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April 2015: View from the Pelgrane’s Nest

The London office has a Cat-shaped hole in it, as she settles back home in her native Ireland. The Dracula Dossier is progressing – Gar and Ken barely have a reflection left between them. Kevin has been editing and polishing the TimeWatch manuscript, and we’ve taken the management of communications for the project in-house – […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest

Cat Tobin is off back to Ireland in a few days, so in the meantime we’ve been planning how Pelgrane Press will level-up under its new management, with improved marketing, better organised play and (my favourite) spending more time playing games and attending conventions. Mark Fulford of sister company ProFantasy Software has been working on […]

November 2014: View from the Pelgrane’s Nest

As December approaches our thoughts turn to the Dragonmeet convention here in London and the gathering of the Pelgranistas. We will be discussing next year’s releases, International PelgraneCon 2015 and celebrating the outcome of the Dracula Dossier Kickstarter.  Money will change hands—whose hands give and take depend on the outcome. There will be tears, laughter, […]

July 2014: View From the Pelgrane’s Nest

Our best intentions lay in ruins as we scramble, once again, to get all the books out for GenCon Indy. But our pain is your unalloyed pleasure, as we provide you with a slew of preorders and new releases for 13th Age, Trail and others. In addition, we have been nominated for a host of […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – June 2014

This will be a short Pelgrane’s Nest – the fledgings are demanding fresh freelancer flesh (say that three times quickly!). The 13th Age work flow is now established, with the Bestiary printed, 13 True Ways on preorder, and two others in layout. Ken Hite has written much more than we expected for  his latest KWAS Voodoo […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – November 2013

The holiday season is sneaking up on us, and I picture our US readers slumping on the sofa (couch?) almost immobile; easy pickings for a hungry pelgrane. So, what new releases might consume you? We launch Dust and Mirrors, the Night’s Black Agents sound track album; the long-awaitied Esoterror Summoning, which is as dangerous as […]

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