Thursday, July 03, 2008

It's Show Time!

I have started posting again .. finally.. but been absent for a few weeks. It is the spring horse season and my daughter shows Arabians I have been out of town a fair amount in the past month. Right this moment I am in Lexington Virgina for the Region 15 Championships. After this weekend I get a 6 week break where I can keep up with the releases and updates.

With that said, new Robert E. Howard this month as it ran a little later than last month. The Dark Worlds of H. P. Lovecraft Volume 7 (The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward) will hopefully be released this month as well (hoping that Wayne June's schedule will allow for it) as well as The Rising by Brian Keene which is in final check and editing. We have started Bram Stokers Lair of the White Worm for which we have a wonderful Tom Baxa cover.

We have just released The People That Time Forgot and Out of Time's Abyss to complete ERB's Caprona Series.

The website has had numerous changes already posted with another large batch that I will post as soon as I return. (I am afraid to do it from here in case there is a problem)

In the coming weeks there will be news on the latest Elric as well as the schedule for the final pieces.

Last big news, the podcasts will start next week!

I have to go, there are stalls to be cleaned.


w. h. pugmire, esq. said...

Many thanx for ye info on YE DARK WORLDS OF H. P. LOVECRAFT Vol 7! "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" is my all-time favourite Lovecraft story. In Octobyr of 1707 HPL's editor, S. T. Joshi took some few friends and I on a tour of Lovecraftian sites in Providnece, and shew'd us ye mansion where Charles Ward grew up. I love this audio series, and I am in a fever to listen to "Ward." Something happens when I listen to these weird stories, it seems to work and awaken a different portion of my brain, and I "catch" things in the text that eluded me during my many readings. It's a wonderful series. YOG-SOTHOTH!

Fred Godsmark said...

First .. I am not dead, just over-run with things.

Second, thanks for the kind words, we are justifiably proud of the series and are continuing it as soon as we can. Wayne June who reads them for us has been under the weather for quite some. I am hoping that he will be up and at it in the next couple of months, then we can go back at it with a vengence.