Cthulhu & Friends Reads: The Nameless City by H.P. Lovecraft

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We’re a podiobook again!! We’re excited to present The Nameless City by H.P. Lovecraft! Performed, edited, and produced by the sexy and sultry M. Hiroshi Sutherland! The Nameless City was written by H.P. Lovecraft in January 1921 and first published in the November 1921 issue of the amateur press journal The Wolverine. Many consider this …

Agents of Dreamland Review: The Static is the Signal

By Christina Ladd on

The Signalman is waiting. The cultists are waiting. Time divides them, and a short, terrible burst of violence, but that’s not very much, in the scheme of this universe. They all want to know what happened–what is happening–in the desert, but only the Signalman knows enough to be afraid. Something the cultists will only learn …

Coming Soon: A Sequel to Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere

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Neil Gaiman, the author of the new bestselling book Norse Mythology, closed an event at London’s Southbank Centre by announcing a sequel to his novel Neverwhere. The book has long been listed as The Seven Sisters according to the FAQ on his website which Gaiman confirmed at the show. Originally, Neverwhere began as an idea between Lenny Henry, a comedian and actor, …

Should You Read: Monstress?

By Joshua Scalf on

“Be smart. Be obedient. That might keep you alive… but nothing will keep you whole. Not in that place.” Set in a world of humans, beast-folk known as “Ancients”, Ancient/human half-breeds known as “Arcanics”, vagabond, storytelling cats, and Lovecraftian monstrosities known only as “The Old Gods”, Monstress is a high-fantasy story that has garnered a lot of …

Hamilton Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda to Produce The Kingkiller Chronicle

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In October of 2015, it was announced that Lionsgate had won a bidding war for the rights to adapt The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss for film, television, and video games. Now over a year later, creator and former star of Hamilton has signed on to produce the adaptation. From the article from The Wrap: Miranda will serve …

Fear is the Mind-Killer for Legendary’s New Dune Development Deal

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Put on your Stillsuit and mount your sandworm – Legendary Entertainment has acquired the film and television rights to Frank Herbert’s Dune. In the past, the novel was made into a film in the ’80s directed by David Lynch and starring Kyle MacLachlan and a miniseries on SyFy (then the Sci Fi Channel) in the early 2000s, starring …