I’m sitting here battling off a nasty cold, which started on Thursday. So it’s lots of rest and liquids.
Some information of note, in the meantime:
- Miskatonic River Press has announced Tales of the Sleepless City, a book of Call of Cthulhu scenarios set in 1920s New York City. “To Awaken What Never Sleeps,” my Fritz Leiber tribute, is one of them. You can pre-order it here.
- The Unspeakable Oath is open for subscriptions once again. Also, its publisher, Arc Dream, talks more about the electronic version of the The Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia.
- I’ll be having a book signing and talk on The Long-Lost Friend at Imagicka in Binghamton, New York this Friday evening. It’s during the same time as the Binghamton Zombie Walk, so that’s two reasons to come downtown at that time.
- Stefany Ann Golberg has written an excellent review of the Friend which has gotten some press lately. She does an excellent job of teasing out how the Friend fits into the history of self-help books, of which it is certainly an example.
- I’m hoping to have some good news on the publishing front soon. I never talk about these things until everything’s signed and people are ready to go forward, but I’m quite happy with what’s being proposed.
Off to rest and play computer games…