This week, we start the Philip Hastane stories and cover “The City of the Singing Flame.” You can read the original in a flipmag viewer or in PDF. You can also check out the Eldritch Dark combined version. There is also a reading on the Eldritch Dark site, but of the combined version.
Next time, we’ll be cover “Beyond the Singing Flame.”
Thanks to our reader, Joe Scalora.
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 is currently reading is Deepest, Darkest Eden, put out by Miskatonic River Press. This episode’s different introduction was composed by Mr. Tyler Crook, artist extraordinaire who will maybe someday read the stories before we talk about them.
Our upcoming story order will be:
Philip Hastane/Singing Flame
- “City of the Singing Flame”
- “Beyond the Singing Flame”
- “Hunters from Beyond”
- “The Devotee of Evil”
- “Music of Death” is a fragment that we’ll likely cover with Devotee
- “Seedlings of Mars”
- “The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis”
- “Dweller in the Gulf” (in the Martian Depths)
In this week’s episode, we close Hyperborea with a story from the, err, “master thief” Satampra Zeiros. That’s right, it’s time for the infamous “Theft of the Thirty-Nine Girdles.”
Join us next time as we reflect on the NecronomiCon conference we all went to at the end of August and go over what stories we’ll be covering next.
We finally present our long-awaited “Coming of the White Worm” episode. Between power failures and illnesses, this was as much a monster to record as it was for Hyperborea. But now we’re recording more and back on track. Our guest is Mike Bukowski, who really does have a fake cult.
Phil’s film Europa Report.
We swear to Tsathoggua that Rumology is a REAL thing.
Join us next time for the final story in Hyperborea “The Theft of the Thirty-Nine Girdles.”
Reader: The Divine Joe Scalora
Music: Kevin MacLeod