully Kickstarted five years ago: The GM’s Real-World Reference. Between Twilight and Dawn – A collection of Lovecraftian and cosmic horror stories that begin at twilight and end at dawn. This episode is sponsored by Golden Goblin Press with an eye to getting the word out about this fiction Kickstarter, though it is still covered as Crier news).


In light of the upcoming Kickstarter for Between Twilight and Dawn, we talk with Brian about how to use fiction or films to spur horror gaming ideas. “We are interested in having Brian Sammons on to talk about the project and other things, such as the difference between fiction and scenario authors and authors who do both, and our fiction companion line (fiction collections supporting RPG projects). Kingsport scenario he is about to start Writing for us, part of the 1 week kingsport themes KS we are running next year as a Sequel to Cold Warning.” A Year In Kingsport – Brian’s scenario is tentatively called- Prisoners of the Escape Tails of Valor – Cat stories RPG book Tails of Terror fiction anthology Next Anthology book will be Lovecraft Country- Then and Now. Sam Gafford- The House of Nodens – Dark Regions Press Questions from listeners and MU luminaries: Bret: Why is Kingsport awesome? Sean: Best non-Cthulhu book you read in the last year. A Head Full of Ghosts Bret: What movie would you like to see make into a scenario? The Taking of Deborah Logan Max: What is your best horror gaming moment? He took the novel “The Scream” and made a campaign out of it. Discuss this episode on the Campus Forum.]]>