Authors: Kenneth Hite

Cover Artists: Anna Kryczkowska

Pages: 9


“Satan here held his Babylonish court, and in the blood of stainless childhood the leprous limbs of phosphorescent Lilith were laved.” Lilith as Queen of the Vampires, Lady of the Night — or as First Rebel and First Heroine? We look at the many faces of Lilith, as a Trail of Cthulhu titan (Elder Goddess or Great Old One), Night’s Black Agents vampire queen, Mutant City Blues super-Typhoid Mary, and at her role in the center of the First Esoterror Operation.

Like a proper improper goddess should, Lilith comes in many forms: Queen of the Vampires and Lady of the Night — or First Rebel and First Heroine. Herewith, a look at the many faces of Lilith, and at her sisters in shadow from Sumeria to Red Hook.

Praise for Ken Writes About Stuff:

“a brief injection of Hite-ian awesome … they’re just about the right length to digest in a single sitting, and full of amazing ideas that will make anyone’s game into a flavourful occult gumbo.”High Trust, High Drama Blog

Lilith is the twelfth instalment of Ken Writes About Stuff Volume 1.

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