Bruce Sterling’s two catscan aticles (from SF Eye) about Jules Verne and The Bohemians
ICon is over now, I can sort-of breath, and now it’s time to dive into two new campaigns! The one I’m GMing is a late Victorian game, and the more I learn about the period, the more inadequate I feel my research is. Speaking of research, here’s a nicely relevant article (since one of my […]
Renee describes her experiences in WorldCon, such as hearing depressing tips for writing successful fantasy and talking linguistics with CJ Cherryh.
New York City in the 1920s: Call of Cthulhu resources gathers a few good links together in a nice place.
The Mana Bros. Cthulhu Pages is an Italian website (in English) which has lots of material for Call of Cthulhu, including a Delta Green campaign set in Vietnam and a guide to Turin and Italy during the 1920s. It’s a well-written site, with excellent graphics and quotes. One section of their site, Niteside Dreams, describes […]