In their final episode of 2022, Ken and Robin talk faerie samurai, topical villains, the cure for cursed dice and more live at Dragonmeet.
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The following article originally appeared on an earlier iteration of See Page XX in December 2007. News from Pelgrane Press This month we’ve released GUMSHOE Unremitting Horror, Robin’s The Birds webcomic and The Compendium of Universal Knowledge. This is the month that we pre-released a limited edition Trail of Cthulhu and the general release version went […]
The following news items and diary entries originally appeared on DyingEarth.com in 2001 and 2002. You can find the entries for 1998-2000 here. You can find the entries for 2006-2009 here. ☀ Editor’s note: A few of these news items were not categorized by month or year – I have done my best to approximate their […]
This quick Trail of Cthulhu adventure first appeared in the Dragonmeet 2018 program book, and is based on genuine historical events that took place within a few minute’s walk of the convention centre. The Window on Standish Road What was reputed to be the appearance of the mischievous person? In white sometimes, and sometimes in the skin of […]
Courtesy of Steve Dempsey. In fairness, here is me gurning.
Dragonmeet 2011 is on the 26th November (this Saturday!) at Kensington Town Hall. You can find map here. Pelgrane Press and our sister company ProFantasy Software are long-time sponsers of the one day convention. We will be in our usual spot to the right as you enter the Great Hall. We have some great stuff […]
At Dragonmeet last year, we released a simple print version of Bookhounds which sold out almost instantly. This year we’re continuing the tradition with Night’s Black Agents, Kenneth Hite’s superb new vampire spy thriller. This will be a simple, spartan design with a full colour cover and will be limited to 50 copies. Dragonmeet this […]
We’ve printed 50 copies of Book-Hounds as a pre-release version for Dragonmeet. We are accepting orders online solely for collection at Dragonmeet. They will be numbered, and signed by Ken Hite, who will be there. You can download the bookmarked PDF straight away. The books are perfect bound, monochrome, with a colour cover. If there […]