Spring 2012 finds us developing over 50 new releases. Up to half of these books could be print ready by the end of the year. Just how many new books release in 2012 will be dependent upon funding, cash flow, and over all sales. As things stand now it looks like this will be a very good year for us.
Here is a quick look at the books which have already been edited and are currently in production. n other words these titles are currently either in art direction, layout, or proofing. While they are listed in no particular order each of them is expected to be ready for publishing this year. We will be posting more information about these titles in the coming weeks.
- Mythic Iceland
- BRP Fantasy Sourcebook
- Cthulhu By Gaslight 3rd
- COC Sourcebook A Long Way Home
- Science Fiction Novel Atomic Age Cthulhu
- COC Adventure Collection “Shan Campaign”
- COC Classic era Campaign House of R’lyeh
- COC Adventure Collection Undead & Unbound
- Horror Fiction Anthology Advanced Sorcery
- BRP Magic Sourcebook Enlightened Magic
- BRP Magic Sourcebook The Terror
- COC Adventure Canis Mysterium
- CoC Adventure Magic World
- BRP RPG Magic World GM Screen
- BRP GM Aid Pulp Adventures for BRP
- BRP Sourcebook
Cthulhu by Gaslight is already available in PDF and the Hardcover will be arriving April 4th for $28.95.
Horror Roleplaying in 1890s England
IN THE 1890s, Cthulhu and his minions share the globe with the mighty British Empire. But they owe allegiance to an empire of their own — a dark and cruel design on ownership of the world and on the dreams of humanity. Even among the green fields of rural England, only thoughtful and energetic intervention keeps the shadows at bay.
CTHULHU BY GASLIGHT offers a thoroughly developed Victorian England setting for use with Call of Cthulhu. Character creation has been enhanced with new wrinkles. There are articles on the Victorian world, crime, politics, personalities, and so forth. There are extensive sections on the Cthulhu Mythos in Britain — creatures, cults, and books — and a précis of Ramsey Campbell’s Severn River Valley. Also included are tips on running various types of Gaslight-era campaigns, a gazetteer of intriguing British myths and legends, a selection of friends and foes from Victorian fiction, and a lengthy bibliography/filmography of suggested reading and viewing. Rounding out this edition are a pair of Victorian-era scenarios — one an urban adventure set in London, the other set in rural Dartmoor. Includes a two-color, fold-out map of the City of London.
By William Barton, Kevin Ross. 192 pages, with handouts. 8.5 x 11″ perfect-bound paperback with fold-out map of 1890s London and Major Transit Systems (illustrated below).
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