Archive of Posts in "Interlude"

In this episode/interlude, we talk a bit about what we saw and did at the NecronomiCon(vention) in August and go over what’s next for the podcast, now that we’re done with Hyperborea. The artist Ruth mentioned was Joe Broers, whose work can be found on his deviantART gallery at this point. The Hyperborean book Tim […]

[continue reading...]

Progress has been made on our next episode, in that it’s actually finally been recorded and is being worked on. But with travel schedules and projects, we’re a bit behind where we’d like to be. Once we get to September, we hope to be back to the minimum of 2/month and possibly an interlude as […]

[continue reading...]

We’ve been having a hell of a time recording the next episode(s). We’re looking forward to doing “Coming of the White Worm” with Michael Bukowski, but scheduling 4 people has been complicated by a power outage one time we tried to record and someone having a bad case of the stomach flu the second time. […]

[continue reading...]

Tagged as:

A transcription is available for this interlude. This week’s mostly announcements and excerpts from some of CAS’s letters! The delay is caused because, excitingly, we were nominated for the Parsec awards for speculative fiction podcasting! The three of us had to listen to most of the old episodes to discover what clip or clips we […]

[continue reading...]

Transcription of this letter excerpt H.P. Lovecraft’s letter to Clark Ashton Smith, Dec. 13 1933 Here is Lovecraft’s response to Smith’s previous letter. Perhaps by way of apology for correcting his friend’s mistake, Lovecraft delves into the fictional Roman history of Averoigne. This letter truly highlights HPL’s talent for verisimilitude and world-building. Read by Tim. Enjoy!

[continue reading...]

Tagged as:

Transcription of the episode Clark Ashton Smith’s letter to H.P. Lovecraft, Dec. 4 1933 While doing research for the show—picture us hunched over dusty books in an old library, a single desk lamp lighting a cavernous room filled with tomes and an aged librarian hovering in the darkness—we stumbled upon a set of letters from Clark […]

[continue reading...]

Tagged as: