We’re back on schedule! This month’s episode clocks in at a svelte 2 hours and 13 minutes. Your hosts are Ross Payton (Role Playing Public Radio, Zombies of the World) and Shane Ivey (The Unspeakable Oath, Arc Dream Publishing).
In this episode we interview Adam Scott Glancy of Pagan Publishing.
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0:00:00 THEME MUSIC: “Nyarlathotep” by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy Divine Industries. Copyright 2011. Visit www.thickets.net.
0:01:07 WELCOME: Shane is back on Tolkien like a junkie mainlining heroin after ten years clean. Also, hello to Adam Scott Glancy, multiple award winner for looking like Walter from The Big Lebowski and for writing amazing Call of Cthulhu sourcebooks. We talk a bit about picking music for the Ennie Awards.
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- Miskatonic River Press with The Legacy of Arrius Lurco for Cthulhu Invictus.
- H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival, Sept. 16-17 in L.A. and Sept. 30 – Oct. 1 in Portland.
- Atlas Games with Cliffourd the Big Red God and Cthulhu Gloom.
- Innsmouth Free Press with Historical Lovecraft: Tales of Horror Through Time.
0:19:10 AN ASIDE: LARPing in Hollywood is not like your Earth LARPing.
0:23:33 NEWS: Toren Atkinson is dead to us! Except for all the art he’s still doing for us and letting us use the awesome music of The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. He has a job now which means he can pay his rent but can’t find time to keep recording this podcast.
Happy birthday . . . to you. Happy . . . birthday . . . to you. Happy . . . birthday . . . Mr. Lovecraft! Happy birthday . . . to you.
More on the Ennie Awards at GenCon 2011 — Delta Green: Targets of Opportunity and Yog-Sothoth.com. Scott says Paul MacLean plays Call of Cthulhu like a lemming on crack.
The 30th anniversary Call of Cthulhu hardback.
The status of TUO 20 and 21. At PAX, Scott is doing a panel on horror in gaming and is running a Delta Green game that adapts some of the “Divine Fire” scenario by Ross’ friend Tom Church.
0:42:15 INTERLUDE: “Shhh…” by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy Divine Industries. Copyright 2011. Visit www.thickets.net.
0:44:05 INTERVIEW WITH ADAM SCOTT GLANCY: How he came to Pagan Publishing. What he likes in the Oath. What he likes best in Call of Cthulhu and what would he change. One-shots vs. long-term games. Behind the name “Karotechia.” Bret Kramer being a great writer. What defines Delta Green in the 2010s?
2:08:22 THE END: Shane wusses out so he can go to work. Coming soon: “The Night Mission,” actual play from GenCon. Rate us on iTunes!